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  • Main Title 3 pt Subtitle 28 pt No Speech but Lots to Say!! Kristina Atkins & Steve Carroll ACE Centre North Sue O’Brien ACE Centre Advisory Trust
  • No Speech but Lots to Say!!
    • 3 year project
    • Commenced April 2006
    • Funded by the Department of Health Section 64
    • Delivered jointly by the two Centres
    • Across 6 regions
    • National Project
  • No Speech but Lots to Say! Newcastle Liverpool Oldham Nottingham Oxford Milton Keynes
  • Project Objectives
    • Identify and engage a minimum of 8 participants from each of the six regions
    • Individuals who have
      • Little or no speech
      • Long term neurological condition
      • Keen to influence service provision
    • Comment on the National Service Framework for Long Term Neurological Conditions
  • Project Objectives
    • Identify and engage Health and Social Care policy makers
    • Secure their ongoing commitment
      • Consulting with the service user group on the implementation of the NSF for LTNC
      • Creation of an implementation group to be sustainable beyond the life of the project
  • Outcomes
    • Consultation / Involvement Toolkit
      • A working set of principles and guidelines
      • To engage hard to reach groups of people
        • Little or no speech
      • Sustainable consultation groups
        • Service users
        • Service provider
        • Information highway
  • NS Wa National Service Framework
  • National Service Framework
    • Launched in 2005
    • 10 year implementation plan
    • Raise standards of treatment
    • Promote quality life
    • Promote independence
    • Improve support across Health and Social Services
  • NSF 11 Quality Requirements
    • A person Centred Service
    • Early recognition followed by prompt diagnosis and treatment
    • Emergency & specialist rehabilitation
    • Early and specialist rehabilitation
    • Community rehabilitation and support
    • Vocational rehabilitation
    • Equipment and accommodation
    • Personal care and support
    • Palliative care
    • Support for family and carers
    • Care during admission to hospital or other health and social care settings
  • Background
    • 10 million people across the UK have a neurological condition
    • Some conditions are present from birth
    • Others caused by illness or injury account for 20% of all acute hospital admissions
    • 3 rd most common reason for a GP visit
    • Hundreds of neurological conditions
  • Background
    • Over 150,000 people have a stroke every year
    • 1 in 4 women and 1 in 12 men will suffer a migraine throughout their lives
    • Over 5000 people live with MND
    • 1 in 500 people are diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease
  • Background
    • Approx 350,000 people across the UK need help with daily living as a result of a neurological condition
    • 850,000 people care for someone with a neurological condition
  • How ???
  • Information Questionnaire Representation
  • Ways to participate…… Email Home Visit Telephone Post Consultation
  •  
  • Questionnaire developed to:
    • Find out views on current services from:
    • People with a neurological condition and a communication impairment
    • Participants families
    • Participants carers
  • Participation
    • Questionnaire needs support
      • Talking mats
      • Communication Aids
      • Symbol support
      • Family members
      • ACE team members
      • Speech Therapist
    • Most people prefer to be consulted face to face, with a family member present
    • Developed to discuss issues and express opinions
    • Topic
    • Options
    • Visual scale
    • ( Joan Murphy, AAC Research Unit,
    • Stirling University)
    • [email_address]
    Talking Mats
  • What made GOOD for you? hospital
  • What made BAD for you? hospital
  • Adapted questionnaire page Provided Provided Provided Provided
  • About the participants
    • So far questionnaires completed by participants and their families, conditions include:-
      • Cerebral Palsy
      • Stroke
      • Parkinsons Disease
      • Multiple Sclerosis
      • Huntingdon’s Disease
      • Friedreich’s Ataxia
      • Neurferritinopathy
      • Undiagnosed Brain Disease
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  • Oldham
    • Engaged the local support groups
    • Joint working with the PCT and Local Authority
    • Official recognition for the NSF for LTNC with an allocated program and resources
    • Implementation Group
    • Have your Say Day!
    • Good links with the GMNA
  • Consultation Event Lunch Massage Celebrity memorabilia raffle Socialise Relax
  •  
  • Raising the profile
  • Liverpool
    • Visited local support groups and Health Care Professionals
    • CALL UP and Anita Williams SALT
    • Significant numbers involved
    • Received completed questionnaires and started to collate the findings
    • ‘ Have your Say Day’! Feedback
    • Looking to implement the NSF Group
  • Consultation Event
  • Consultation Event
  • North East
    • Both professionals and Service Users have engaged
    • Massive interest in the Project
    • Fantastic Neurological network
    • Invited to be a member of the Neurological Alliance
    • Invited to speak at the Alliance’s regional Conference and various others
  • Whickham Villa
  • Milton Keynes
    • Visited local support groups
    • Health Care Professionals
    • Commissioner for LTNC involved
    • Received completed questionnaires and started to collate the findings
    • Number of professionals hoping to use our questionnaire to gain feedback about their own services
  • Oxford
    • Visited local support groups and Health Care Professionals, including SLT
    • Targetted hospitals and patient liaison groups
    • Significant numbers involved
    • Good liaison with family members
    • Received completed questionnaires and started to collate the findings
    • Sharing of information about assistive technology needs
  • Nottingham
    • Visited local support groups and Health Care Professionals
    • Number of similar projects running in this area
    • Good support from societies such as Multiple Sclerosis Society
    • Beginning to receive completed questionnaires
    • Continuing to make contacts
  • Feedback from:
    • Participants
    • Family members and/or carers
    • Professionals
    • Many positive comments about current services but the following highlight where changes need to be made
  • Comments from participants (1)
    • Participants comments:
    • Although there is some funding available for care, I pay for private care
    • I got lots of support initially but this soon petered out. I rely heavily on family and friends
    • I was given little advice or support to keep my business going
  • Comments from participants (2)
    • In my area there are lots of services for people with learning difficulties, but I am not able to access them
    • Am on a waiting list to get my hoist serviced, it will take 6 months
    • I am on a waiting list for physiotherapy, I need to keep exercising to maintain my mobility
  • Comments from families and/or carers (1)
    • In the immediate event of a stroke:
    • There should be a family liaison expert available in hospital
    • Family involvement should be encouraged
    • There should be a basic symbol/photo chart available for care, personal and social needs
    • Alphabet charts should be provided
  • Comments from families and/or carers (2)
    • Support for family members:
    • There was no central place to ask about welfare rights and benefits
    • There wasn’t any immediate support for emotional wellbeing
    • No advice about talking on behalf of policy holders – access denied
    • Not much information given at diagnosis
  • Comments from professionals
    • Great project but we are being asked to audit our own services, too many questionnaires around the NSF. Needs to be ‘joined up’ thinking
  • Comments from professionals
    • Onset of neurological condition is a very traumatic time for person and family, need to feel have support as when needed. This doesn’t always happen for a variety of reasons. Often family has to be proactive.
    • MND Society has more funding than other, lesser known, neurological conditions so easier to borrow equipment
    • Adult Speech Therapy services often have restricted funding for specialist communication equipment
  • Outcomes
    • Good anecdotal information from group discussions
    • Many positive comments about services but some things do need to be changed
    • PCT’s and Local Authorities are working in partnership
    • Raising the profile of neurological services
  • Self Sustaining Groups
  • Social Network
  • No Speech but Lots to Say in the Future!!!!
    • Seeking additional funding to continue to 2015
    • ACE Centres to continue working relationships with the PCT, LA and Neurological Alliances
    • Consultation Toolkit
    • Implementation Groups to oversee the process
  • Dissemination
    • Results of Questionnaire
    • Consultation Toolkit
    • Communication Matters
    • NAEP
    • ACE Centres Network Days
    • LTNC Website
    • PCT & Local Authorities
    • Regional conferences
  • Questions
  • Contact Details
    • Kristina Atkins
    • [email_address]
    • Steve Carroll
    • [email_address]
    • Sue O’Brien
    • [email_address]