Consultation on the future of the respite service at Orchard Close, Hayling Island

Consultation open until

Hampshire County Council is holding a public consultation to seek the views of service users, the public, and other interested stakeholders on proposals to close Orchard Close Respite Service, Hayling Island, with a view to providing more personalised and tailored respite solutions to those people who currently use the service

The proposal is in response to changes in the way people wish to access respite Support. In addition, the age and construction of the building itself means it is unable to accommodate those with complex needs who require intensive support.

The consultation is open from midday on Friday 28 September 2018 to midnight on Friday 21 December 2018.

Note that responses received after this time will not be included in the findings report.

The findings from this consultation will be published and presented to the Executive Member for Adult Social Care and Health on 27 February 2019 for consideration when making their decision on this proposal.

How to have your say

Before giving your views we ask you to read the Orchard Close consultation information document

Read the easy read version of the Orchard Close consultation information document

You are invited to give your views on the proposal to close the respite service at Orchard Close on Hayling Island. You can do this by using the online Response Form.

Complete the Response Formto give us your views

If you require a paper copy of the Information Pack or the Response Form, or if you have any queries about the consultation, please contact AS.Consultation@hants.gov.uk or call: 01962 847267.*

You can also email your response directly to Hampshire County Council using the email address AS.Consultation@hants.gov.uk

This Information Pack and the Response Form are available in other formats such as easy read, large print, audio and Braille. To obtain an alternative format, please email Hampshire County Council at: AS.Consultation@hants.gov.uk or call: 01962 847267.*

* Calls from a landline will be charged at the local rate, although mobile phone charges may vary.

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