Social Prescribing in Surrey: Citizen Engagement

Introduction

Having reviewed the attached video, we would like to ask you some basic questions about your views regarding social prescribing and the proposals for the county.

On a scale of 1-10, with 10 being high, in your opinion which are the most important outcomes for social prescribing in Surrey?

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* 1. On a scale of 1-10, with 10 being high, in your opinion which are the most important outcomes for social prescribing in Surrey?

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Improving your well-being
Keep you independent and resilient
Access to the right care, at the right time, in the right place, Reducing costs
Access to the right care, at the right time, in the right place, Reducing A&E attendances
Access to the right care, at the right time, in the right place, Reducing GP attendances
Building and using community and voluntary services better
Other
On a scale of 1-10, with 10 being high, which of the following needs are important to you?

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* 2. On a scale of 1-10, with 10 being high, which of the following needs are important to you?

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Emotional and social well-being (e.g. social isolation and loneliness, low mood, social activities, transport and access to social engagement)
Support for lower level mental health and well-being including depression and anxiety
Supporting healthy lifestyles (stopping smoking, exercise physical activity, dietary well-being, reducing alcohol consumption and active ageing)
Skills and job roles (e.g. training, volunteering and moving towards employment)             
Specialist advice on financial and debt management
Carer and carer support
Support for children, family and parenting
Support for someone who has recently fallen or is at risk of falling            
Support for someone who has recently fallen or is at risk of falling            
Other
On a scale of 1-10, with 10 being high, which of the following needs are important to your family?

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* 3. On a scale of 1-10, with 10 being high, which of the following needs are important to your family?

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Emotional and social well-being (e.g. social isolation and loneliness, low mood, social activities, transport and access to social engagement)
Support for lower level mental health and well-being including depression and anxiety
Supporting healthy lifestyles (stopping smoking, exercise physical activity, dietary wellbeing, reducing alcohol consumption and active ageing)
Skills and job roles (e.g. training, volunteering and moving towards employment)
Specialist advice on financial and debt management       
Carer and carer support
Support for children, family and parenting
Support for someone who has recently fallen or is at risk of falling
Access to mainstream health and social care provision
Other
Social prescribing is the term used nationally to describe these forms of interventions that support health and well-being, do you feel this is an appropriate term for this service in Surrey?

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* 4. Social prescribing is the term used nationally to describe these forms of interventions that support health and well-being, do you feel this is an appropriate term for this service in Surrey?

How would you feel about being referred to a community support organisation to get advice and guidance and support your non-medical health needs?

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* 5. How would you feel about being referred to a community support organisation to get advice and guidance and support your non-medical health needs?

Initially social prescribing will be based on referrals from medical practitioners (GP, nurse practitioners, nursing staff, statutory service providers {incl. social services, education etc}). Through these referrals you will see a link worker/well-being adviser or sent directly to a social prescribing service provider. How do you feel about this and what are your hopes and expectations of this kind of referral process?

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* 6. Initially social prescribing will be based on referrals from medical practitioners (GP, nurse practitioners, nursing staff, statutory service providers {incl. social services, education etc}). Through these referrals you will see a link worker/well-being adviser or sent directly to a social prescribing service provider. How do you feel about this and what are your hopes and expectations of this kind of referral process?

Do you have any concerns about the social prescribing approach in Surrey?  If so can you explain these below:

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* 7. Do you have any concerns about the social prescribing approach in Surrey?  If so can you explain these below:

Which of the following boroughs/districts do you live in?

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* 8. Which of the following boroughs/districts do you live in?

What is your Gender

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* 9. What is your Gender

Which age banding do you fit into:

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* 10. Which age banding do you fit into:

Do you consider yourself to have a disability?

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* 11. Do you consider yourself to have a disability?

If yes which of the following apply to you?

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* 12. If yes which of the following apply to you?

What is your Ethnicity?

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* 13. What is your Ethnicity?

Can you tell us something about the work you do? Are you:

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* 14. Can you tell us something about the work you do? Are you:

If you want to have further information please provide your contact details below (NB your data will be held by the council and will be treated in confidence and will reflect the data protection commitments of the council and will meet GDPR Compliance)

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* 15. If you want to have further information please provide your contact details below (NB your data will be held by the council and will be treated in confidence and will reflect the data protection commitments of the council and will meet GDPR Compliance)

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