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Happy and healthy in Ayrshire


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An introduction to asset mapping and ALISS (the national assets catalogue), as part of support for self-management in Ayrshire

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Happy and healthy in Ayrshire

  1. 1. Note to presenters:• Slide 3 provides a menu, which you can use to skip to any given topic(via the little arrow beside its title) and back to base again (via the little‘home’ icon at the top right corner of each slide).• Most of the slides have some notes which might be handy (some includeweb links for further reading). So it might be sensible to have a browsethrough in notes-view before showing.• Several slides include web links, which you can click on in presentationview and go direct to the relevant page. Obviously though, you do needto be connected to the web for this to work!• The web links on slides 10 and 15 point you towards short videos.Some organisations may block staff access. If so, talk nicely to someoneyou know with a Long-Term Condition, and if they have web accessdirect or via an intermediary, they will probably be willing to help(!)
  2. 2. Making Self-Management Support more findable
  3. 3. What I hope to cover today…• What’s the Problem? • ALISS in actionA wee story (stroke club) (a short and silent movie) • Finding and sharing assetsWhat’s an Asset?? It’s about conversations It’s not rocket science (a wee shottie in small groups)• You can do this! (asset-mapping and beyond) • (a local signposting project?)
  4. 4. Patient Portal
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  8. 8. ALISS in Action (1)The Montrose Stroke Club:Some while ago, a GP colleague encountered a man in his surgery waitingroom who was wanting to stick a flyer up there. In conversation, it emergedthat he had just started a stroke club locally and wanted to recruit members –but he was at a bit of a loss for publicity. Graham offered to put basic detailsof the club on ALISS. The club doesn’t have a website, so Graham includedextra details like opening times and contact number.Now it’s top of the list on Google!ALISS helps by working away in the background to increase the findabilityof the Stroke Club. It doesn’t matter that you go via Google. What matters isthat you find the Stroke Club. If you’ve had a stroke and live near Montrose.
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  10. 10. ALISS in Action (2)The technology at work:Here is an opportunity to watch a short (4 mins46 sec) ‘screencast’ of the ALISS Engine beingused to build a local info collection.It’s silent (not everyone has good sound availableon their PC/Laptop) but includes commentary insubtitles.
  11. 11. ALISS engineALISS engineALISS engineALISS engineALISS devolves the 3 keyinformation-service taskscollect itcollect itcollect itcollect it sort itsort itsort itsort it publish itpublish itpublish itpublish it
  12. 12. What are health assets?With thanks to ID&eAFrom: ‘A glass half-full: how an asset approach can improve community health and well-being’
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  16. 16. It all starts with conversations
  17. 17. As part of taking an assets-based approach tocommissioning services for mental health and well-being:• The East Dunbartonshire CHP, with its partneragencies, wanted to involve people with itscommissioning process• So they asked IRISS and Snook to facilitate a seriesof workshops where people talked with each otherabout what kept them well• It’s all written up in detail here:
  18. 18. Here, we were addingnotes to photos of localassets, and keeping tabson any we hadn’t includedyet
  19. 19. During the conversation, looking at aphoto that one of the project team hadtaken of the local canal, one participanttalked about his enjoyment of walkinghere.
  20. 20. Afterwards, wefound a handyweb page
  21. 21. The mention of the canal-bank reminded another participant of the localSeagull trust cruises on the water, which they’d enjoyed…
  22. 22. …which in turn prompted another participant to recall getting chips for their trip…and the ever-friendly staff.
  23. 23. And here’s a webpage for it wefound later. Itmentions thechips!
  24. 24. Asset-mapping• These next slides are some photos andscreen-shots of asset-mapping that we’vebeen involved with• It’s not just about getting the maximumnumber of post-its on the table. Theconversation across the group about theassets is just as if not more important.• It really isn’t rocket science! Really.
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  32. 32. Mapping personal networks. Discussed in helpful detail at:
  33. 33. centrescafeswalksgroupsparksschoolsviewschoirsclasseschurchesgardenscyclingdancing
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  35. 35. What to do once you’ve mapped?• It’s not a one-shot process – everyone hassomething to contribute based upon their ownexperience. So you can run lots of sessions• Yes there’s the maintenance of the information tothink about. Even though it’s more or less just apointer to original resources, this still has to bemaintained.• But one thing that asset-mapping can prepare theground for is ‘people-powered service-design’. Thenext slides show some scenes from an innovationworkshop series we ran.
  36. 36. Open Innovation Workshopspeople were empowered by the design process
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