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Presentation from Lord Victor Adebowale on redefining services at the Services for Later Life conference - July 2012.

Presentation from Lord Victor Adebowale on redefining services at the Services for Later Life conference - July 2012.

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    Services for Later Life: Redefining Services Services for Later Life: Redefining Services Presentation Transcript

    • A change in thinking: redefiningservicesLord Victor Adebowale CBEChief Executive, Turning PointContact 020 7481 7600www.turning-point.co.uk
    • Connected CareWhat is Connected Care?Community led commissioning - involving communities in design and delivery ofservicesA new definition of commissioning - understanding individual and/or communityneeds to build a platform for procurementThe model can focus on whole communities or be adapted to specific groups(Gypsy, Roma Travellers, people with Long Term Conditions and carers are afew examples)Connected Care is about doing things differently
    • Connected CareDevelopment Methodology
    • Connected CareProgress to date and key benefitsProjects undertaken in 14 areas in England - including Basildon, Bolton, Clactonand Jaywick, Hartlepool, Warrington, East Lancashire, East Sussex, London,Norfolk and SuffolkOver 210 community researchers recruited and trainedEngaging a total population size of 150,000Better use of resources - £4 saved for every £1 investedEducation, employment, training opportunities and new social capitalNew community-led social enterprises delivering servicesLocally developed models of integration
    • Connected CareHartlepoolThe pilot aimed to develop more responsive and accessible local services in theOwton wardAn audit of need was conducted by a team of navigators in the areaBenefits and services secured for the community included:An independent living service for vulnerable older people in the communityA supported housing complexA handyman serviceA time bank
    • Connected CareBarnsleyTwo year partnership project with Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council andpartner providersIt aims to build community engagement, set up a new community enterprise totake on delivery of some public services, create employment and make savingsYear 1 – community engagement, service design and developing a baseline forthe current cost of service delivery in the areaYear 2 – set up of community-led integrated neighbourhood servicesThe partnership is based on a risk and gain share basis with the Council
    • A change in thinking: redefiningservicesLord Victor Adebowale CBEChief Executive, Turning PointContact 020 7481 7600www.turning-point.co.ukThank you