Medway residents aged 45 and over are being encouraged to take part in an online survey.
The survey is being carried out to help improve access to sexual health support for the over 45s. The responses will be anonymous, and the information collected from the survey will help plan support services and training for professionals who work within health services. Responses will also help develop a tailored sexual health and wellbeing strategy which will aim to target people aged 45 and over.
The survey has been complied as part of a European Regional Development Fund project which aims to improve access to sexual health support for adults 45 and over.
Medway is one of a number of agencies which are part of the project including The Health and Europe Centre, Kent County Council and the Kent Community Health NHS Foundation Trust.
Tailoring support to meet residents' needs
James Williams, Director of Public Health at Medway Council, said: “This is a very important topic and I would encourage residents aged 45 and over to take part. The survey is anonymous, and the responses will help us tailor support to meet our residents’ needs. We are committed to ensuring that our residents receive high quality health services.”
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