Our Time is a timebanking project run by Richmond Fellowship and Timebanking UK which aims to tackle the social isolation faced by adults in Liverpool who live with mental health problems. The project supports individuals to engage with their local community, access services and rebuild their confidence through timebanking.
The Leadership for Personalised Care Team deliver an effective service providing support across the Personalised Care Group and Leadership Academy, to implement the leadership for personalised care work programme.
Medway Time Credits has been commissioned by Medway Clinical Commissioning Group as part of the Involving Medway programme which aims to build health as a social movement. The programme supports greater involvement between local people and organisations with the design and commissioning of local services.
Timebanking for Health (T4H) is a programme encouraging time banks to work closely with local hospitals to help older people be discharged when they need to, and to help them live independently. Timebanking enables people to give/receive ad-hoc support.
‘Get Yourself Active’ is a programme funded by Sport England and led by Disability Rights UK. DRUK works alongside disabled people and disabled people’s user-led organisations (DPULOs) to lead change in the social care, health and sport sectors.
Year of Care Partnerships works with organisations to introduce care and support planning (CSP) for people with long term conditions (LTCs). CSP is a systematic process focussed on creating the opportunity for a ‘better conversation’ between the person with LTCs and the healthcare professional.
Haringey Time Credits has been designed to support mental health and drug and alcohol recovery services in Haringey to address addiction, mental ill health, social isolation, and loneliness by engaging people in formal and informal volunteering.