If it matters to you, it matters to us…

Better Lives1What does having a ‘better life’ in Leeds mean to you? Is it about getting some support to get out-and-about and meet people? Or making sure that loved ones are safe when no-one else is around? Or is it a little help to manage a condition better at home?
Whatever it is, you can help to shape your city to get the best from it now and in the future.

Here at Leeds City Council, we want Leeds to be the ‘best city in the UK’ for anyone with social care needs – a city which offers people the best support available to maintain their health and wellbeing long into the future.  It’s all part of our commitment to people in the city and it’s called ‘Better Lives for People in Leeds’.

But it’s not just about what ‘we’ think that matters. Last year, we asked people around Leeds what ‘better lives’ means to them. Click here to see what they told us.

We want to continue sharing your thoughts and experiences so we can further improve our services for generations to come.

Tell us what you think by commenting below or email us at ASC.comms@leeds.gov.uk

To find out more about how we’re making this vision a reality, you can also watch:

Better lives through enterprise – working with local groups and organisations to provide a wealth of care options for people in Leeds

Working together to improve health and social care services in Leeds

Better Lives for People in Leeds – the future direction

About betterlivesleeds

Health, social and age-related care services working together to make Leeds the best city for health and wellbeing
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