Living Well in Staffordshire

Closed 5 Sep 2013

Opened 13 Jun 2013


Conversaton Staffordshire

An ambitious five year plan has been launched to help transform the lives of Staffordshire residents.  The 'Living Well in Staffordshire' strategy aims to focus on prevention, better care in the community, equal access to quality healthcare and addressing the wider factors which impact on health. 

The plan sets out how health and social care can be delivered in the county between now and 2018.  

The plan covers five key areas from birth to supporting residents to live an independent life for as long as possible in their twilight years.  This includes supporting families to be active and eat well, reducing harm from avoidable causes such as alcohol, offering tailored support to help people live independently in the community and investment in dementia care.   

Why your views matter

This is a unique opportunity to fundamentally transform health and improve outcomes for Staffordshire people.  We want to help people make the right choice to lead healthier lives.  This is a once in a lifetime chance to radically overhaul how health and social care is delivered and transform the lives of the county's residents.

We need your views on how to take forward the Living Well in Staffordshire strategy and how we work together with all the residents of Staffordshire to improve health and wellbeing across the county.

This consultation has now closed.  It took place over a 12 week period from 13th June to 5th September 2013.  To keep up to date with the latest information including the results and feedback from the consultation, you can visit the Engaging Communities Staffordshire website below.  You should also be able to access a summary and full versions of the plan. 


  • All Areas


  • Residents
  • All residents
  • General public


  • Adults with Disabilities
  • Adult Health and Well Being
  • Health and Wellbeing
  • Families
  • Children's Health and Wellbeing