Falkirk Plan – Loneliness and Isolation
Falkirk’s frontline health and social care services want to know how older people have been affected by loneliness and isolation, and what can be done improve this problem.
The affects of coronavirus and lockdown restrictions have challenged us all, and we know that elderly people in particular are vulnerable to experiencing loneliness and isolation on an ongoing basis.
The Community Planning Partnership is conducting a short survey and hosting an online meeting to gather views and priorities. The information you share will help develop the ‘Falkirk Plan’ – a ten-year plan to make our communities better for everyone.
The Planning Partnership wants to hear from anyone affected loneliness social isolation, this includes:
- Elderly people (especially those living alone)
- Their family members
- Carers of elderly people.
How to get involved
If you’ve got something to say about your community, and about what can be done to make it better, we want to hear from you.
Complete the survey
Please complete the survey and return it to firstname.lastname@example.org
Join the online meeting
The Community Planning Partnership is holding an online meeting to capture your views and priorities on Friday 4 June 11.00am-12.30pm.