Consultation Hub

Your Opinions Count! Stockport Clinical Commissioning Group would like to know your views and your health need so that we can continually improve local health services. We believe that local people should be at the heart of decision making.

The purpose of this site is to let patients, carers, staff and members of the public submit their views for consideration when we take important decisions. Below you will find information on upcoming consultations, surveys and events; read what people said about past decisions; and see how we used those views to change our services.

Alternatively, you can contact us directly to give us your views on any aspect of our work.

Please note that this site is for understanding local views. For privacy reasons, please do not submit any health-related questions on this site. If you have a question about your health, please contact your GP Practice or local Pharmacy for support.

Forthcoming Consultations

Closed Consultations

  • 2020 JSNA - Socio-Economic Context

    Every few years Stockport's Health and Wellbeing Board undertakes an in-depth review of health and social care needs in Stockport to inform our strategies and service plans; this is called the Stockport JSNA (Joint Strategic Needs Assessment). More

    Closed 11 February 2020

  • 2020 JSNA - Mortality & Healthy Life Expectancy

    Every few years Stockport's Health and Wellbeing Board undertakes an in-depth review of health and social care needs in Stockport to inform our strategies and service plans; this is called the Stockport JSNA (Joint Strategic Needs Assessment). More

    Closed 11 February 2020

  • 2020 JSNA - Demographics & Population

    Every few years Stockport's Health and Wellbeing Board undertakes an in-depth review of health and social care needs in Stockport to inform our strategies and service plans; this is called the Stockport JSNA (Joint Strategic Needs Assessment). More

    Closed 11 February 2020

  • 2020 JSNA - Long-term Conditions

    Every few years Stockport's Health and Wellbeing Board undertakes an in-depth review of health and social care needs in Stockport to inform our strategies and service plans; this is called the Stockport JSNA (Joint Strategic Needs Assessment). More

    Closed 11 February 2020

  • ASD T&F Group

    A number of meetings were held throughout the year t o implement improved access to the assessment and diagnosis pathway for ASD for 5 16 year olds. More

    Closed 30 January 2020

We Asked, You Said, We Did

Here are some of the issues we have consulted on and their outcomes. See all outcomes

We Asked

To improve access to the assessment and diagnosis pathway for ASD for 5 16 year olds and improve timeliness of assessment and to redesign the 516 years ASD assessment and diagnostic pathway in line with the Pennine Care 7 stage model

You Said

  • Improve access to assessment and diagnosis pathway for ASD and improve the timeliness of the process
  • Improved information for families whilst their children are waiting for assessment and treatment December 2019

We Did

The CCG has developed a performance framework in relation to the SEND commissioning programmes it is leading on. Baselines and trajectories in relation to the ASD assessment and diagnosis pathway have been clarified.

The plan has now been approved and is being mobilised.

Re designed the ASDAT patient information Leaflet

We Asked

We asked for interested service users/carers to become involved in this multi agency bi-monthly mental health advisory group.

You Said

Two volunteers came forward and after further discussion regarding the nature of the group have joined and attended.

We Did

In the three meetings held since joining their contribution has been extremely valuable.  In particular in respect to suicide prevention and crisis pathway development.

We Asked

As Neighbourhood Clinical Commissioner, Steve Bradshaw has indicated an interest and wish to be involved in the development of social prescribing networks. 

You Said

TPA Community Connectors arrange periodic 'Team around the Place' meetings.  These offer the opportunity for local groups/residents to meet and share their values along with what their group can offer as a means of promoting greater local knowledge.

We Did

An example of a positive outcome was that at the Marple meeting it was noticed that there was a clash of meeting times between two groups both of whom would have benefited the same group of attendees.  Therefore one group agreed to change their meeting times.

The overall outcome of all meetings is a better local  knowledge between groups of what is already available and potential gaps.  This will hopefully also then lead to ongoing cooperation and signposting between groups.