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Re-imagining Norfolk - Community Action Norfolk's consultation response

Community Action Norfolk's consultation response to the Norfolk County Council Re-imagining Norfolk consultation process

Hearing Loss Consulation

Impact Consultancy and Research are currently carrying out a consultation on behalf of Action on Hearing Loss. 

Norfolk County Council Re-imagining Budget Consultation ends 14th January

Re-imagining Norfolk is Norfolk County Council’s strategy to change the way it delivers services.  This sees the council focusing on meeting residents' needs at the earliest possible point, achieving best value, and becoming even more efficient  – in order to  concentrate available funding to deliver improvements for citizens of the future.

Reimagining Years 2 & 3 Discussion

Details and an agenda for the Reimagining Services Years 2 & 3 event on Weds 25th November, from 10.00am-4.00pm at The King's Centre, Norwich.  

Developing relationships and sharing information with the Care Quality Commission

Please complete this survey to help the Care Quality Commission (CQC) learn more about how the voluntary and community sector can help them share information about their work and gather evidence and intelligence from their priority population groups.

Social Care Providers: Do you make or contribute to decisions about the future direction of your business?

Social Care Provider opinions are needed to inform Norfolk County Council's, Adult Social Services Market Position Statement for 2016/18.

Save the Dates - VCSE & NCC Re-imagining Norfolk

Community Action Norfolk and Momentum (Norfolk) are working with Norfolk County Council to ensure the Voluntary Community and Social Enterprise (VCSE) sector effectively engage in Norfolk County Council's Re-imagining programme and budget proposals. We will be publishing more details shortly but in the meantime please put these dates in your diary.

Norfolk Charities working together for their communities

The Norfolk Specialist Partnership (NSP) is to hand over its work to Community Action Norfolk and Momentum (Norfolk) as charity leaders across the County work more closely together. 

Norfolk County Council's Hate Crime Survey

Norfolk County Council has a legal responsibility under the Equality Act 2010 to have due regard to eliminating discrimination, harassment and victimisation, advancing equality of opportunity and fostering good relations between people.  They have created a short survey to inform the future strategy in tackling hate/mate incidents in all its forms going forward.

Expressions of Interest Invited to review the Transitions Service

Could you help to review a project for young adult carers' in Norfolk? 

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