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1 File classification: NOT PROTECTIVELY MARKED - IMPACT LEVEL 0 Living Well in Redcar and Cleveland: Our Plan for Building Community Capacity for Health and Wellbeing Victoria Ononeze, Acting Asst. Director of Health Improvement

2 File classification: NOT PROTECTIVELY MARKED - IMPACT LEVEL 0 Our Approach Living well in Redcar and Cleveland is everyone’s business Builds on Redcar and Cleveland history of involving and engaging local people and communities. Builds on what is working well rather than focusing on problems and needs. Focuses on community-driven initiatives rather than initiatives being driven by public agencies. A major part of the strategic shift in way of working – focus on prevention/early help, recovery to promote independent living and continued support

3 File classification: NOT PROTECTIVELY MARKED - IMPACT LEVEL 0 Our Community Capacity Building Model Scottish Community Development Centre. Accessed 21 December Based on the WHO Pyramid, Global Strategy for All by the Year 2000http://www.scdc.org.uk/who/what-is-community-development

4 File classification: NOT PROTECTIVELY MARKED - IMPACT LEVEL 0 Our Community Capacity Building Model contd.... Purpose: People want to live in healthy communities, in which they:  feel able to be who they are  have positive prospects for their future  experience respect and equal and fair treatment Focus: To achieve this people want to be in a community that:  creates wealth and gives everyone access to its benefits  cares for all its members, when they need it, throughout their life span provides an environment that is safe and attractive  enables people to express and celebrate their creativity and diverse cultures  enables everyone to participate in decision that affect their lives Methods: To support people to contribute to the creation of such a community, community development supports:  opportunity for people to learn and develop their own skills  reaching out to and involving those who may be excluded or disadvantaged  helping communities to create organisations that can tackle their needs and represent their interests  working to promote engagement and dialogue between communities and agencies that affect their lives.

5 File classification: NOT PROTECTIVELY MARKED - IMPACT LEVEL 0 How we are going to make it happen Developing the ability of individuals and communities to connect and engage Enabling individuals to obtain tangible personal benefits from engagement Developing a wide range of initiatives that show the impact of individual and community engagement Holistic and broad approach to ensure every contact counts towards living well Increasing learning and work opportunities Learning about the difference what we are doing makes in ‘concrete’ terms

6 File classification: NOT PROTECTIVELY MARKED - IMPACT LEVEL 0 Opportunities and Potential Resources Community fund to support community capacity building Potential to access assets e.g. Council buildings, buses, expertise Joint commissioning to better integrate health and social care needs of individuals and communities e.g. Community Agents Ageing Better Programme

7 File classification: NOT PROTECTIVELY MARKED - IMPACT LEVEL 0 Challenges Significant change and investment but outcomes may not be immediate or easy to demonstrate. Some points to consider about your services: Link to the strategic commissioning intentions Support/improve service delivery e.g. gathering intelligence Critical success factors Evidence base including social return on investment Impact on service activity levels (e.g. reduction in numbers going into residential care or receiving crisis intervention, increased breastfeeding at 6-8 weeks) Expected health and social outcomes (especially proxy outcomes) and how these will be measured Sustainability of initiative – part of joined up local services

8 File classification: NOT PROTECTIVELY MARKED - IMPACT LEVEL 0 Question How can we support you to evidence your contribution to achieving local health and social care outcomes?


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