People are being asked from today (Monday, 16th December) for their views on a draft strategy promoting well-being and opportunity across Leicestershire.
The strategy has been developed by the county council's adults and communities department, which delivers library, heritage, adult learning and adult social care services.
Its united aim is to bring together adult social care, community and wellbeing and adult learning services to provide and commission high-quality services which enrich the lives of individuals, families and communities.
It also builds on the current adult social care, adult learning and community and wellbeing service strategies.
The ambition at the heart of our strategy is to improve wellbeing and opportunity for the people and communities of Leicestershire - this includes helping them to lead happier, more prosperous, connected and fulfilled lives while having a sense of meaning and purposeRichard Blunt, cabinet member for adult social care
The council wants to hear views on the draft as it will help to shape the final strategy and ensure that it delivers for residents in the coming years.
For further information and to complete the questionnaire visit www.leicestershire.gov.uk/delivering-wellbeing , you can email ASCengage@leics.gov.uk or call 0116 305 0232.
The strategy is also available in EasyRead format and the deadline for completing the questionnaire is 22 March 2020.