Think Local Act Personal Tag Listing
This is list shows the topics and resources tagged using 'Partnership working'.
- Local Area Coordination and Asset-based Community Development: Tinker or Reform? The Choice for Social Care and Health Services
Local Area Coordination and Asset-based Community Development: Tinker or Reform? The Choice for Social Care and Health Services Ralph Broad (Director Inclusive Neighbourhoods) and Cormac Russell (Director Nurture Development)Ralph and Cormac talk about the potential of a LAC and ABCD partnership approach in nurturing inclusion and contribution, building stronger mutually supportive and welcoming communities and making existing services more personal, flexible and accountable. We are now at the crossroads in social care and health services and also in our local communities.
- Ealing Carers Connect: working together for independent living
Ealing Carers Connect is a carer led organisation providing support to carers and formed by a consortium of four organisations in the London Borough of Ealing:Ealing Centre for Independent Living Ealing Mencap Ealing Crossroads Alzheimers Concern Ealing Sian Vasey, Director of Ealing Centre for Independent Living, believes that user led organisations of disabled people and of carers need to work together. She says: "carers' organisations and disabled peoples organisation's have broadly the same goals - independent living for disabled people.
- Incorporation of Carers Issues in Neighbourhood Plans
In Blackburn with Darwin the senior carers strategy manager worked to make links between the carers strategy, Local Strategic Partnerships and Local Area Agreements and to encourage others to 'think carer' when planning. Specific suggestions were made about how draft neighbourhood plans could better support carers whilst reaching their objectives.
- Joint Commissioning Unit
Staffordshire's joint commissioning unit is a partnership between Health and Social care and carer's services are jointly commissioned. The Commissioning manager for carers provides specialist advice and support to the County Council and PCTs in all elements of commissioning needs assessment and service design to achieve better outcomes for carers.
- Milestone proposals: Effective partnerships with people using services
This document outlines how Our Lives Cumbria, a family leadership organisation, will work with Cumbria County Council to support the collection and analysis of information relating to ADASS milestone 1 for transforming adult social care.
- Carers Partnership Board Terms of Reference
This document provides details of the Buckinghamshire Carers' Partnership Board purpose and constitution.
- Lead commissioning role for Herts Adult Care Services with PCT-funded carers breaks
The two Hertfordshire PCTs have put their carer's breaks money into a section 75 agreement and Hertfordshire Adult Care Services act as lead commissioner to ensure that new monies are spent in a way that is fully integrated with the Carers Grant spending. A new carers breaks and information service (Making a Difference) helps refer carers for information or support.