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Health and wellbeing

A joined up approach to Health and Care that encourages people to take responsibility for their own health and plan for their future, so that support can be given to those who really need it is a top priority for Staffordshire County Council.

The health and wellbeing of an individual is influenced by a range of factors including lifestyles, life choices and wider factors such as employment, education, housing and transport.

The Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) is the key health and wellbeing publication in Staffordshire.  It brings together a suite of products on a range of topics, including views of residents, and provides a robust evidence base of key health and wellbeing needs across the county.

Did you know?

  • In 2018-20, life expectancy in Staffordshire was 79.3 years for men and 83.1 years for women.

  • In 2017-19, healthy life expectancy was 61.5 years for men and 63.8 years for women

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