Older people's mental health in Hampshire
There are a lot of older people with mental health problems, such as dementia and depression, who need services and support, and over the next few years this number is expected to rise as the number of older people living in Hampshire grows. Health and social care services are therefore working together to support people in the best way possible through a joint older people’s mental health strategy.
Joint Hampshire Commissioning Strategy for Older People’s Mental Health 2008 - 13
This strategy was agreed by Hampshire Primary Care Trust and Hampshire County Council in the spring of 2008. It sets a direction of travel for the period 2008-13 for all organisations and individuals involved in older people’s mental health services. The aim is to improve outcomes for older people with mental health problems and their carers.
Joint Strategy for Older People’s Mental Health 2011/12 workplan
The Joint Strategy for OPMH 2011/12 workplan explains about some of the work that Hampshire is doing to improve services and support for older people with mental health needs and their carers
Find out more detailed information
Visit the NHS Hampshire website where you can find out more about:
- Joint Hampshire Commissioning Strategy for Older People’s Mental Health
- Joint Strategy for OPMH 2011/12 workplan
- Living well with Dementia – A National Dementia Strategy’
- Quality outcomes for people with dementia: Building on the work of the National Dementia Strategy
What am I entitled to?
The local authority is here to help everyone understand their needs and, if required, provide an assessment.
For more information about what help you are entitled to, please see the Who can get help from Adult Services web pages.
Try our online self assessment
Older People's Well-Being Strategy for Hampshire
The Older People’s Well-Being Strategy for Hampshire 2008-11 has been agreed by Hampshire County Council and its key partners. A Joint Older People’s Well-Being Steering Group is overseeing an action plan informed by older people’s views of what improvements they would like to see.