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Learning disability day services review - Cheshire West and Chester

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You can send us feedback on our ideas for the future of day services through this survey.

This survey takes approximately 15 to 20 minutes to complete.

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About this survey

Cheshire West and Chester Council is redesigning day services for adults aged 18 and over who have a learning disability and/or neurodivergent people, to make sure the service is centred around each person’s individual needs and provides value for money. The future model will help Adult Social Care achieve its vision of building on each person’s own abilities and strengths to enable them to live great lives.  

The Council has been working together with a group of people who currently use day services, or may do in the future, and their family and carers, to develop ideas for how these services could be delivered in the future.  The proposed co-designed model moves away from the traditional building-based model we currently deliver, to a more flexible model based in the community focusing on people's interests and skills.   

We would like to hear your views on these ideas, to make sure they reflect what people want. We are particularly interested in the views of people who have a learning disability and/or neurodivergent people who currently use day services and people who may like to use day services in the future, as well as their families and carers, and organisations that provide day services.  

How to complete this survey

If there are any questions that you do not wish to answer, please feel free to leave them blank.

Completing the survey is voluntary and all the information you provide will be treated in the strictest of confidence. No information will be released that could identify an individual or household. If you would like to know more about how we use and store the information you give us, please read our privacy notice.

Please complete this survey by Wednesday, 8 May 2024.

Council information is also available in audio, Braille, large print or other formats. If you would like a copy in a different format, in another language or require a BSL interpreter, please email, telephone 0300 123 8 123 or textphone 18001 01606 275 757.