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Adults and Community Wellbeing Scrutiny Committee

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Information about Adults and Community Wellbeing Scrutiny Committee

The Adults and Community Wellbeing Scrutiny Committee is comprised of eleven councillors, who represent the political balance of the Council.  The Committee was appointed by Council to review and scrutinise the following services and their outcomes:-


Adult care services for frailty, people with long term conditions; for older people; for people with physical disabilities; and for people with sensory impairment;


Adult care services for people with learning disabilities; for people with autism; and for people with mental health needs, including dementia;


Adult care services for carers;


Adult safeguarding and the protection of adults at risk including observance of the Mental Capacity Act;


Statutory public health services; and


Wellbeing services, including health improvement, prevention and self-management; mental health; sexual health; housing related support; and the prevention, treatment and recovery elements of substance misuse services.


The meetings are held approximately every six weeks at 10.00am, at County Offices, Newland, Lincoln, LN1 1YL (unless otherwise stated).  The meetings are generally open to the public, unless otherwise specified.


The full terms of reference for the Adults and Community Wellbeing Scrutiny Committee are set out in Part 2 of the Council's Constitution.



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