Presentation on theme: "Annual Review 2013-14 Pioneering Care Partnership Registered Charity No: 1067888 Company Limited by Guarantee No: 3491237 Pioneering Care Partnership."— Presentation transcript:
Annual Review Pioneering Care Partnership Registered Charity No: Company Limited by Guarantee No: Pioneering Care Partnership
Governance & Staffing PCP is a user led registered charity and company limited by guarantee. An elected Board of Trustees oversee the governance of the organisation supported by a dedicated team of 81 staff and 109 volunteers. During volunteers provided 7863 hours of support worth an ‘in kind’ contribution of almost £50,000
PCP overview Established in 1998 the PCP is a leading third sector organisation focusing on health improvement and reducing health inequalities through building community capacity. During PCP extended it’s geographical reach to serve a wider community across the North East.
PCP Mission and Aim PCPs mission statement is: ‘Health, Wellbeing and Learning for All’ PCP aims to improve health and wellbeing through development and provision of: Services that help people and groups to improve their own health and wellbeing and have greater choice and control Services that tackle health inequalities Locally accessible services in community settings
Pioneering Care Centre PCP manages a fully accessible £3.5m purpose built healthy living centre ‘The Pioneering Care Centre’ (PCC) The PCC provides services at a local level which are accessed by people from the immediate area, sub regionally and regionally. In there were over 296,000 visits to the Centre
A natural therapy suite and hydrotherapy pool Lifestyle and exercise classes Disability projects and activities Community courses and adult learning opportunities Meeting room hire and hospitality services The Mall Coffee Shop A community garden and allotments ‘Colour Your Life Hub’ - Social Prescribing The Pioneering Care Centre:
Partner Services within the PCC NHS clinics, a GP practice and a pharmacy NHS Mental Health Services Macmillan Cancer Information and Support Service House of Eden Children's Nursery Great Aycliffe and Middridge Area Action Partnership Sedgefield and District Citizens’ Advice Bureau Real Lives, Real Choices Advocacy Services Education Centre for Children with Down Syndrome (ECCDS)
Outreach Projects Lifestyle and Health Move4Life - Health Trainer Support Durham Tees Valley Offender Health Trainers Learning Disabilities Health Trainers Alcohol Health Trainers Healthy Hubs – Fishburn, Bowburn and Newton Aycliffe The Life Store, Middlesbrough Local Motion Events and Courses Live Well Take Control Diabetes Project NAASS - Newton Aycliffe Alcohol Self Support Group Cancer Champions
Outreach Projects Employability & Learning Plot to Plate Adult Community Learning Independence and Choice Options - developing independence of people with physical and/or learning disabilities. Health Buddy Scheme – volunteer ‘buddies’ helping people who are isolated Stockton Service Navigation Project
Outreach Projects Mental Wellbeing Colour your Life - Arts on Prescription Sedgefield NHS Primary Care Counselling Services Empowerment and Voice Healthwatch Middlesbrough Healthwatch Stockton-on-Tees Healthwatch Redcar and Cleveland Healthwatch Sunderland.
Highlights GSK Impact Award From 420 applications PCP were runners up in the 2014 National GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) Impact Awards. PCP was praised for understanding the communities we serve, equality and diversity practice, governance and partnership working and our accessible website/information. Environmental Awareness PCP worked hard in 2013/14 to reduce our impact on the environment: CO2e consumption reduced by 19.2% (energy & gas) increased the amount it recycles by 27.11%.
Highlights - Services
Sharon Stokoe Alcohol Health Trainer project OCN Life Changing Learning Award Winner “I was an alcoholic for 9 years, this cost me my family and friends. After being sober for over 2 years I wanted to help people in a similar position so I started training to become a Health Trainer Champion, providing peer support to clients who are accessing Community Alcohol Service (CAS). Winning this award means so much to me.”
Danielle Clothier Options & Options Social Club “Before Options I was spending all my time in the house. Since joining I feel I much happier with my life. I’m seeing my friends and mixing with other people. I attend a gardening project at PCP so I’m enjoying being in the fresh air and seeing things grow.”
Ifeanyi Nwokoro Hydrotherapy Pool “I started coming to hydrotherapy pool following a road traffic accident which left me paralysed from the neck down. The warmth and pressure of the water helps build my muscles, reducing the spasms. Since visiting the pool I have better quality of life, I’m more relaxed and sleep better.”
Lisa McDonnell Live Well: Take Control Diabetes Project “In just 4 sessions I had the knowledge of what foods to eat, exercises to participate in and I have made some other small lifestyle changes that help me manage my condition, hopefully reducing further deterioration. After 3 months my HbA1c reading had significantly reduced as did my BMI, blood pressure and waist measurements!”
Thank you We are grateful to all our service users, partners and commissioners for all their support. Also thanks to all PCP staff, volunteers and trustees for their hard work and commitment, without them we really could not achieve so much!
For more information Please contact: Carol Gaskarth Tel: Follow us on: Facebook: /PCPandCentre Pioneering Care Partnership Registered Charity No: Company Limited by Guarantee No: