Adult Social Care

Consultations, Surveys and Reports

Community Occupational Therapy Services Consultation

The Isle of Wight Council is seeking the views of island residents who have recently accessed Community Occupational Therapy Services either to support them or someone they are caring for to be able to live independently. We would also like to seek the views of island residents who have been required to attend a mobility assessment in line with the Blue Badge application process.

Your participation in this short survey will help us improve the overall experience of those needing to use Occupational Therapy Services on the Isle of Wight.

The consultation will commence on Friday 13 January 2017 through to midday on Monday 13 February 2017, any surveys completed after this date may not be considered.

To access the survey online please click here.

Paper copies of this survey can be obtained from the Independent Living Centre, 1-2 Bernard Way, Newport, Isle of Wight PO30 5YL.

Please return paper copies to Yvonne Millmore, Commissioning Officer. Ground Floor,  Enterprise House, St Cross Business park, Monks Brook, Newport Isle of Wight. PO30 5WB.

Social Care Survey

The personal social service's adult social care survey is a national exercise carried out on the instruction of the Department of Health and is repeated every year. The survey covers people aged 18 or over who receive long term support services funded wholly or in part by Social Services.

We will use the information from the survey to learn more about whether or not the services are helping people to live safely and independently in their own home and the impact on their quality of life.

To view the 2014/15 survey report for the Isle of Wight, please click here (PDF, 779KB, 31 pages).

Autism Strategy Report

This five year joint strategy has been developed in partnership by the Isle of Wight Council, Isle of Wight Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and the Autism Spectrum Condition (ASC) strategy Writing Group.  The ASC Strategy Writing Group membership comprises parents, carers, adults with autism, Hampshire Autism Society and National Autistic Society.  This strategy is a collaboration between health, social care, education, voluntary sector, people with Autistic Spectrum Condition and their families and carers.

To view the report, please click here (PDF, 414KB, 32 pages).

To view an easy read version please click here (PDF, 2Mb, 16 pages)