What's this about?

The organisations who work with children and families in Stirling are preparing a new plan for how we deliver services over the next 3 years. These services include schools, social work, health visitors, school nurses, police, and many others including voluntary organisations who support children, young people and families. Stirling Council and NHS Forth Valley are jointly responsible for writing the plan and for consulting you about it.

We would like your opinions about our priorities. Your opinions and comments are anonymous and won’t be followed up with you.

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* 1. Stirling should be a great place for children, young people, their families and communities. What would that be like? What is your ambition for Stirling’s children and young people?

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* 2. We have identified 5 areas where we think services could make more of a difference.  Do you think services should do more to support children and young people who are struggling with:

  Yes No Don't know
Not sure
Mental health and emotional wellbeing
The impact of poverty
Child protection
Experience of the care system
Disabilities

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* 3. If you have ticked 'Yes' to any of the above, please tell us why

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* 4. Is there anything else you think would make a real difference to the lives of Stirling’s children, young people and families?

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* 5. Which of these do you think are most important in services for children and young people?
Please choose up to 5.

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* 6. Thinking about the services your children use, to what extent do you feel able to have a say in how services are planned or delivered?

  Plenty of
opportunities
Limited
opportunities
No
opportunities
Don't know
Not sure
One to one
conversation with staff
One to one discussion
with managers (eg head teacher)
Writing to
managers
Completing
surveys
Being in a
focus group

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