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:
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