Healthy Ageing in Warwickshire

Closed 17 Sep 2023

Opened 4 Aug 2023


We want to hear from you about your experiences of growing older in Warwickshire.  

Warwickshire County Council is working on a Healthy Ageing Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA). This is a piece of work that explores what older people in Warwickshire need to live longer, happier and healthier lives. It also considers the strengths that people and communities already have that support healthy ageing. 

Why your views matter

Knowing what people need, and where existing strengths are, will help us to make informed decisions about what services are available and how they are delivered. 

What is the purpose of this survey? 

This survey seeks to understand: 

  • what is important to you as you get older 
  • what you think about your local area as a place to grow older 
  • your experience of access to health and care services 
  • your experience of attitudes to ageing/older people.

Who should take part? 

We would particularly like to hear from anyone aged 60 and above who lives in Warwickshire. 

How to take part?

  • Complete our online survey by clicking on the link below.
  • You can also request a paper copy of the survey or an alternative format or language by email ( or by telephone (01926 731484).

What happens next

We will use the information provided to feed into the Healthy Ageing JSNA. Further information about JSNAs is available here:  

The Healthy Ageing JSNA is due to be published on the Warwickshire County Council website in early 2024.  

We will also be publishing a summary of themes from this healthy ageing survey on this Ask Warwickshire survey page.


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  • Older people
  • All Warwickshire residents


  • Health and wellbeing
  • Engagement and surveys