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Integration - roles and opportunities for the voluntary and community sector. Amy Rylance Health & Wellbeing Development Manager . Innovation and variety in the VCS. Organisations providing quality assured social care, housing related support, sheltered / extra care (huge added value)

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Integration - roles and opportunities for the voluntary and community sector

Amy Rylance

Health & Wellbeing Development Manager


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Innovation and variety in the VCS

  • Organisations providing quality assured social care, housing related support, sheltered / extra care (huge added value)

  • Specialist services e.g. alcohol, carers

  • Information, advice, advocacy, support planning

  • Early intervention and preventative services

  • Voluntary self help health organisations

  • Small voluntary universal interest groups

  • VCS infrastructure, community centres, training, engagement


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Joined-Up Planning

“The programme coordinates the activities of all health, social care and voluntary sector partners in the delivery of this significant transformational change.”

From the programme definition document


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Community based care

“supporting people to remain at home, or within the community and to enable people to regain and retain their health, wellbeing and independence.”From the programme definition document

Neighbourhood zone based working


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Experts in integrated working

  • Track record of collaborative/joined up services and joint bids

  • Culture of cross-referrals

  • Potential hosts for a new type of “generic worker”


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Amy Rylance

Health & Wellbeing Development Manager

Keighley

07939 14243801535 665258

[email protected]

Emma Baylin

Health & Wellbeing Development Manager

Bradford

07891 730456 01274 722772

[email protected]

Jenny Davison

Health & Wellbeing Development Manager

Shipley

07891 73048001274 781222

[email protected]

Tom Blackwell

Communications and Information Officer

01535 665258

[email protected]

www.healthpartnership.org.uk


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