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Why person-centred 
collaborative care is 
important and what it 
involves
Our vision for the future 
There is an increasing recognition of the great 
potential for new and better ways for people’s...
How do we plan to do this? 
We want to create the right 
conditions for this to flourish, 
through: 
• Workforce developme...
How do we plan to do this? 
It is about supporting and nurturing a powerful 
movement for change amongst practitioners, 
p...
How do we plan to do this? 
• We will play an important part in key developments that will shape the future of health 
suc...
Creating sustainable impact 
There is an opportunity to make a real 
difference to the lives of people with long-term 
con...
TLAP and C4CC 
• The role TLAP has played, initially in social care has inspired the development of C4CC 
• TLAP has broad...
Working together 
Accordingly we have started to explore some 
of the areas where synergy makes real sense 
and spot joint...
Introduction to the Coalition for Collaborative Care at TLAP conference
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Introduction to the Coalition for Collaborative Care at TLAP conference

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These slides are from a presentation at the Think Local Act Personal conference on 26th November 2014. The slides and short film provide an introduction to the Coalition for Collaborative Care and its vision for a better deal for people with long-term conditions.

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Introduction to the Coalition for Collaborative Care at TLAP conference

  1. 1. Why person-centred collaborative care is important and what it involves
  2. 2. Our vision for the future There is an increasing recognition of the great potential for new and better ways for people’s expertise to come together to ensure improved outcomes for people with long-term conditions. But also frustration that the promising practice that can be seen in patches around the country is not becoming mainstream practice quickly enough. We want to change this and work with those determined to move person-centred collaborative care from the margins, to the centre of practice and experience.
  3. 3. How do we plan to do this? We want to create the right conditions for this to flourish, through: • Workforce development • Providing powerful evidence • Identifying and pulling system levers to drive positive change in practice
  4. 4. How do we plan to do this? It is about supporting and nurturing a powerful movement for change amongst practitioners, people living with long-term conditions, their family carers and the wider community. Ensuring this ‘movement’ has the tools, connections and support it needs. And that people with long-term conditions and their family carers are at the heart of this.
  5. 5. How do we plan to do this? • We will play an important part in key developments that will shape the future of health such as the Integrated Personal Commissioning Programme • We will look for all opportunities to get significant support targeted to those local systems showing clear commitment to transform practice. This includes support to the people with long-term conditions so they are able to contribute to this movement • We will support our members to become better informed, to link together and develop their ability to have positive local impact and we will consult with members on how best to do this
  6. 6. Creating sustainable impact There is an opportunity to make a real difference to the lives of people with long-term conditions. But for deep, large-scale, sustainable change to happen we need to creative a collective, powerful movement. We already have a strong group of national partner organisations and we’ll be actively encouraging additional partners and members to join. To find out how you can join us and help make person-centred care a reality for people with long-term conditions, visit our website at: www.coalitionforcollaborativecare.org.uk
  7. 7. TLAP and C4CC • The role TLAP has played, initially in social care has inspired the development of C4CC • TLAP has broadened its role into health reflecting the need for personalisation to happen across public services • C4CC’s roots are in health – work done in recent years to develop different and more useful relationships between health professionals and people with long term conditions and to show how people themselves can take greater charge of their health in their communities. C4CC sees an opportunity to bring organisations and people from the health world into much greater engagement with social care
  8. 8. Working together Accordingly we have started to explore some of the areas where synergy makes real sense and spot joint projects and initiatives flowing from this. At this stage we are planning together in several areas: • The Integrated Personal Commissioning programme • Person centred care and support planning • Health and Well Being Board Framework • Implementation of the integration elements of the Care Act In order to maximise impact at regional and local level we will also be exploring opportunities to make mutual use of regional events, networks and connections We will be exploring areas of mutual interest in influencing policy and policy delivery For both alliances co-production is core to design and delivery of our work and we will aim to connect up here too.

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