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Suffolk through a child's eyes

Posted by on 24 June 2019

Public health are looking for feedback from people aged under 25 who live in Suffolk!

Each year public health write a report and the topic varies. This year the focus of the the report is children and young people in Suffolk and what Suffolk looks like through a child's eyes'.

If we really want to understand Suffolk through a child’s eyes, we need to collect information from children and young people in Suffolk. This is where we need your help!

Public health want to ask children and young people about their views on the 4 topics that the report will be structured around:

  1. Friends and Family
  2. Feelings
  3. Fit and Healthy
  4. Future Hopes and Dreams

Make your voice heard by taking this short survey and sharing it with other children and young people: https://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/SuffolkEyes2019/

The survey will take between 5-10 minutes and closes on 2 August 2019. All responses are anonymous and will be collated to capture the themes arising from the feedback received.

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About the public health report:

Each year, the Director of Public Health for Suffolk has a responsibility to produce an Annual Public Health Report. The topic of the report varies each year. You can view previous reports here: www.healthysuffolk.org.uk/jsna/annual-public-health-report 
This year, the focus of the report is children and young people in Suffolk, and what Suffolk looks like through a ‘child’s eyes’. The findings from this survey will be included in a short report alongside the data and intelligence we have. We will also produce a short video to accompany the report.
The report will inform what we can do collectively to maintain what is good about growing up in Suffolk, as well as looking at ways in which we can improve – where this has been identified by either children and young people, or the data and intelligence.

We will be launching the finished report at our Health and Wellbeing Board conference in October 2019.

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