Have your way on Lincolnshire's Wellbeing Service

People are being asked for their views about a successful service that helps people stay independent at home.

By The Newsroom
Monday, 10th October 2016, 3:54 pm
Updated Tuesday, 25th October 2016, 8:18 pm

Lincs County Council is continuously looking to improve the Wellbeing Service, which supported more than 5,000 people last year in Lincolnshire.

If you have a view on the service you can complete a survey about any improvements you’d like to see made at www.lincolnshire.gov.uk/wellbeingservice. You don’t have to have used the service before to take part.

Councillor Patricia Bradwell, Executive Councillor for Adult Care and Health at the county council, said: “The Wellbeing Service was a new service when it was set up but has had real success in keeping people out of hospital and helping with a range of issues that could affect health and wellbeing. We are currently looking at how we can make the service even better going forward. We know it’s a valued service, and we’d like to know residents’ views about what’s most important to them.”

The Wellbeing Service offers short-term support to adults to help them live independently, as well as aids and adaptations for people’s homes and a monitoring and response service.