Peterborough City Council has taken back responsibility for
adult social care services.
While the city council remained the statutory body responsible
for adult social care, the services have been managed by NHS
Peterborough since 2004 under a Partnership Agreement.
People need care & support for various reasons, such as disability, age, health or perhaps a personal situation they find themselves in.
JSNA describes future health, care and well-being of local populations and a plan of service delivery to help meet peoples needs.
An online directory featuring local companies to help people choose the services they need to help them lead an independent life.
All Local Authorities publish an Annual Local Account to inform residents how their council has delivered adult care services.
The Department of Health requires all Adult Social Care Departments to carry out an annual survey of people using social care services.
The Department of Health is seeking the views and stories of healthcare from people with learning disabilities and family carers.
The group has responsibility for commissioning health services across the country.
Have your say on a new strategy being drawn up by Peterborough City Council, which aims to improve the health and wellbeing of the public.