The consultation will close on 9th September 2019 and it’s an important consultation for carers to respond to.
Are you a carer of someone using drugs or alcohol services in South Gloucestershire? Please see below information on how you can have an input into the local Alcohol Strategy.
A national consultation is now open about government’s intention to increase the provision of Changing Places toilets, about whether this should be a mandatory requirement in building regulations and for which types of buildings/public spaces.
It’s important for carers to have a say about this consultation which closes on 2nd May.
The Government has unveiled its proposals for all health and care staff in England to get autism training.
The draft version of South Gloucestershire’s Early Help Strategy for Children, Young People & Families (2019-2024) sets out proposed principles, intentions and areas of focus for the council and partner organisations. It is currently being consulted on.
The draft version of South Gloucestershire’s Early Help Strategy for Children, Young People & Families (2019-2024) is being consulted on. This strategy will affect parent carers and young carers in South Gloucestershire.
The public consultation for the South Gloucestershire Suicide Prevention Strategy 2019-2021 is now open. The closing date for responses is the February 1st, 2019.
The “Balancing Bristol’s Budget 2019-20” consultation was launched today. The consultation aims to gather views on options for the level of Council Tax from April 2019. The consultation is open until midnight on Monday 17 December.
We all need to get from A to B. Transport plays a big part of all of our daily lives. The draft Bristol Transport Strategy sets out Bristol City Council’s vision and ambition for transport up to 2036.
UPDATE 25/09/18: This important consultation was the main topic for the Bristol carers open meeting on 19 September.
Earlier in the year, we were contacted by Bristol North Somerset and South Gloucestershire (BNSSG) Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) about their consultation on Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT).
Healthwatch South Gloucestershire acts as a consumer champion for both patients and the public.
South Gloucestershire Council is consulting on a proposed Healthy Lifestyle and Wellbeing service that supports people to improve their health by modifying the five leading risk factors that contribute to early death and reduced quality of life.
Bristol City Council has a statutory responsibility to provide a range of short breaks (previously known as respite).
A personal health budget is an amount of money to support someone’s health and wellbeing needs, which is planned and agreed between them and their local NHS team.
Bristol City Council has drafted a City Centre Framework document for consultation. The Framework sets out aspirations for how people access and move around the city centre. It also covers new development and enhancing public spaces, with a focus on Bristol Shopping Quarter, Old City, Castle Park, North Redcliffe and the gateway into the city from the M32.
Pop-up exhibitions to raise awareness of the consultation are planned as follows:
- 20 April – St Nicholas Night Market, St Nicholas Market, Glass Arcade, Corn Street 2pm to 5pm
- 23 April – Citizen Service Point, 100 Temple Street 10am to 1pm
- 28 April – Junction 3 Library, Baptist Mills Court, Easton 3.30pm to 6.30pm
- 3 May – Central Library foyer, Deanery Road (TBC)
Learn more about the consultation here.
Bristol City Council is consulting on its priorities for its Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND Strategy). This consultation closes on 25 May.
The Bristol Safeguarding Adults Board is currently writing the safeguarding adults strategic plan for 2018-2021.
This is an important strategy to feed your views into. There is an online survey which can be accessed by clicking here, it just takes a few minutes to fill out.