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Denbighshire Council’s Talking Points sessions for Prestatyn have changed location to Prestatyn Library.
The Talking Point sessions at the Library will take place every Friday from 9.30am – 1pm.
A Talking Point is an opportunity for residents in Denbighshire to meet with health and social care staff from all partner organisations and talk face to face about the well-being outcomes they want for themselves or for others.
The Talking Points provide a pathway between adult social care services offered over the telephone and the more formal social care assessments that happen in a person’s own home.
Residents are encouraged to come along and explain what they feel is missing in their local community that could make a difference to their health and well-being and they can also get involved and share their knowledge, skills and experiences to improve the well-being of others in their community.
The ‘Talking Points’ sessions are now available all over Denbighshire, where residents can drop in and speak to people from a range of local services who will be on hand to offer advice and information.