Living Well with Dementia:
A Strategy for Trafford 2018-2021 Consultation Paper
With an ageing population and improving treatment, we can expect more and more people in the borough to have their lives touched by dementia. This might be as patients, as carers, as family members or friends, as providers of services, or in local businesses and community groups.
The Age-Friendly Trafford Programme is working to improve the quality of life for older people that live in or visit Trafford.
This survey is designed to help Trafford Council understand the issues facing older people, so please share your thoughts on how we can make Trafford a great place to live and grow older.
The five priorities for Trafford Public Health
The web page for the Northern Contraception, Sexual Health and HIV service.
Offers free and confidential Chlamydia and Gonorrhoea postal testing service for people aged 16 to 24 years