Local Involvement Networks (LINKs)
LINks were established to find out what people want from their local health and social care service, to monitor local services, and hold them to account. Each local authority has been responsible for commissioning a host organisation to support a LINks made of local individuals and groups. The regional programme established networks for leaders of LINKs, local authority leads and host organisations. These networks have acted as a forum for the exchange information and ideas and a channel of communication around developments in government policy as affecting LINKs.
- Supporting LINks in the South East: Giving People a Stronger Local Voice (pdf - 713Kb) (opens new window)
On 11th February 100 people from across the South East, met to take part in the first ever summit meeting for supporting Local Involvement Networks in the region.
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