Ppl pwrd health and well-being in annan
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A very brief outline of some work the ALISS did with the SONAS team in Annan (Dumfries) in late 2012-spring 2103

A very brief outline of some work the ALISS did with the SONAS team in Annan (Dumfries) in late 2012-spring 2103

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  • Click on the link at the foot of the slide, to read the ALISS blog post about this
  • Click on the link at the foot of the slide, to read the ALISS blog post about this
  • Click on the link at the foot of the slide, to read the ALISS blog post about this
  • Would thoroughly recommend the two IRISS reports, if you wish to read your way in to this approach generally.

Ppl pwrd health and well-being in annan Ppl pwrd health and well-being in annan Presentation Transcript

  • Uncovering assets in Annan:when we (ALISS) arrived they were in the middle of…• Major (5 yr) area-widechange programme‘Putting you First’• Local CommunityEngagement Team• Desire to be innovative,and to co-produce• Thinking about…– a local information hub– And more
  • Asset-mappinghttp://www.aliss.scot.nhs.uk/index.php/archives/1583
  • Service designhttp://www.aliss.scot.nhs.uk/index.php/archives/1598
  • ‘Adding value to assets’http://www.aliss.scot.nhs.uk/index.php/archives/1654
  • Reflections• Good to feel validated!– “this looks like co-production”• For staff group:– Getting out of your comfort zone…and stayingthere– Busy-ness• Still Early days• Firmity of purpose – keeping things local• Excellent shortbread!
  • Contacts:• Elaine Lamont and SOLAS teamhttp://www.sonashealthimprovement.scot.nhs.uk• ALISShello@aliss.orgFurther materials:• The ALISS Engine, quietly working in the backgroundwww.aliss.org• Happy and healthy in Annanhttp://www.show.scot.nhs.uk/alissdemos/annan/• Similar Asset-mapping approaches elsewhere:– Kirkintiloch – community assetshttp://www.iriss.org.uk/resources/using-assets-approach-positive-mental-health-and-well-being– Personal asset-mappinghttp://www.iriss.org.uk/resources/social-assets-action-evaluation-report?