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1 Adult Independence and Wellbeing subgroup 16 January 2013

2 New year, new approach to how CAS can:  Lobby the council (& others)  Give the sector more influence  Represent our members – you Improving how CAS represents and lobbies for the voluntary sector

3 How?  Series of ‘Summits’ to improve partnership working between VCS and public sector  New system of elected representatives (Reps)  New policy strategy This session  Update members on these changes  More importantly – you tell us what you want from CAS  Key issues/threats facing orgs  Coproduction  Joint, strong responses to policy changes, positions

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5 Concept An open and well structured dialogue on the right topics between local decision makers/opinion formers can lead to significantly improved cross-sector working relationships, more efficient services and ultimately, better outcomes for the residents of Southwark. Topics Health Children’s Services Personalisation Welfare Reform ??? The Thinking Allowed Summits

6 The Health Summit Why Health? Why now? Clinical Commissioning Health and Wellbeing Board Healthwatch Public Health Desired outcome To create a joint action plan that addresses emerging challenges and issues in the developing Health landscape and allows partnership working to flourish Method Identify drivers for and expectations of partnership working Establish objectives for partnership working Outline obstacles for partnership working Create an action plan to meet objectives and overcome obstacles

7  Reducing duplication and better use of resources  Improving outcomes for the patients  Greater service user/patient involvement  Improving voluntary sector input into identifying need and designing care pathways (co-production)  Increasingly holistic ways of meeting patients needs  Structuring the market appropriately  Encouraging collaboration, innovation and integration.  Improving communication and use of intelligence  More representative decision making structures Drivers for and expectations of working together

8 Market Development Information exchange and relationships Strategic planning Engagement and patient experience Areas for development

9 Market Development  Joint tender development days around integrated pathways of care between CCG, Southwark Council, the Foundation/Hospital Trusts, the VCS and private providers  Define Social value, encourage collaboration, find appropriate levels of risk  Clear commissioning framework and timetable with specified times for VCS engagement  Funding available for pilots Action Plan

10 Information exchange and relationships Biannual meetings of leads of Clinical Commissioning Group, Southwark Council, Public Health, Healthwatch and the VCS. Service mapping of local health and social care services (inc. local GP practices). Develop a database of health and social care providers to be built into GP referral systems Develop a joint repository for information (inc. asset register to enhance the Joint Strategic Needs Assessment) Action Plan

11 Engagement and patient experience  Establish an Integrated Care Programme steering group to advise programme on engagement  Develop best practice tools for engagement in relation to care pathway Strategic Planning  Review Strategic Partnership Board arrangements  Redesign VCS representation structures Action Plan

12 Progress to date: NAVCA bursary Integrated Care Programme citizen engagement advisory board Social value briefing in development Is there anything missing? VCS relationship with Public Health following it’s move into the Local authority VCS involvement in the Intergrated Care Pilot What should be prioritised? Action Plan

13  Write up report in light of discussion  Inform the CAS Influencing and organisational strategy  Circulate via CASCADE at the end of January 2013 Contact details Andy Boaden Next steps

14 Existing system People from sector sitting on a range of council-led strategic partnerships E.g. Children and Families Trust, Safeguarding Children Board BUT, no systematic way of wider sector – having a voice being told of policy changes, opportunities, threats etc. New system of elected Reps New system Group of representatives (Reps) who – attend subgroups, listening to concerns/issues speak on behalf of the sector on strategic partnerships systematically feed back developments to sector

15 New system of elected Reps Oct-Dec Received nominations for group of elected representatives (Reps) Announced approx. 30 nominees at CAS AGM on 5 th December Jan-April Work with Reps to – agree key messages develop ways of communicating developments Start new system in earnest in April

16 Voluntary and Community Sector Reps Phil Mawhinney (Policy and Participation Officer, CAS) 1. Helen Rice Blackfriars Advice Centre 2. Jacky Bourke-White Age UK Lewisham & Southwark 3. Lisa Greensill Time and Talents 4. Andy Walker Southside Young Leaders Academy 5. Mohamed Umarr Kamara Sweissy Union 6. Carol Nwosu Sickle Cell & Young Stroke Survivors 7. Kassandra Echebima IPA 8. Eilette Andrew-Thomas 1 Way Forward 9. Ian Redding Peckham Voluntary Sector Forum 10. Nicholas Okwulu People Empowering People 11. Andrew Rice Southwark Disability Forum 12. Susan Underhill Blackfriars Settlement 13. Hazel Saunders Faces in Focus 14. Sharon Kitson Faces in Focus

17 Voluntary and Community Sector Reps 15. Rev Fred Osei Annin Actionplus Foundation (UK) 16. Dinah Cox Time and Talents 17. Eileen Conn Peckham Vision 18. Joan Baxter WPF Therapy 19. Natalia Sali Southwark Contact a Family 20. Stephanie Correia Southside Rebah Ltd 21. Catherine Evans Southwark Law Centre 22. Neil White Southwark Pensioners Centre, Director 23. Verinder Mander Southwark Carers 24. Carolyn Martin Family Action 25. Julie Corbett-Bird Blackfriars Settlement 26. Sally Causer Southwark Citizens Advice Bureaux Service 27. Florence Emakpose World of Hope

18 Key discussion points How can we make sure subgroup functions well with Reps? How can Reps systematically listen to and feed back to subgroup? Should there be communication with Reps outside subgroup meetings and how? E.g. 1 hour per subgroup meeting, ad hoc meetings on specific topics as they come up? Online communication? briefings?


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