Presentation on theme: "Our Place: Wye Update Aims Outcomes Elements Current status Locality requirements Logic chain Operational plan Partners Support & context Key Issues What."— Presentation transcript:
Our Place: Wye Update Aims Outcomes Elements Current status Locality requirements Logic chain Operational plan Partners Support & context Key Issues What next?
Aims The aims are to nurture a more age-inclusive community that is more resilient and responsive to the needs, age and social profile of the parish and stimulates a healthy, caring and sustainable community. Themes: Older People, Employment, Community Cohesion and Engagement, Health and Well Being and Adult Social Care. We focused upon the over 60s originally however we now aim to be proactive in creating intergenerational opportunities and providing services to promote understanding across generations and building a more cohesive supportive community for all ages. We aim to develop a new innovative user-led, localised service or local co-operative.
Outcomes Reducing incidence of loneliness & isolation Supporting people to live as independently as possible Improving effective communication Improving health & well being (nutrition – exercise – purposeful activity) Community cohesion Neighbourly ownership and involvement in providing “services” Reducing avoidable episodes of hospital admission/care services Inward investment of capacity building in employable skills
Elements Community Cafe (food – eating & shopping) Community Hub (Information and Information technology) Networks of support Carers – local employment approach to providing care Intergenerational opportunities Highlight transport
Current Status Approved – Getting Going grant £10,000 Also considered Going Further – grant £7,000 Decisions on Breaking New Ground Aug/Sept Plus 4days relationship Manger And if deemed necessary CBA consultancy
Locality Requirements Logic chain completed by 1 st September Draft Operational Plan for peer review 1 st October
Conditions Local context Policy context What needs to be in place for change to occur? Rationale Evidence & assumptions linking outputs to outcomes & impacts Inputs What resources do you have? Activities What will the partnership do? Outputs What will the partnership provide? Intended Impacts What is the change you want to see? Programme Objectives High level summary of intended outcomes Project: Poplar NCB Intended Outcomes What are you trying to achieve?
A good Operational Plan? Should include: - Context, background and vision - Community involvement undertaken - Priority issues for the community - Your Our Place approach - Business cases including cost benefit analyses - Governance - Implementation Plan
Partners KCC Adult Social Care Commissioners, a member of KCC staff has been assigned to support the project. He is linked to the Ashford NHS CCG and so can effect efficient coordination on this project. The Ashford NHS Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), Ashford Carers, the Wye Surgery, the Patient Participation Group, Action with Communities in Rural Kent, KCC Libraries, and Wye Free School. The Centre for Health Services Studies at the University of Kent has confirmed that they will work in partnership to develop a framework for evaluation for the project.
Support &Context KCC – members roll out NALC case study KCC – Transformation programme NHS integration and merger Care Act 2014 Dementia Awareness Imperial College Village Hall
Key issues Detailed conversations with local people (ideas?) Gather data and information...(private sector) Research Check what people would wish to see what works & what could be better Based upon experience & resilience how do we create a caring, inclusive village for our grandchildren and great grand children?
What next? Working lunch meeting 2/3 weeks Stakeholders group (refer to logic chain) Interest in aspects – Social eating etc) WPs Evaluation – training evaluators – interest? Undertake work streams Amass detailed information Mini seminar – research Convene visioning event September Establish conversations/ engagement programme Establish information & communication programme Record/film process – model for roll out