Consultation on The Reform of Adult Social Care

25th May 2022

Adult social care describes the activities, services and relationships that help us to live an independent, healthy and inclusive life. It is available to any adult with eligible needs who requires assistance due to disability, vulnerability, illness, incapacity or old age, and is designed to promote independence, social inclusion, safeguarding and wellbeing’.

Adult Social Care is a vital part of our Health and Social Care System. The pandemic has shone a light on the invaluable role social care plays in people’s lives and it also revealed the many challenges faced in provision and the need to reform our social care system.

The Department is seeking your views on the consultation paper regarding the Reform of the Adult Social Care System in Northern Ireland.

More information: Consultation on The Reform Of Adult Social Care | Department of Health (health-ni.gov.uk)

In addition to the consultation survey, The Patient Client Council in partnership with the Department of Health would like to invite you to one of the following virtual engagement sessions:

  • Wednesday 8th June at 2pm-4pm

Should you have any queries, please contact Ann-Marie Doone on ann-marie.doone@pcc-ni.net or 028 9536 8093

Registration closed.

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