The Slough Wellbeing
Board, which formally came into being from 1st April
2013, carries out statutory functions set out in the Health and
Social Care Act 2012, including the preparation and publication of
a joint strategic needs assessment (JSNA) and Joint Health and
Wellbeing Strategy (JHWS).
Terms of Reference of the Board, which fully sets out its functions
and ways of working.
Slough Wellbeing Board Annual Report
Slough Wellbeing Strategy was
refreshed in July 2020 and is focused around four priority areas
the Board will seek to address in order to improve the health and
wellbeing of the people of Slough.
Of the four
priorities, two reflect areas where the Board will lead on work,
while two reflect areas where the Board will have a role
influencing the work of other boards or groups.
The four priorities
- Priority One:
- Priority Two:
- Priority Three:
Strong, Healthy and Attractive Neighbourhoods
- Priority Four: