Have your say on the future of Minnis Community Hub  

Kent County Council (KCC) has launched an eight–week consultation about the future of services for older people at Minnis Community Hub.

KCC has been exploring the way forward for the day service at Minnis Community Hub and now seeks the views of service users on the future of services that are delivered at the centre.

The council is proposing to move the day service from the hub to Westbrook House Integrated Care Centre, which provides care for frail older adults and older adults living with dementia. It is located in Canterbury Road, Margate.

Minnis Community Hub. Credit: Google

Learning Disability services will continue to use Minnis Community Hub.

Clair Bell, Cabinet Member for the Adult Social Care and Public Health, said:  “Kent County Council is committed to finding a way forward for services at Minnis Community Hub that ensure we are providing the best possible care for people while making the best use of the centre as a valued community asset.

“We are keen to hear the views of people using the service, their families, staff and the wider community and I urge them all to take part in this consultation.”

During the consultation, KCC will be meeting with people who use the service, their families and staff to gather their views and answer any questions.

The consultation information and an online questionnaire will be available at kent.gov.uk/minnisconsultation

Alternatively, collect a paper form and a freepost envelope available from Minnis Community Hub and Westbrook House or libraries in Birchington, Westgate-on-Sea or Margate.  Send completed forms to: Consultation Team, Adult Social Care and Health, Kent County Council, Invicta House, Maidstone, ME14 1XX.

For any queries, call 03000 422557 or email OlderPeopleProvision@kent.gov.uk.

Consultation period September 25, 2019 to November 20, 2019

 

 

Have your say on the future of Minnis Community Hub   was last modified: September 26th, 2019 by David Gazet