Hampshire County Council’s research for looking after elderly

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HAMPSHIRE County Council is conducting a listening exercise to find out more about helping older people live independently in their own homes.

Opinions from members of the public will help set key priorities in the next Ageing Well in Hampshire strategy, which will be published in April 2014.

The strategy aims to improve the wellbeing of older residents by addressing their needs.

People and organisations can tell the county council their views by visiting hants.gov.uk/ageingwell-hampshire, download a copy of the questionnaire and then returning to the freepost address provided, or by requesting a paper copy of the questionnaire, emailing wellbeing@hants.gov.uk or calling 01962 847982.

Contributions should be received by Monday, December 2.

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