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My pathway into palliative care
I want to talk to someone about how I’m feeling.
St. Joseph’s Hospice
A charity supporting people
in East & North London
who are living with a life
limiting or terminal il...
Working in partnership;
Making links between palliative care
and learning disability services

Jason Davidson – Senior Soc...
Working in partnership
So what did we do?
• The idea – Mickey Mouse
• The project – We met with local commissioners in our
core boroughs to talk ...
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•
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We then had a launch day
We rolled out a training programme in both services
We held a carers event
Established a...
A model of joint education;
2 hour workshop
•

3 teams – LD team, CPCT and HPCT

•

Started with team presentations

•

Se...
Remember: In some situations partnership
working is a must!
J Davidson, 2011, The Pathway to Palliative Care
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  1. 1. My pathway into palliative care
  2. 2. I want to talk to someone about how I’m feeling.
  3. 3. St. Joseph’s Hospice A charity supporting people in East & North London who are living with a life limiting or terminal illness. • Serving a population of approx. 2 million people • Diverse communities • Commitment to the needs of the poor
  4. 4. Working in partnership; Making links between palliative care and learning disability services Jason Davidson – Senior Social Worker
  5. 5. Working in partnership
  6. 6. So what did we do? • The idea – Mickey Mouse • The project – We met with local commissioners in our core boroughs to talk through our idea’s and evidence the need to develop relationships between ld services and palliative care services. We managed to secure funding from 2 out of the 3 boroughs we spoke to. • We commissioned a public health doctor who completed a needs assessment in one of the boroughs.
  7. 7. • • • • We then had a launch day We rolled out a training programme in both services We held a carers event Established a library of resources • Presentations to 2 other London boroughs. Who have both now set up EoLC working groups. • Spoke at an NHS London conference and sat on a consultation group for NEoLCP who produced Routes to Success publication.
  8. 8. A model of joint education; 2 hour workshop • 3 teams – LD team, CPCT and HPCT • Started with team presentations • Setting the context and working with a case study • Using a resource specifically designed for a person who has a learning disability – ‘When I die’ document • Feedback and contact list • However, 5 question evaluation was difficult.
  9. 9. Remember: In some situations partnership working is a must!
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