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Support and challenge overview January 2011. Lucie Reader CAMHS Regional Development Worker. Policy Update. Mental Health Strategy (due 24 th Jan) Likely to adopt a twin-track, life-course approach improve quality and accessibility of services for people with poor mental health

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Support and challenge overview january 2011

Support and challenge overviewJanuary 2011

Lucie Reader

CAMHS Regional Development Worker


Policy update

Policy Update

  • Mental Health Strategy (due 24th Jan)

    • Likely to adopt a twin-track, life-course approach

      • improve quality and accessibility of services for people with poor mental health

      • improve mental health and well-being of the population

  • Focus on early intervention

    • Early Intervention Grant

    • Graham Allen review of early intervention (due January)

    • Mental health = key public health priority in PH white paper

    • Broadening IAPT out to CYP

    • Frank Field review on child poverty called for investment in Foundation Years

      • expanding health visiting service and Family Nurse Partnerships


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Policy Update

  • Early Intervention Grant

    • Replaces 23 former funding streams, including TaMHS

    • Ringfenced grant with no ringfences within it

      • flexibility to respond to local needs and priorities

    • Support CYP to engage in education and training, intervening early with those at risk of disengagement

      • includes those requiring targeted mental health support

    • On average, 11% less than aggregated total of predecessor grants


Housekeeping

Housekeeping

  • 10th Jan: Q3 Report

    • Add Q3 data for Oct / Nov / Dec to your Q2 report

      • Saves having to re-do lists of interventions and schools

    • Submit report to [email protected]

    • Copy me in [email protected]

  • 14th Jan: End of Year Prediction of Spend

    • Complete Annex D from original grant conditions letter

    • 2nd grant payment will be adjusted to reflect prediction

    • Signed electronic copy to [email protected]

    • OR hard copy to Adriana Sanchez, DfE, Ground Floor, Sanctuary Buildings, London, SW1H 3BT

  • End Feb: Final payment due


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Housekeeping

  • 28th March: Q4 Report

    • Complete template as for Q3

    • Final arrangements still to be confirmed

      • End of project summary

      • Co-ordination

      • Local evaluations

  • 30th June: Certification of Expenditure

    • Complete Annex E from original grant conditions letter

    • Certified by Chief Finance Officer

    • Hard copy to Adriana Sanchez, DfE, Ground Floor, Sanctuary Buildings, London, SW1H 3BT

    • Any underspend to be returned to DfE


Project closure key questions

Project Closure: Key Questions

  • How and when will your project end?

  • What is expected in terms of deliverables?

    • How long do you need and what resources are required to enable you to deliver these?

    • Do they need sign-off? Who by and when?

    • Are there training or handover implications?

  • What is expected in terms of project closure?

    • Who will ensure project staff have a smooth ending / transition?

    • How will you manage wind-down arrangements?

    • Do you need to inform schools, referrers, providers that the project is coming to an end / changing?

    • How will you celebrate your achievements?


Project closure

Project Closure

  • Capturing the learning

    • national reporting requirements (including finance)

    • local evaluation

    • end of project review (agree date well in advance)

      • include all key stakeholders

      • reflect on key successes and obstacles

      • capture outstanding tasks / risks and identify ways forward

    • end of project report

      • identify key learning points

      • recommendations re priorities and issues

      • circulate / communicate to all key stakeholders


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