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SEND JSNA

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The purpose of this Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) is to assess the current and future health and social care needs of children and young people with a special educational need including a learning difficulty and/or disability (SEND). This SEND JSNA will focus on the 0-25 years population The purpose of a JSNA is to identify ways to improve the health and wellbeing of the local population and reduce inequalities for all ages. This JSNA has collected data and information from a range of sources including national and local datasets. Its aim is to gain a better understanding of the current and future health and care needs of the SEND population to inform and guide the planning and commissioning of health, well-being and care services within Tameside & Glossop. This JSNA should inform any future strategies, action plans and outcomes frameworks that instigate system change and improvements in the outcomes of our 0-25 years SEND population.

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Ward Wellbeing Profile – Ashton Waterloo

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This ward profile gives an introduction to the characteristics of the area, and demonstrates how many of Ashton Waterloo's key attributes compare to the rest of Tameside.

Ward Wellbeing Profile – Stalybridge North

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This ward profile gives an introduction to the characteristics of the area, and demonstrates how many of Stalybridge North's key attributes compare to the rest of Tameside.

Suicide Prevention Strategy for Tameside & Glossop 2019/2023

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This suicide prevention strategy describes our vision to reduce suicides in Tameside and Glossop its aim 'that no-one will see suicide as a solution'. Our strategy is intended to stimulate a social movement for change in the way we think and act in relation to suicides and suicide prevention. This suicide prevention strategy forms part of an overarching approach for mental health in Greater Manchester and in Tameside and Glossop.

Health Profile Tameside 2018

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This profile gives a picture of people’s health in Tameside. It is designed to help local government and health services understand their community’s needs, so that they can work together to improve people’s health and reduce health inequalities.

Labour Market profile High Peak

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This profile produced by NOMIS brings together data from several sources. It describes Employment, unemployment, qualification and labour market outcomes.

Labour Market Profile for Tameside 2018

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This profile produced by NOMIS brings together data from several sources. It describes Employment, unemployment, qualification and labour market outcomes.

Population Demographics

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This report looks at the population demographics of Tameside and Tameside and Glossop. It goes into detail about the different characteristics that make up our population such as age, gender, ethnicity and health outcomes of the resident and registered population.

Early Help Needs Assessment

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This report is part of the JSNA products. It is a needs assessment on 'Early Help', which means taking action to support a child, young person or their family as soon as a problem emerges. It can be required at any stage in a child's life, from pre-birth to adulthood, and applies to any problem or need that the family can't deal with alone. This needs assessment highlights the key outcomes and concerns for children and young people in Tameside.

SEND Needs Assessment

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Alcohol Needs Assessment

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