Slough Wellbeing Board has produced a refreshed Wellbeing Strategy for 2016-2020 which focuses on the areas it plans to make a significant difference to the health and wellbeing of the residents of Slough.
The Strategy was developed following a review of the 2013-2016 Strategy and after a renewal of the borough’s Joint Strategic Needs Assessment in 2016.
It will be used to prioritise and underpin the work of Slough’s Wellbeing Board.
The Slough Story gives a brief overview of the demography and needs of Slough.
An important source of local information is the Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA).
The Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment (PNA) provides a detailed assessment of Slough’s pharmaceutical needs and services.
One of the key roles of Public Health is to provide good quality information on the health needs of local people to assist local organisations in providing or commissioning services for local people.
Directors of Public Health are responsible for producing annual reports on the health of the local population which contain recommendations for improving health. In Slough, a themed approach has been taken.
Slough Wellbeing Board helps oversee the borough’s Better Care Fund (BCF). The BCF is a pooled budget between the Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and Slough Borough Council to support the integration of health and social care services, so people can manage their own health and wellbeing and live independently in their communities for as long as possible. It aims to improve the lives of some of the most vulnerable people in society, placing them at the centre of their care and support with integrated health and social care support, resulting in improved experience and better quality of life.
Slough Wellbeing Board works hard to ensure the following protocols are relevant and are reviewed and updated regularly.
If you have any questions or comments about any of these protocols please email email@example.com
The Overarching Information Sharing Protocol aim is to facilitate more effective data sharing across Slough where it is needed to improve service delivery or to enable partner organisation to respond quickly to customer needs.
It shows which organisations have signed up to it and briefly summarises their main roles and responsibilities.
It also sets out common standards (including the use the Information Sharing agreements, where appropriate) to make sure shared information is managed consistently and securely.
This Protocol sets out the distinct roles and responsibilities of the Slough Wellbeing Board, Slough Local Safeguarding Children’s Board, Slough Adults Safeguarding Board, Safer Slough Partnership, the Preventing Violent Extremism Group and the Joint Parenting Panel and the interrelationships between them in terms of safeguarding the people of Slough and the means by which effective co-ordination and coherence between the Boards will be secured.
This Protocol sets out the respective roles and statutory responsibilities of the Slough Wellbeing Board, Healthwatch Slough and the council’s Health Scrutiny Panel and provides a framework for handling key issues and information between them in light of their individual functions.