Presentation on theme: "The future of health and social care in Salford – the next 5 years Partnership presentation by: Salford City Council Salford Clinical Commissioning Group."— Presentation transcript:
The future of health and social care in Salford – the next 5 years Partnership presentation by: Salford City Council Salford Clinical Commissioning Group Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust Greater Manchester West Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust
Health and wellbeing in Salford We want our residents across Salford to be healthy and happy in your day-to-day lives How? By assessing the needs of Salford residents to decide the best way to spend money on health and social care
Our priorities for next 3yrs… 1.Ensure all children have the best start in life and develop well during their early years 2.Local residents achieve and maintain a sense of wellbeing by leading a healthy lifestyle supported by resilient communities 3. All local residents can access quality health and social care and use it appropriately
How do we plan to do this? Bring NHS care into the community Integrate care for older people Strengthen community mental health services
High quality –More care closer to/at home and fewer trips to hospital Safe –More senior consultants at specialist hospitals Accessible –Variation in standards of care reduced Sustainable –Money invested in primary/community care NHS care into the community
How will it work? In-hospitalOut-of-hospital SALFORD AND ACROSS GREATER MANCHESTER SALFORD
Integrated Care for Older People “I can plan my care with people who work together to understand me and my carer(s), allow me control, and bring together services to achieve the outcomes important to me.”
High demand and rising 34,541 people aged 65+, 28% projected increase 1: 14 have dementia and over-represented in acute beds Growth in limiting long-term illness Disability-free life expectancy 2,130 falls related A&E attendances Growth in people living alone: 12,542 in 2011 to 15,998 in 2030
What would be different for Sally Ford and her family? 9 Greater independence Able to live at home longer Reduced isolation Increased opportunities to participate in community groups and local activities Confidence in managing own condition and care Sign-off own care plan and agree who it should be shared with Support to monitor own health Know who to contact when necessary One main telephone contact number for advice and support Increased community support, specialist care available when necessary Access to a named individual to coordinate care and support Support to plan for later stages in life Agreed plan for last year in life
Strengthen community mental health services Commission and provide the best care at the right time, in the right place Promote independent living for as long as possible Prevent unnecessary admissions and delays to discharge Greater Manchester West want your views and feedback on proposals - go to www.gmw.nhs.ukwww.gmw.nhs.uk HOME public consultation: 6 th January 2014 – 30 th March 2014
How will it work? £480k investment every year in home-based treatment and community services £5.86M investment in ‘Centre of excellence’ in Little Hulton for very specialist care of older people with complex needs Extended working hours (9am-8pm Mon-Fri, and 9am-5pm at weekend) for community mental health teams Intensive visits to patients at home up to 3xday HOME public consultation: 6 th January 2014 – 30 th March 2014 – www.gmw.nhs.uk www.gmw.nhs.uk
To recap…. I keep myself well I remain at home longer I have co-ordinated support where I live I make decisions about my future My information is shared to make sure I have the best possible care and do not have to keep repeating myself Why are we improving our health and care services? You and your needs will be at the heart of your care
Your turn! Do you have questions? How do you think we can make things better? Are there any particular groups you think can be affected by these changes?
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