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Books on prescription

Warwickshire County Council

Warwickshire County Council in 2009 launched a local initiative whereby people are helped to manage a range of commonly experienced mental health problems, including depression, anxiety and stress through the prescription of accredited self-help titles, available in their local public library. Books can be prescribed by GPs or other health professionals. The scheme is entirely confidential - staff do not give out or keep information about who is borrowing the book or what it is about.

TIN Arts: Using personal budgets to provide choice

Durham County Council

TIN Arts are a social enterprise in County Durham who run fun and inclusive performing arts courses for people of all ages. Their GeTIN2... and Creative Choices sessions, are designed to enable people aged 18 and above with learning disabilities or mental health problems to participate in cultural activities, improving their physical and mental wellbeing, boosting their confidence, independence and friendships. These courses offer an engaging alternative to traditional day care.

Prevention in Bexley

London Borough of Bexley

The London Borough of Bexley is currently supporting different groups of people using a prevention approach: promoting citizenship for adults with learning disabilities; following a community-based recovery model in mental health day services and providing an integrated reablement service to enable older people to regain their independence and stay in their homes for longer.

Cartwheel Arts- Art for Wellbeing

NHS Heywood, Middleton and Rochdale Clinical Commissioning Group

Cartwheel Art's 'Art for Wellbeing' is a three-year programme in Rochdale and Wigan that delivers courses, workshops and projects to improve mental health. Cartwheel’s mental health projects are run by professional artists, and work towards a tangible final outcome—an exhibition or publication. Each course has a dedicated Emotional Support Worker with a therapeutic background who works alongside the artist.

Hospital 2 Home Leicestershire

Royal Voluntary Service

Hospital 2 Home Leicestershire provides low level practical support for people returning home from hospital after illness, surgery or accident. The service aims to ensure people achieve full rehabilitation and regain independence, whilst also enabling quicker discharge from hospital.

Proactive Primary Care

NHS Lewisham Clinical Commissioning Group

Lewisham CCG carried out a Proactive Primary Care (PPC) project in 2014, aiming to provide better support to people with long-term conditions (LTCs). A test group of people were called three times over three months by trained "telephoners" using motivational techniques. Calls explored with individuals their current health, their confidence in managing potential deterioration in their condition and health issues they wanted to address. Callers supported people by suggesting ways to tackle any issues and by putting them in touch with local third sector or statutory agencies.

Living Well

NHS Kernow Clinical Commissioning Group

The Living Well programme aims to help people to build self-confidence and self-reliance by providing practical support, navigation and coordination to those most at risk of increased dependency and hospitalisation.

Nottinghamshire Micro-enterprise Project

Nottinghamshire County Council

Nottinghamshire County Council (NCC), in partnership with Community Catalysts CIC, have invested in and supported the growth of local micro-enterprises offering a broad range of care and support options. The aim was to ensure that local people have a high level of choice and diversity and are more likely to find support that is responsive to their personal needs. Micro-enterprises deliver care or support services with no more than five paid or unpaid full-time equivalent workers and are independent of any parent organisation.

Accession

Accession Social Enterprise

Accession is a social enterprise which supports adults with a range of learning and physical disabilities and long term mental health problems to find a route into employment. It runs 7 businesses across 5 sites in the borough of Ealing and offers training, voluntary positions and paid work, reinvesting income into creating more of these opportunities.

Psychological Support Service

Age UK Warwickshire

Age UK Warwickshire’s Psychological Support Services provide a range of interventions aimed at improving wellbeing and supporting older people across the county. This includes ‘Support, Time and Recovery’ (STR), a service aimed at improving the wellbeing, increasing the self-management and preventing the isolation, of adults aged over 55 diagnosed with depression, anxiety or stress.

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