ISNA BwD 2012


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ISNA BwD 2012

  1. 1. Integrated Strategic Needs AssessmentStory of Blackburn with Darwen Health and Wellbeing Board 25 January 2012
  2. 2. Big ChallengesEconomic - global recession andeurozone financial crisis will impact onlocal economy for ten yearsSocial – high levels of deprivation anddisadvantageEnvironmental – legacy of industrialpast and ageing high density housingMarmot – detrimental impact on healthover the life course of our citizens
  3. 3. PeopleNow By 2033 55,000 households with small growth of 5.1% to 140,000 people 146,500 Slightly more children Young population – and fewer workers 30% aged 0-19 0-15 – about the same Significant South Asian 33,900 to 34,200 population older people – growth Increasing number of from 15% to 18% of recent migrants populationKey: changing population structure and projectedincrease in older people
  4. 4. Local Economy Global economic restructuring Eurozone market turmoil Impacts of 2008 recession and likely 2012 recession low growth and few additional full time jobs over the next 5-7 years Impacts of public sector cuts on women, families and childrenKey•continuing poverty and deprivation in our mostdisadvantaged communities•inequalities in distribution of unemployment andworklessness
  5. 5. Community High levels of material deprivation Eight neighbourhoods amongst the most deprived 1% nationally Relative deprivation increased between 2007 and 2010 Recession is expected to impact on mental illness, alcohol consumption, household debt, repossessions and homelessnessKey•continuing poverty and deprivation in our mostdisadvantaged communities•Increasing impacts of alcohol on residents healthand communities
  6. 6. Place Compact urban areas set in countryside with steep valley sides Estimated 27,000 properties are non decent and 12,300 with a category 1 hazard Significant rural fringes with basic services Amongst worst authority areas for fuel poverty – 24% of households more than 30 in some neighbourhoodsKey•Poor and unfit housing lacking diverse housingprovision•Fuel poverty
  7. 7. Health and Inequalities
  8. 8. Children and Young People Child poverty –three in ten children, 4 in 10 in Bastwell, Sudell, Wensley Fold and Audley and half in Shadsworth with Whitebirk One in three children overweight – but evidence of low weight for some Teenagers more likely to be frequent consumers of alcohol and one in four smoke More die in their first year than expectedKey•Best start in life – early years and family support•Active and positive choices for children and youngpeople
  9. 9. AdultsIncreasing numbers of older and very old residentsLife expectancy 3 years shorter than nationally and thegap is wideningHigher mortality rates Highest rate of death from circulatory disease Significantly higher death rate from cancerSignificant increase in alcohol related admissions –trebled over last ten yearsDeath rate for chronic liver disease has risen and fasterthan the region or national rateSmoking rates are high with strong social inequalitiesProjected increase in dementia
  10. 10. AdultsKey•work opportunities for current and future workforceat increasing income levels with high quality supportto help all our residents into suitable employment•provide and encourage active and positive choicesfor residents should drive strategic initiatives tosupport active lifestyles•improve the quality and diversity of housing and toreduce levels of unfitness and the numbers of homeswith category 1 hazards•provide flexible packages of care for the increasingnumbers of older and very old residents
  11. 11. Our Assets “look beyond needs to examine how local assets including the community itself can be used to meet identified needs” Key principles from the perspective of the user, the individual or the community culture of working not systems and processes Links and connections between assets can provide the most value Leadership is key develop a ways of working Language is a barrier Local pilots – Little Harwood, Bentham Road, Healthy Living Centre, Sudell Healthy Streets, DementiaKey•integrate the principles of assets based working into the futuredevelopment of Strategic Needs Assessment and the Health andWellbeing Strategy
  12. 12. Integrated Strategic Needs AssessmentStory of Blackburn with Darwen Health and Wellbeing Board 25 January 2012