What would you do?

The NHS in Blackpool is changing, and it needs your help. 

The Government is investing an extra £20bn a year in the NHS until 2023. You can help decide how that money should be spent in your local NHS.

What would you do to make the NHS better in Blackpool? How would you make it easier for people to take control of their own health and wellbeing? What would you do to make support better for people with long-term conditions?

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Now is the time to share your ideas and experiences to help make local health services better for everyone in Blackpool. #WhatWouldYouDo 

With growing pressure on the NHS – people living longer, more people living with long-term conditions, and lifestyle choices affecting people’s health – changes are needed to make sure everybody gets the support they need.

The NHS has produced a Long Term Plan, setting out all the things it wants health services to do better for people across the country. Now your local NHS needs to hear from you about what those changes should look like in your community.

The Long Term Plan sets out what the NHS wants to do better, including making it easier for people to access support closer to home and via technology, doing more to help people stay well, and providing better support for people with cancer, mental health conditions, heart and lung diseases, long-term conditions, such as diabetes and arthritis, learning disabilities and autism, and for people as they get older and experience conditions such as dementia.

Your local NHS needs to hear from you about what it should do to make care better for your community.  

  • How would you help people live healthier lives?
  • What would make health services better?
  • How would you make it easier for people to take control of their own health and wellbeing?
  • What would you do to make support better for people with long-term conditions?

Take part in a short survey ow.ly/7jut30oexQt today and tell us what you would do to improve your local services.

We also want to hear how support for people with specific conditions such as cancer and autism can be better in the future, have your say here ow.ly/pzzD30obnbY