Feedback Summary Spectrum of Care 12th December 2017
26 people attended (despite snow and ice!)
‘Very Interesting programme and learning from ALL speakers’
‘Learning about NESCHA ‘ and ‘how it collaborates with various organisations in the region’
Good practice from other organisations like
Carers Together (Ann Marie Garbutt –inspiring). ‘Was quite alarmed by the amount of money saved by unpaid carers’. ‘V. informative’ ‘The number of people available to help carers and how little information is available to many’ . ‘The massive support given by 7500 carers in Redcar supported by carers together’. [ see https://www.carerstogether.co.uk/ ]
The work of the South Tees CCG and the mental health commissioning group Allan Fairburn [see http://www.southteesccg.nhs.uk/what-we-do/mental-health-services/ ]
‘PLACE and I had never heard of this organisation of volunteers’ [ see https://www.england.nhs.uk/2013/02/place/ ]
‘Good ideas to take back’.
‘The CHAPS programme presentation ‘ [4 Seasons Care Home Assistant Practitioners – see https://www.fshc.co.uk/our-news/article/celebrating-our-first-qualified-chaps/ ]
Do you think NESCHA can play a useful part in the region and if yes or no please state why briefly?
Yes x 5 – to network and view/discuss opinions and feedback
Identifying and sharing good practice
Yes – brings all agencies togetherx2
Bringing together very partners in health and social care in the region to pursue change and improvements in health and social care
Push Doctor has received a 'good rating' from the CQC.
NHS and Primary Care Networks are coming ( and some have been trialled) - but what will they mean to you?
Two new schemes focussing on carers - Supporting Carers in General Practices and £5m fund for innovative ways to support unpaid carers