Resources

This suite of resources aims to help you communicate the green paper with your residents, media, partners and staff.

The green paper is designed to gather views on the issues and concerns surrounding adult social care and seeks to lay the ground to secure sustainable long-term funding to ensure that people now and in the future can get the care and support they need.

Easy read green paper

Easy read information is a way of making information more accessible for those who may have a low rate of literacy or English as an additional language although other people can find it useful too. Adult social care effects all of us and we are working to ensure that everyone who wants to is given to opportunity to respond to our consultation.

Download our easy read green paper

Add your views to the easy read online form

Comms pack

The communications pack provides documents designed to promote an understanding of the issues surrounding adult social care and encourage as many people as possible to respond to our green paper. This includes a templated press release, suggestions and assets for social media, case studies and frequently asked questions

Download our comms pack

Facilitator’s pack

The facilitators pack includes a assortment of templated documents to assist councils organisations or groups who wish to organise and hold planned engagement sessions with residents or members about the green paper. This pack includes example programmes and facilitator notes.

Download our facilitator’s pack

Individuals

Questions about the future of adult social care and support and the changes we need to make to our care and health system effect everyone so we would like to encourage as many people as possible to respond to this consultation.

Got a story to share? We’d really like to hear more about your experiences. If you have a story to tell, please email socialcareconversation@local.gov.uk.

Download and share our animated explainer file

Tweet your support and comments using #FutureofASC and tagging @LGAcomms. Try using one of our own twitter images: