Think Local Act Personal Tag Listing
This is list shows the topics and resources tagged using 'Working with people using services, carers and local citizens'.
- Personal Health Budget Updates - Kent and Medway
Presentation of Kent Personal Health Budgets given at the ADASS Health and Communities Sub Committee 11 June & Update documents of Kent PHB and Medway PHB Status Report Kent PHB Presentation and UpdateGeorgina WaltonPersonal Health Budget Project ManagerEastern and Coastal Kent NHSMedway PHB Status ReportSam PammaProject ManagerPersonal Health BudgetsIntegrated CommissioningNHS Medway.
- Co-production: Working Together for Change Colleagues
East Midlands Co Production Event write upA Co - Production event was held in the East Midlands region bringing together Local Authority Commissioners, Citizen Leaders , ULOs and LINkS to identify common ground and begin to work together in a four-way partnership to take forward co-production of TASC in the region.
- Implementation of Objective 6 of the National Dementia Strategy in the North East
This project supports the regional implementation of Objective 6 of the National Dementia StrategyThe project will seek to enhance the implementation of Objective 6 through the following high-level outcomes:Development of the market to ensure there is a range of services for people with dementia living at home and their carers that meet the needs, choices and aspirations of those who use them. Supporting existing providers to develop high quality services for people with Dementia Reducing the culture of risk aversion when working with people with dementia and reducing/removing stigma as a barrier to equality The project has the following objectives:To explore the experience, needs and desires of people with dementia and their carers based on a programme of engagement and a literature review of existing regional and national evidence.
- Involving People in Transformation in the North East
The North East has developed a project dedicated to the involvement of local people in its work. The Adult Social Care Programme in the North East aims to deliver greater choice and control for people who need social care and to develop services that can meet future needs.
- Raising awareness about carers
The Carers Strategy includes a commitment to improve carer awareness amongst health, social care, housing, education and other professionals and to provide the information and services to support carers in their caring role. This section provides examples of different approaches to raising carer awareness and staff training programmes.
- Leading together better
This research report from IDeA/Shared Intelligence explores the nature of partnership working between directors of public health, adults' services and children's services.
- Local Area Coordination in the North East
This project is exploring how the Local Area Coordination approach can support the development of Personalisation and self directed support. Local Area Coordination (LAC), developed in Australia in 1988, offers a way to build individual, family and community self sufficiency so that disabled and older people can choose to live with their families, or in their local community without compromising their quality of life.
- Local Improvement Network (LINk) Action Learning project
The LINks programme was developed to encourage and support public and patient involvement in decision making in Health and Social Care. The LINks Action Learning Project (ALP) sponsored by DCLG has announced four pilot sites.
- Empowering engagement: a stronger voice for older people
This report is the Government response to John Elbourne's review of arrangements for engaging older people in Government policy.
- North East Quality Standards in Non-regulated Services
This project will develop quality standards for non regulated services to provide a regional framework and a consistent approach for commissioners, service users, family carers and care managers to monitor service improvements and maximise efficiencies. The Quality Standards Framework will complement all Councils monitoring and reviewing functions with a strong focus on service user and carer involvement and personalised outcomes as core determinants of quality, reliability and effectiveness.