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People live active and healthy lifestyles

people live active and healthy lifestyles

Local people have healthy lifestyles and can access good leisure and recreational facilities.

Care services focus on prevention, early help, physical and emotional health and well being and promoting independence.

Measures of success

The key measures of success are that: 

  • numbers of adults and young people participating in leisure and sport has increased
  • Coral Reef is redeveloped
  • comprehensive public health programmes aimed at adults and young people, including smoking cessation, weight management and sexual health are in place
  • personal choices available to allow people to live at home are increased
  • preventative activities such as falls prevention are increased
  • integration of council and health services care pathways for long term conditions is increased
  • accessibility and availability of mental health services for young people and adults is improved
  • learning opportunities are available for adults

Performance indicators

The performance indicators are the:

  • number of visits to leisure facilities
  • attendances for junior courses in leisure
  • number of lifelines installed, moved to strong, safe, supportive and self reliant communities
  • percentage of lifelines calls handled in 60 seconds, moved to strong, safe, supportive and self reliant communities
  • number of adults with learning disabilities in paid employment
  • proportion of people using social care who receive direct payments
  • number of adult social care records using the NHS number as the single identifier
  • number of young people who engage with services offering emotional and mental health support for children and young people including KOOTH, Youthline and related support
  • number of individual clients attending Youthline sessions 
  • length of time young people are waiting to access counselling services including KOOTH, Youthline and related support
  • number of adult learners (over 19s) who have taken part in community learning over the previous academic year
  • number of community groups worked with by Public Health to develop their support to local residents - new for 2017/18
  • number of people accessing online Public Health services via the Public Health portal - new for 2017/18
  • number of people actively engaged with Public Health social media channels - new for 2017/18