The Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) is a statutory process undertaken by Telford and Wrekin Council to inform the development of priorities across the Borough for the Council, CCG and other partners. The process brings together and explores a wide range of data, performance information and intelligence to identify those issues where the Borough is doing well and also those which remain a challenge and where more needs to be done. This data is used by CCG Commissioners to begin service redesign projects and to help determine what services we need for our local population. The Communications and Engagement Team also consider this information when stakeholder mapping for specific engagement/consultation projects.
The JSNA is not one single document - individual parts of the JSNA can be found on Telford and Wrekin Council's facts and figures pages.
Areas the process explores include:
- views of the community
- population and demography
- deprivation and socio-economic profiling
- education and skills
- economy and employment
- health and care.
Our latest analysis from the JSNA process has been used to help us identify health and wellbeing needs in Telford and Wrekin. More information about this can be found on the Council’s Health and Wellbeing Board page.
The JSNA is not one single document - individual parts of the JSNA can be found on Telford and Wrekin Council pages.