Please join us in welcoming and introducing a new Partner of Coalition for Personalised Care (C4PC): 24/7 Helping Hands Service Ltd 24/7 Helping Hands Service Ltd are an Adult Social Care based in Leicester and are qualified and dedicated to providing the best quality care in your home. Their care is tailored to meet individual needs by promoting your Independence, Privacy, Dignity, Choice and Respect. They have a passion for excellence and aim to deliver a flexible, efficient, and professional service, which is tailored to meet each client’s individual needs.
Good health should be fundamental to all our lives. But that is not the case for too many people living in England. In most instances, poor health arises from living with a least one of 6 major health conditions. That is why we have taken the decision to develop a major conditions strategy - a blueprint for improving outcomes over the next 5 years covering cancer, heart disease, musculoskeletal disorders, mental ill-health, dementia and respiratory diseases.
The Personalised Care Team and Co-production Working Group have produced this guide to support all those in Tameside and Glossop who want to implement co-production into their health and social care services.
South Asian Health Action is a national charity that supports the physical and mental health needs of the local South Asian community. SAHA is a patient, carer and community led charity based in Leicester with reach in Leeds and London. They aim to address the lack of South Asian voices to address health inequalities, diversity and inclusion and also to work with other members in collaboration. Their main partners are the NHS, racialised minoritized, patients, community organisations, faith organisations, research and medical institutions.
Empowerment Passport is a digital platform enabling individuals with long term health conditions or disabilities to think about and communicate their unique adjustment needs in any of the following settings • Education (school/college/university • Employment (part time/fulltime, temporary and permanent • Any transition (between education to employment, or one job to another)
Opening words by Lucy Series Lecturer in the School for Policy Studies at Bristol University Most people take for granted that they will make key decisions about their lives – from what they wear and eat, to their relationships with, where they live, and the millions of everyday decisions that go into building a home and a life. We also know that being able to make decisions about our own lives is critical for wellbeing
Caring is foundational to our society and our economy. Virtually everyone will give and receive care of some form over their lifetime, and everyone benefits from living in a world which is made more compassionate and more prosperous by the work of carers. Yet the immense value of care is not reflected in its material rewards. While professional carers often face low pay and poor working conditions, care performed within or between households is not paid at all.
This King's Fund report shares insights and evidence about how to collaborate well to build a stronger collaborative ethos across health and care services.