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Improving the health and wellbeing of communities

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION

This paper is part of the ‘Tailor-made’ series, which aims to demonstrate the valuable contribution that the community sector makes to people’s lives and society as a whole. Specifically, this paper explores the significant role that community groups play in improving the health and wellbeing of communities. Key points include: the community sector is well placed to support wellness, rather than...

Community Team Plus

Stoke on Trent City Council

Community Team Plus involves multidisciplinary health and care teams supporting people across six Stoke on Trent localities to 'help me to help myself to live well'. They are tasked with being accessible, creative, resourceful and helpful.

Beginning with the end in mind: how outcomes-based commissioning can help unlock the potential of community services

NHS CONFEDERATION. Community Health Services Forum

Explains outcomes-based commissioning and outlines how it might help enable service transformation. Outcomes-based commissioning incentivises high-value interventions, shifting resources to services in the community, a focus on keeping people healthy and in their own homes, delivering outcomes that matter to people using the services, and coordinated care. It discusses the opportunities...

Community Circles

Community Circles

Originally run as a pilot, Community Circles began in 2012 and are now located throughout the UK providing support in the community, by the community, helping people to achieve their goals in a way and place that suits them – from living rooms to care homes. Everyone in a circle gains by being part of something shared, focused and often life changing.

Community capital: the value of connected communities

PARSFIELD Matthew, et al

The final report of the Connected Communities for Mental Wellbeing and Social Inclusion programme, which looked at how different interventions can contribute to the development of resilient, inclusive communities with higher wellbeing. This report examines how interventions affect relationships and attitudes, and how relationships and attitudes affect individuals' and communities' ability...

Village and Community Agents- Gloucestershire Rural Community Council

Gloucestershire County Council

Village and Community Agents are trusted members of Gloucestershire rural communities who provide face-to-face information, signposting and support to local disadvantaged and isolated people, including older people (aged 50 and over) and adults aged over 18 affected by cancer, enabling them to make informed decisions about their own wellbeing. There is an emphasis upon providing community-based solutions and on promoting independence among its older clients.

Community Information Point Network

Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council

The Dudley Community Information Point Network (CIPN) aims to prevent local people from getting into crisis situations and ensuring those least able to access health and social care can find the right information, at the right time and in the right way for them.The Community Information Point Network is a partnership led by Healthwatch Dudley with support from Dudley CAB and the Council’s Making it Real partnership

Lye Community Project

Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council

A BME community project going back 30 years, Lye Community Project (LCP) now supports anyone who might need some kind of support in this area of Dudley, including people with no recourse to public funds (NRPF). This includes a range of health and care projects and services, many of which have a preventative approach.

Sandwell Community Offers

Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council

The Sandwell Community Offers are projects delivered by six lead organisations working in partnership across six localities in the Sandwell area, helping older people to stay well and healthy in their homes and communities. The Sandwell .Community Offers schemes were initially run as one pilot project, run within a single ward, which encouraged the growth of ‘friends and neighbours’ networks to support local vulnerable people. The limited resources within a single ward led Sandwell Council to commission Community Offer schemes within six localities, covering two to three wards each. Each of the localities chosen had already work ongoing whereby social work teams were reconfigured to match general practice catchment areas

Community Bridge Builders

Halton Borough Council

The Community Bridge Building team is a generic service and Bridge Builders work with adults who have a disability and are socially isolated to connect them with services in their communities. It began in 2007 when adult day care services were restructured, moving from a day centre model (two centres in Widnes and Runcorn) to one where people are supported to take part in activities and voluntary roles in the community. Day services now support only those with the most complex needs. Community Bridge Builders aim to: promote wellbeing and healthy living; encourage equal opportunities for all; identify support needs and overcome them; enable people to make their own choices; promote Independence and reduce isolation; enable people to have a valued role within their community.

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