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Can you help us develop our draft strategy for adult social care in Kent?
Following on from our early discussion workshops at the beginning of the year with members of the public, we’d like to carry on the conversation and ask what’s important to people we support, families, carers and our partners in adult social care.
How will my views be taken forward?
These are co-production workshops, and your thoughts will contribute to the initial development of a draft five year strategy for adult social care.
Is this a public consultation?
No, not yet. We want to get people involved as early as possible. This work is at its development stage, so that our stakeholders have the opportunity to test and shape our thinking. There will be a consultation later this year.
Who should attend?
We’d like to hear from people from all backgrounds in Kent aged 18 and over. Workshops are also open to members of community groups.
Join one of our online Zoom workshops in August*
- 2pm – 4pm Wednesday 11 August
- 10am – 12 midday Thursday 12 August
- 10am – 12 midday Friday 13 August
(*Dates and times may change subject to demand)
Why get involved?
If you’re curious about what social care is, interested in the future of social care or have had a recent experience of accessing support in Kent, please join us to share your views .
Register your interest at email@example.com with your name, area of interest within social care, organisation (if applicable) and the date of the workshop you’d like to attend.
For more information or to request this in an alternative format, call the Stakeholder Engagement team on 03000 416 127
Continuing the conversation
We know that not everyone can join us online. If you run a local voluntary group or charity, let us know if you would like us to attend one of your own virtual or face-to-face meetings.
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Visit kent.gov.uk to find out more. You can also pick up a leaflet in our libraries.