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Infant feeding Market Engagement Event March 2014. Introduction and agenda. Thanks, welcome Facilities Introductions of key people. Agenda. 1. Vision for new service 2. Consultation feedback to date 3. Proposed specification and discussion Refreshment Break 1.15pm approx.

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Introduction and agenda

  • Thanks, welcome
  • Facilities
  • Introductions of key people

Your Name

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Agenda

  • 1. Vision for new service
  • 2. Consultation feedback to date
  • 3. Proposed specification and discussion
  • Refreshment Break 1.15pm approx.
  • 4. Feedback from discussion
  • 5. Details of the tendering process
  • 4. Questions
a vision for kent
A Vision for Kent

To increase breastfeeding rates by providing an excellent innovative Kent-wide service that offers:

  • integrated and seamless community support and guidance to all women who are experiencing difficulties feeding their babies
  • advice, education, training and quality assurance for professionals, volunteers and the wider community to create a positive environment for breastfeeding
  • demonstrable quarter on quarter performance improvement including user satisfaction metrics
key requirements
Key Requirements
  • The new service must work closely with maternity services, health visitors, children’s centres, general practice, public health and communities.
  • It must contribute to a seamless pathway and intervene to increase initiation and decrease the drop-off rates after birth, 10 day check and 6-8 week check
  • Service models should provide a universal service and a more targeted approach to identified needs including young women, women with low educational achievements and those from disadvantaged backgrounds.
  • In areas where all evidence based interventions have failed, the service must work in partnership to develop innovative community based solutions
tender process
Tender Process
  • Supplier guidance will be provided on Pro-Contract, under each question
  • Clarification Questions will be accepted through the portal only, should questions be received after this date the Council cannot guarantee to respond to them in time for tender submission
  • If you require any technical support using Pro-contract, please contact Due North via the contact details on the portal
consultation and feedback
Consultation and feedback
  • Public consultation
  • Young peoples questionnaire
  • Stakeholder events
  • Additional survey with peer supporters and mums
consultation and feedback results
Consultation and feedback - results
  • Strong support for new service & additional investment
  • Flexible service, based around the needs of women
  • Need for consistent messages & training
  • Communication throughout the pathway & before
  • Out of hours support
  • Benefits & need to utilise technology
  • Range of support from specialists to peer support
  • Services delivered in a “safe space” eg children's centres
  • Need to improve data collection
proposed specification
Proposed Specification
  • Currently out for consultation
  • Feedback to Teresa.Lampert@kent.gov.uk by 9am 17th March
  • Comments used to inform actual specification
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Proposed Specification
  • In your groups look at the key responsibilities of the new service and discuss (see hand-out on table)
  • Let us know any feedback and comments you may have either today or via email Teresa.Lampert@kent.gov.uk
  • Key questions: Website, Hours the service will operate- lactation specialists/peer supporters, home visiting, telephone support.
feedback from discussion
Feedback from discussion
  • We will add this on the day
procurement timetable indicative
Procurement Timetable (indicative)

Dates may be subject to change

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Tender Process
  • Tender documentation and questions will be placed on Pro-Contract (via the Kent Business Portal www.kentbusinessportal.org.uk)
  • Questions will include a mixture of pass/fail and assessed questions
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Tender Process
  • Supplier guidance will be provided on Pro-Contract, under each question
  • Clarification Questions will be accepted through the portal only, should questions be received after this date the Council cannot guarantee to respond to them in time for tender submission
  • If you require any technical support using Pro-contract, please contact Due North via the contact details on the portal
questions
Questions
  • Feel free to ask us now (time permitting)
  • Or email Teresa.Lampert@kent.gov.uk
  • Once the tender goes live via the portal only