As a department we are committed to promoting equality and good community relations in Hampshire, through our every-day practice as both a service provider and employer.
Equality Impact Assessments are a way of rigorously checking strategies, policies, projects and decisions, to ensure that they are easily accessible. They provide a clear system of quality assurance, and help our managers and staff to focus on meeting the needs of service users in relation to age, disability, gender, race, religion & belief and sexual orientation and transgender. The Council has developed its own system of equality impact assessment.
Equality Impact Assessments enable service planners to:
Appropriate Adult Service 171 kB
The remodelling of Social Inclusion Services 167 kB (formerly commissioned as part of the Supporting People Socially Excluded Service cluster)
Fax replacement project 142 kB
Advocacy 190 kB
Direct Payments Improvements 138 kB
Mainstreaming Telecare 185 kB - updated 03.06.2014
Day Opportunities for Older Members of the Nepalese Community in North Hampshire - updated 04.04.2014
Variation to the Section 75 arrangements with Southern Health NHS Foundation 141 kB Trust for Integrated Adult Mental Heath services
Outcomes of Consultation (Community) 187 kB - The future and proposed closure of four of the County Council’s older style residential care homes
Outcomes of Consultation EIA (Workforce) 166 kB - The future and proposed closure of four of the County Council’s older style residential care homes
Review of Adult Mental Health integrated working arrangements - MH Futures Project - reviewed 29.05.2013