Lydia Bailey - Learning Disabilities at Midland Heart
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  • 1. Care & Support –Learning Disability ServicesKey Achievements of Innovation inHousing and HealthLydia BaileyHead of Learning Disability & Mental Health
  • 2. Our Inspiration We provide long-term care and support to people with a learning disability and therefore have real potential to make a difference in their lives Our core values and aims are: - Increasing choice in housing, support and valued activities - Increasing the choice and control that people have over all aspects of their lives - Using innovation to do things differently
  • 3. Our Impact1. Improving health and wellbeing outcomes by: • The effective management of long term conditions • Increasing the number of people who have their own home and a stable packages of support • In one contract we have increased the number of people who are in settled accommodation from 10 to 46 in three years2. Offering Improved value for money by: • The right model of housing and support • The right staff with the right skills • A willingness to do things differently • In one contract we have increased the number of support hours each week from 3653 to 4288 (+575) within the same budget3. Working in Partnership to deliver improved outcomes: • Working with clinicians and social care practitioners • Working with other service provides to deliver holistic provision • We have enabled people to remain in their own home after a diagnosis of dementia
  • 4. Our Inspiration – going forwardWe now want to: • Develop creative ways to engage more effectively with our customers and their families – including people who are non-verbal • Enable individual customers to be as independent as possible • Help customers self manage their Long Term Conditions (diabetes, epilepsy etc.) • Develop new and innovative housing models which enable people to be more independent