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© Denbighshire Health, Social Care and Well-Being Partnership TM
© Denbighshire Health, Social Care and Well-Being Partnership Where it all started! Launch of HSWCB Strategy Consultation Health Improvement Theme – Alcohol Awareness Family member used - Ceri Partner organisations involved – Community Safety Partnership, CAIS, Conwy County Borough Council and North Wales Fire and Rescue Service TM Healthy Living Week October 2007
© Denbighshire Health, Social Care and Well-Being Partnership How Ceris Family has been used: Performance Management Engagement/Consultation Needs Assessment Policy Development Training & Induction Impact Assessment PR/Marketing Golden Thread linking all leading strategies and plans Enabling Partnership approaches to develop healthy communities and tackle health inequalities TM
© Denbighshire Health, Social Care and Well-Being Partnership The Familys been busy … Ceris Family Performance Management Framework Multi-agency / Cross Partnership Development of Shared Outcomes – indicators of success Ceris Family Reference Group – Successful recruitment campaign Purpose - to hold Partnership to account 1st meetings took place in December TM
© Denbighshire Health, Social Care and Well-Being Partnership Experience a Day in Social Care – Partnership event for 6th form students (Social Services, local schools / colleges, Careers Wales, voluntary sector, independent sector) New member of family developed through PSI Stakeholder Group – Robert Progressing with lecture module in BA Social Work degree course (Glyndwr / Bangor University) Copyright and Trademark in place TM
© Denbighshire Health, Social Care and Well-Being Partnership Practical uses of Ceris Family Participation by hard to reach groups Engagement and ownership De-personalising issues A safe environment Prompting discussions within families Improving well-being by stealth
© Denbighshire Health, Social Care and Well-Being Partnership A visually appealing message Addressing Health Literacy issues Story-telling and the Arts Low cost sustainability Portfolio opportunities for interested youngsters Potential practical uses of Ceris Family in conjunction with Kartoon Kings TM
© Denbighshire Health, Social Care and Well-Being Partnership TM Recently short-listed for LGC Awards in Health and Well-being Category
© Denbighshire Health, Social Care and Well-Being Partnership Ceris Family has proven to be a low cost, innovative, creative tool that has captured the imagination of a diverse range of individuals including service users and the general public, gaining widespread support. It has an extensive range of applications to further develop and promote joint working, address health inequalities and ensure meaningful engagement with our local communities which will lead to services that improve the health and well-being of the people of Denbighshire. TM
© Denbighshire Health, Social Care and Well-Being Partnership Winner of Community Engagement Category 2009
© Denbighshire Health, Social Care and Well-Being Partnership Copyright Notice. Denbighshire Health, Social Care and Well-Being Partnership own and assert all copyright and moral rights. No part of these documents may be reproduced, stored in an electronic system, emailed, published in any way, whether via the internet or on an organisations intranet without the prior written permission of the Denbighshire Health, Social Care and Well-Being Partnership. © Denbighshire Health, Social Care and Well-Being Partnership (2008) Denbighshire County Council, 64 Brighton Road, Rhyl, LL18 3HP.
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