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- Provider Workshops - Building Community Capacity
TLAP are delighted to invite you to one of two workshops for providers on Building Community Capacity taking place on: 4 July 2013, in the North West, venue tbc, 10am - 4pm 26 September, London, venue tbc, 10am - 4pm The aims of the workshop are: To raise awareness of the importance of building community capacity and share the business case for such an approach, including evidence and best practice. To share and disseminate the tools and materials that have been produced by TLAP to help organisations build community capacity.
- 2nd National Personal Budget Survey
Personal budgets (PBs) and Personal Health Budgets (PHBs) are a way of informing individuals who need support and their families how much money their council or the NHS will make available to them to meet their needs. Twenty-two volunteer councils in England took part in the 2nd National Personal Budget survey.
- Sharing effective practice in maximising uptake of direct payments - webinars
Following a group of workshops led by Disability Rights UK in early 2013 we ran a series of webinars 'Sharing effective practice in maximising uptake of direct payments'. The webinars took place on Thursday 9 May and Monday 13 May 2013, speakers included Frances Hasler and Sandy Marshall of Disability Rights UK, Martin Routledge and Jaimee Lewis of Think Local Act Personal.
- Interviews with participants (Vox pops)
This film includes feedback from the participants that took part in the Commissioning the Future workshop sessions, demonstrating the value of this new approach of looking at commissioning. Video Troubleshooting If you are experiencing poor video playback we suggest you 'pause' the video and allow it to fully download, then resume watching the video.
- Commissioning the Future film
This film demonstrates the Commissioning the Future workshop materials being used in two workshop sessions. It helpfully pulls out the essential learning points and demonstrates the value of taking part in the workshops to those involved.
- Integrated care and support: our shared commitment
For health, care and support to be 'integrated', it must be person-centred, coordinated, and tailored to the needs and preferences of the individual, their carer and family. It means moving away from episodic care to a more holistic approach to health, care and support needs, that puts the needs and experience of people at the centre of how services are organised and delivered.
- Making it Real for Carers
Making it Real for Carers explores what each Making it Real theme means to carers and what this might look like in practice. It has been coproduced with carers and organisations including the Carers Trust and ADASS following a series of workshops across England.
- Making it Real for People with Dementia
Making it Real for People with Dementia has been developed to provide help and advice on how Making it Real can work in practice for people living with dementia, their families and carers. The work was developed with a cross-sector steering group of experts including carers and people with care and support needs, and representatives from over 20 organisations including My Home Life, UKHCA, Skills for Care, Dementia Action Alliance, Alzheimer's Society and older people's leads in councils.
- Whose Shoes?® - Making It Real
Whose Shoes?® - Making It Real was created by Gill Phillips based on a previous board game version which helps people understand and engage with the personalisation agenda. It helps participants work across boundaries and co-produce imaginative, local solutions.
- Leadership of Empowered and Healthy Communities programme
Following the outstanding success of last year's programme we are delighted to announce that we will be running a second cohort of the acclaimed Leadership of Empowered and Health Communities programme. The innovative programme explores how senior leaders can grow and nurture local social capital in order to build stronger communities and improve health and wellbeing.