Local Involvement Networks (LINks) are independent networks made up of individuals and community groups, such as charities, faith groups, residents’ associations and youth councils, who work together to improve local health and social care services.
These annual reports come from LINks fourth year of operation and, where possible, comparisons have been made with the previous years data.
This report includes information on:
- data quality
- levels of participation
- outcomes and benefits
- relationships between variables
- benchmarking figures