JSNA events

JSNA showcase 2019

The joint strategic needs assessment annual showcase will be taking place on 1 April 2019 at County Hall, Preston. The annual showcase is always well attended by a range of professionals from different sectors and provides an excellent networking opportunity.

At this year's event we welcome guest speakers Sakthi Karunanithi (Lancashire County Council), Sally Richardson (Lancashire County Council) and Stuart Clayton (Galloway's Society for the Blind). We will be presenting the findings from the special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) and eye health JSNAs. Alongside this we will be introducing the projects we will be working on for the next 12 months. 

This event is free to attend and is aimed at commissioners, decision makers and service providers from health, care and related sectors. Places are limited so if you are interested in attending this event, please book early.

Eventbrite - JSNA annual showcase 2019 

Special educational needs and disabilities JSNA 2018

The SEND prioritisation event took place on 4 December 2018 at County Hall, Preston. The event was well attended by a wide range of partners and their insight and expertise will help to shape the priority issues and recommendations for the JSNA. The recommendations focus around deprivation, education, health and social care and how a joint approach to tackle the issues  will improve the experiences of children and young people with SEND. Please see the presentation and conference report below for further information.

  • Presentation - Dr Sally Richardson, principal educational psychologist and Gemma Jones, JSNA manager, both Lancashire County Council
  • Conference report

The SEND scoping event took place on 6 June 2018 at County Hall, Preston, where nearly 40 stakeholders attended, giving their expertise and input around SEND from their perspective. We now have a clearer focus on developing the project and we look forward to working with our key partners to accomplish a comprehensive and relevant SEND JSNA. Please see the presentation and workshop feedback notes below for further information:

  • Presentation - Dr Sally Richardson, principal educational psychologist and Gemma Jones, JSNA manager, both Lancashire County Council
  • Workshop feedback

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

Eye health JSNA 2018

The eye health prioritisation event took place on 28 November 2018 at County Hall, Preston. The event was well attended by a wide range of partners and their insight and expertise will help to shape the priority issues and recommendations for the JSNA. The recommendations focus around prevention and protection, information and advice, services, data collection and how improving these area will tackle inequalities and lead to a better quality of life for people with sight loss. Please see the presentation and conference report below for further information. 

The eye health scoping event took place on 21 June 2018 at County Hall, Preston. A wide range of partners from visual impairment and sight loss backgrounds provided their expertise and input to the workshops. The key strategic partners are now working together to shape the eye health JSNA and manage the next steps. Please see the presentation and workshop feedback notes below for further information.

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

JSNA showcase 2017

The joint strategic needs assessment showcase took place on Wednesday 12 July 2017 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

Page updated January 2019