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Housing and Support for Older People in the Stroud District

29 October 2013 at 17:50

Your opportunity to shape

HOUSING AND SUPPORT FOR OLDER PEOPLE IN STROUD DISTRICT

Stroud Subscription Rooms

7th November 2013

Lunch at 12.30pm

Event Commences 1.15pm – 4.00pm 

Aim of the day:

How can we work together to ensure that we have the right services, for older people, that are high quality, are in the right place, so that our older people can sustain independent living

Facilitators: Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH)
Dress: informal  Contribution: active participation

RSVP:

Please reply to John Bloxsom at 01453 754 146 or john.bloxsom@stroud.gov.uk to confirm your attendance.

Please let us know if you have any requirements about hearing, access or any other requirements to enable you to fully participate

What is Positive Engagement?

Positive Engagement events are rapidly becoming recognised as an effective, and engaging option that enables a wide variety of people to work together to discuss and explore possible ways to improve whatever it is they have chosen to explore.    

Positive Engagement events encourage people to focus on what is currently working well and to use the workshop as an opportunity to begin to build a joint vision of what might realistically be possible for the future in terms of the chosen subject area.

The approach provides a way for everyone involved to identify and celebrate what is already working well, collectively envision the desired future, and identify practical ways to get there.  It has an impressive track record – and has been used all over the world by a wide range of orgainsations, including many local authorities and public sector orgainsations.

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Stonehouse Library Survey Results

09 October 2013 at 16:19

This survey was carried out by Stonehouse Town Council in response to a request from the library serviceto explore the possibility of relocating the library from Elm Road to the Town Hall on the High Street.

The survey ran for 6 weeks from 18 July to the end of August 2013. 162 responses were received (althoughsome people did not answer all the questions). 86 people completed the survey online and 76 completedpaper copies which were available at the Stonehouse library, the Post Office, the Town Hall and in APT.

View the Library Survey Results

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