Health and Physical Disabled People


The priority outcomes identified through engagement with citizens, partners and use of the prioritisation matrix; and subsequently confirmed through consultation are:

  1. To support disabled people through an all age approach to live independently in appropriate accommodation and access community based services, including transport.
  2. To help people reduce the risk of poor health and well-being through earlier intervention and community support.




All local authority areas across the Gwent region are predicted to see an increase in the number. The predicted increases range from 14.1% in Blaenau Gwent to 25.1% in Newport.











Across the Gwent region the rate ranged from 18,472.5 per 100,000 population in Monmouthshire to 27,704.0 per 100,000 in Blaenau Gwent.





We need up-to-date information which is easy to understand so we know what is good and bad for us.

50 plus Member

Summary and what we will deliver through the joint Area Plan:

  • Implement ‘Care Closer to Home’ Strategy.
  • Align with 5 local Well-being Assessments required under Well-being of Future Generations Act and explore joint action planning for wider detriments to health