West Berkshire Council

Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA)

Describing the health needs and wellbeing of people who live in West Berkshire

What is the JSNA?

The JSNA uses data and evidence from the current health and wellbeing in West Berkshire, to highlight the health needs of the whole community. It shows how needs might vary for different age groups and identifies health differences in disadvantaged or vulnerable groups.

The JSNA also looks at a wider range of factors that help shape the health and wellbeing of individuals, families and local communities such as education, employment and the environment.

Finding what you need

If you know what chapter of the JSNA you're looking for, you can search for it directly.

If you're not sure what you're looking for, you can browse our compilation pages, which group the chapters into themes. You can see these below.

DemographyAgeing Well
Starting WellVulnerable Groups
Developing WellWider Determinants
Living Well 

Datasets will be added or updated as new information becomes available.

If you have any comments on the content or format of the JSNA, or any suggestions on how it can be improved, please get in touch with us.

Who To Contact

Contact details for West Berkshire's Public Health and Wellbeing Team

01635 503437