What needed improving? Since the start of the pandemic, the number of young people in England with eating difficulties doubled for both urgent and routine referrals. Worryingly, East Sussex witnessed similar statistics, with the volume of referrals to services for eating difficulties increasing markedly.
Personalisation policy in the lives of people with learning disabilities: a call to focus on how people build their lives relationally
This research article draws on a study exploring how people with learning disabilities in England and Scotland are responding to the everyday realities of personalisation.
Understanding & aligning link worker & community capacity building activity: A place-based approach in York & Wakefield
This week we shared our our latest learning in a webinar attended by 100 people from a wide range of backgrounds across health and social care. Understanding and aligning link worker and community capacity building activity: A place-based approach in York and Wakefield was commissioned by NHS England and delivered by C4PC in collaboration with Community Catalysts, The National Association of Link Workers (NALW), the New NHS Alliance (now The Health Creation Alliance) and the Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE).
Understanding and aligning link worker and community capacity building activity: A place-based approach in York and Wakefield
This resource, produced through collaboration between a number of organisations, focusses on understanding and aligning link workers and community capacity building.