JSNA events

Special educational needs and disabilities JSNA 2018

SEND joint strategic needs assessment (JSNA) scoping event

Wednesday 6 June 2018. 9.30am -12.00pm, Savoy Suite 1, County Hall, Preston

Every year Lancashire County Council's Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) team and partners undertake a small number of thematic JSNAs. This year Lancashire's Health and Wellbeing Board has requested a refresh/expansion of the 2013 SEND JSNA. While some of the recommendations from the 2013 SEND analysis are still relevant, an updated JSNA will reflect the current SEND situation in Lancashire. It will influence the priorities for commissioners, policy makers and other people working with children and young people.

We are looking to work with key strategic partners to develop this project and we would like to invite you to a scoping event so you can have your say on shaping the JSNA. If you would like to attend please reply to businessintelligence.jsna@lancashire.gov.uk as soon as possible as places will be limited. Registration for the event will close at 5pm on Friday 25th May. If you require any adjustments to allow you to fully participate in the event, please let us know. 

Eye health JSNA 2018

Eye health joint strategic needs assessment (JSNA) scoping event

Thursday 21 June 2018, 1.30 – 4.00pm, County Hall, Preston

Every year Lancashire County Council's JSNA team and partners undertake a small number of thematic JSNAs. This year Lancashire's Health and Wellbeing Board has requested a JSNA around eye health. In conjunction with partners including Galloway's Society for the Blind, the JSNA will be undertaken across the Lancashire and Cumbria Sustainability and Transformation Partnership (STP) footprint, with additional reporting at a local level. It will also include engagement with those living with a visual impairment. It aims to provide a better understanding of the impact of visual impairment and will produce a set of prioritised recommendations for commissioners, policy makers, organisations working with people with a visual impairment, and others with an interest in this area.

We are looking to work with key strategic partners to develop this project and we would like to invite you to a scoping event so you can have your say on shaping the JSNA. 

If you would like to attend please email: businessintelligence.jsna@lancashire.gov.uk as soon as possible as places will be limited. Registration for the event will close at 5pm on Friday 1 June and we will let you know if a place has been reserved for you by Wednesday 6 June. If you require any adjustments to allow you to fully participate in the event, please let us know.

 

JSNA showcase 2017

The joint strategic needs assessment showcase took place on Wednesday 12 July at County Hall, Preston, and was attended by over 100 partners from a range of sectors. The event was opened by Lancashire's director of public health and wellbeing, Dr Sakthi Karunanithi and we also welcomed our guest speaker Kerry Galloway from Healthwatch Lancashire and Healthwatch Blackpool.

There was feedback and interactive demonstrations on the neighbourhood intelligence and working-age population JSNAs, plus discussions on how to take these projects forward. Kerry's presentation looked at the role of Healthwatch and how the organisation is using the JSNA in its work. All the presentations were well received and are available to view below. Please also visit our neighbourhood intelligence and working-age population pages for further information around these projects.

Presentations

If you have any comments, please contact us at: businessintelligence.jsna@lancashire.gov.uk

Working-age population prioritisation event

The WAP prioritisation event took place on Tuesday 25 April at County Hall, Preston. Thirty four stakeholders attended, giving their valuable insight and expertise on the emerging recommendations and providing feedback on how the findings should be presented.  

Partners working on the recommendations  Partners considering the findings

The recommendations focus around healthy people, with an emphasis on healthy lifestyles, skills development, support for long-term conditions and health in the workplace.

The final report is available on the working-age population page.

JSNA showcase 2016

The joint strategic needs assessment (JSNA) showcase took place on Monday 17 October at County Hall, Preston. We welcomed 115 partners to the event and had an informative morning showcasing the new Lancashire Insight webpages, as well as developing the working-age population JSNA and the neighbourhood intelligence JSNA.

Page updated May 2018