The Mental Health and Joint Commissioning Team are considering ways of putting these ideas into practice. At present, its thinking is to embed expertise in personalised care planning in four domains (although this is not a final position):
· Voluntary and Community Sector services
· A portal for families and individuals
· Community mental health services
· A peer support service if one is commissioned
Common principles and procedures would be specified, as well as networking across the four domains. A planned trajectory could be set showing progression to more ambitious and intensive plans.
The meeting will explore the viability of this approach and in particular how personalised care planning can facilitate tailor-made packages to meet individual needs, as opposed to a take-it-or-leave standard offers. We would like organisations and champions to attend and share experiences.
We would like to find 10 or 12 local organisations who could each send one representative to work with the co-production group. The group is made up 10 -12 members, half of whom have lived experience and half are involved in services.
In September the co-production group will put forward recommendations about what the CCG should commission, including the scope for personalised care programmes to achieve recovery, physical help and employment outcomes. These recommendations will be considered thought eh integrated commissioning and THT governance forums.
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his course will explore the role of the chair in getting the best out of meetings. The day will provide information on carrying through the role of chair and will consider some of the difficulties that can confront “the person in the chair”.
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