Presentation on theme: "An initiative of the Think Local Act Personal Partnership"— Presentation transcript:
1 An initiative of the Think Local Act Personal Partnership Developing the power of strong, inclusive communities to boost health and well-being for allAn initiative of the Think Local Act Personal PartnershipJaimee
2 The Building Community Capacity Project Initially (from 2009) to help build social capital into strategies for transforming social care
3 ActivityWorking together and sharing learning: 20 places have helped to shape thisSpreading best practice - 50 case studiesWebsite atSome work on measuring social capital and cost effectiveness
4 Next - support HWB boards Encourage and help health and well-being boards to support the inclusion and maximise the contribution of older and disabled people in local communitiesSupport HWB boards to help people avoid delay or reduce unnecessary use of acute/long term health and social care via building social capital
5 ApproachOctober: Provide HWBs with a draft framework for strategy and activity to build social capital, linking to examples and evidenceOct-April: Support an exemplar group of HWBs to use the draft framework/its elements in developing and implementing local plansWork in synergy with other initiatives and offers (LGA, regional networks etc.)
6 ApproachShare developing learning via web-resources, regional HWB and personalisation networks, work with Public Health EnglandApril Finalise and disseminate framework via DH (Active Communities Development Group), LGA etc.2014/5 subject to resources phase 2: further delivery support via regional networks and programmes
7 Work with Exemplars Recruit 6-12 HWBs (by October) Local facilitated and co-productive review and planning session using framework and TLAP tools in context of local HWB strategyLocal use of agreed level of consultancy support based on initial planEvidence support via LSEFacilitate peer supportWeb-based forum for exchange and good practiceWork in other TLAP and partner offersRegional elements?
8 ExpectationsExemplar HWBs will sign up at cross agency senior level to use the framework co-productively and incorporate elements into local strategyHWBs will cover local costs (venues etc.)Action agreed at planning session will take place October-AprilOutcomes and activity reported into programme by April 2014
9 The draft framework Developed by Clive Miller and Catherine Wilton
11 Focus and format of a framework Enabling the development of strong and inclusive communities and the importance of this as an integral part of Health and Wellbeing StrategiesThe benefits of re-designing and tailoring public services so that professional expertise complements people’s own lived experience The critical role that Heath and Wellbeing Boards can play in enabling more effective coproduction of outcomesSignposting evidence and examples of the community based approachFormatWeb basedUse of links – to enable the framework to be of use to both novices and those with experience in community capacity building and coproduction
12 Key contentsSection 1: Making the case for a strengths and assets based approach to boosting Health and Well BeingExplaining – the asset based approach to community development and the strengths based approach to effective coproductive service redesignThe evidence – improvements in health and well being and consequent savings from investmentKey policy drivers and initiatives – to enable the new approach including: the care and Support Bill; TLAP’s Making It Real; the National Collaboration for Integrated Care and Support.
13 Section 2: What Health and Wellbeing Boards can do A. Focus on both assets and needs – e.g. use of bottom up community asset mapping processes to inform JSNAs.B. Provide community and cross-sector leadership - to challenge and change current practice within their own sectors and work across sectors.C. Promoting a vision and shaping the strategy – using Making It Real’s ‘I’ statements; building the strengths and assets approach into all aspect of the core agenda of the HWB.D. Shape priorities around building stronger communities and maximising co-production – the priority criteria HWBs might use to decide when, where and in what to invest to enable the new approach.E. Co-ordinate cross-sector investment – and invest in portfolios of approaches that both deliver the improved outcomes and net out gains across sectors.F. Evaluate and share the learning – in terms of improved outcomes and lived experience; culture change and savings