Locality Planning Group Members Survey

 

As many of you will be aware in 2018 CYPSP started to carry out the first survey of our Locality Planning Group members, with the plan to make it a biennial survey. The response to 2018 survey was fantastic, and gave us lots of feedback on the LPG process, which the members of the Partnership and Outcomes Group found really useful. The info graphics of the responses are available on the website .

We had hoped to carry out this year’s survey in March but with the circumstances at the time decided it was best to hold it back until now.

It would be great if you could spare a few minutes out of your time to click on the link below and complete the survey. https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/VYYF7F7

The survey will be open until 26 August.

If you have any queries about the survey or have any issues with the link please do not hesitate to get in contact with una.casey@hscni.net

Belfast Resilience Strategy

Please be advised that there is a short extension to the closing date for the consultation on the draft Belfast Resilience Strategy. The closing date is now Wednesday 17th June.

The consultation can be viewed here https://yoursay.belfastcity.gov.uk/chief-executives/rmclbelfast-resilience-strategy/ and we would encourage you to make a response if you have not already done so.  Also attached: –

Belfast Resilience Strategy Draft Document

Belfast Resilience Strategy Survey Questions

 

Belfast Resilience Strategy

The Belfast Resilience Strategy is focused on future proofing the city and supporting the transition to an inclusive, climate resilient, low carbon economy. Join us as we host a series of community engagement workshops discussing the draft Belfast Resilience Strategy. To register book a free place on Eventbrite at one on the workshops in your area: –

West

Belfast Resilience Strategy, Falls Local Discussion

Belfast Resilience Strategy, Lower Shankill Local Discussion

East

Belfast Resilience Strategy, Short Strand Local Discussion

Belfast Resilience Strategy, Inner East Belfast Local Discussion

South

Belfast Resilience Strategy, Markets Local Discussion

Belfast Resilience Strategy, Donegal Pass Local Discussion

Belfast Resilience Strategy, Lower Ormeau Local Discussion

North

Belfast Resilience Strategy, Tiger’s Bay Local Discussion

Belfast Resilience Strategy, New Lodge Local Discussion

 

Review of Allied Health Professional Services for Children with Sensory Impairments – online survey now open

The Public Health Agency is carrying out a review of the services of the Allied Health Professions (AHPs) for children with visual, hearing or multisensory impairments up to 18 years-old*.

PHA would be grateful to hear from you if you are:

  • a young person with a hearing and/or visual impairment (up to 18-years-old)
  • the parent or carer of a young person with a hearing and/or visual impairment
  • a professional working with children and young people with hearing and/or visual   impairment

 Please could you share the link below with your networks, the survey will be open until Friday 14th February.

https://consultations.nidirect.gov.uk/hsc-public-health-agency/children-with-sensory-impairments-review-of-the-se/consult_view

Word versions of all three surveys are linked below.

http://www.cypsp.hscni.net/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/FOR-PROFESSIONALS-Review-of-AHP-services_children-with-sensory-impairments_280120.docx

http://www.cypsp.hscni.net/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/FOR-PARENTS_CARERS-Review-of-AHP-services_children-with-sensory-impairments_280120.docx

http://www.cypsp.hscni.net/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/CYP_Review-of-AHP-services_children-with-sensory-impairments_280120.docx

These can be filled in online or printed and completed, and returned either by email or by post to:

Jenny Kirkwood, Ground floor office, 12-22 Linenhall St, Belfast, BT2 8BS

If you require the survey in any other format please contact Jenny.

*Please note: for the purposes of this survey we are using the term ‘hearing impairment’ to refer to all types of hearing loss and deafness from mild to profound. We are using the term ‘visual impairment’ to refer to people who are partially sighted and who are blind.