We are a national partnership transforming health and care through personalisation and community-based support
No Assumptions: A Narrative for personalised, coordinated care and support in mental health is a resource to help NHS, council commissioners and providers of services organise person-centred care based on what people with lived experience of mental illness say is important to them.
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TLAP's new partnership agreement - Working together for personalised, community-based care and support 2014-17 - sets out a new vision for "personalisation" based on what people have said is a priority, following the enormous changes to the care and health sector since 2011.
Working together for personalised, community-based support is a first phase review of TLAP's work and impact 2011-14. It also presents our commitments and what needs to happen next.
- New mental health resource to describe what personalised, coordinated care and support looks like
Personalised, coordinated care in mental health services should consider "who I am, what's important to me, how I wish to be supported and how people behave with me" - according to a new resource launched today by Think Local Act Personal (TLAP) and National Voices.
- Confident Commissioning
Partner organisation Disability Rights Uk have recommended Confident Commissioning as essential reading for anyone interested in commissioning practice involving Disabled People's User-Led Organisations (DPULOs).
- Invitation: care.data Advisory Group Open Meeting
The NHS in England already has some of the best information and data systems in the world. However, they are currently missing information for most of the care provided outside of hospital. For example, they would like to know the average time taken - in every area of the country - between someone seeing their GP with bowel symptoms, to being diagnosed with colon cancer at the hospital. In order to know this, they need to link GP and hospital data
A framework developed by the partnership to support the delivery of personalised care.
National survey on people's experiences of personal budgets.
Report aimed at council staff responsible for implementing self-directed support.
Case studies showing the benefits of personal health budgets for integrating people's health and care support.