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Overview

The whole life disability strategy is a set of principles and actions that will underpin the way the county council works with families, communities and partners to meet the needs of people with physical or learning disabilities, autism, and sensory impairments. 

Following on from our engagement on the first draft of the strategy, we have now reflected some comments and suggestions in the revised version. Our cabinet approved it on 21 June 2018.

The cabinet paper, revised strategy and appendices are all available.

Whole life disability strategy 2018-2023 (british sign language version)

 

Whole life disability strategy 2018-2013 (audio version)

 

We received more than 600 comments throughout the engagement process, both face to face and online. These have been grouped into themes. This feedback can be found in the following document:

You can also download the presentation used:

Every comment we received has been individually recorded and responded to.

Request the document

If you wish to view a copy of this document, please contact: wholelifedisability@staffordshire.gov.uk

Alternative formats

If you require a copy of the draft strategy in an alternative format, please contact us:

Email:  wholelifedisability@staffordshire.gov.uk

Phone: 0300 111 8000

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