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Universal one size fits all services

by Alsasha Bhat | 5 months ago | in What to stop
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Ensuring we think about who is receiving our service, what they have told us already and why they need the service. This differs and while we use a framework, we can flex and adapt within that to ensure service is delivered to meet their needs and not the organisation set convenience of how we want to deliver. We’ve worked in partnership with communities to deliver a range of support.

Going forward we need to stop thinking everyone must come to us. That everyone should receive one type of mental health support. Working in partnership offers us the opportunity to provide support to meet needs and build community resilience. It also means we don’t offer one type of support in a linear way, but a blend, ranging from peer support to crisis risk support in a way that focuses on the person. 

Should this be stopped or restarted in a different way? If you think it should be restarted in a different way then how would you change it from before?

edited on Jul 13, 2020 by Kyle Beacham
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Greta McLachlan 5 months ago

Status labels added: Choice, Collaboration, Information Sharing, Pathway Redesign, Patient Activation, Prim/Sec/Com Integration, Reduced Bureaucracy, Referral Pathway Redesign, Regional Collaboration, Shared Decision Making, Social Prescribing, Staff & Patient Collaboration, Supported Self-Management, Things To Stop, Upskilling Of Staff, Horizon 3

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Greta McLachlan 5 months ago

The idea has been progressed to the next milestone.

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Kyle Beacham 4 months ago

Status labels removed: Choice, Collaboration, Information Sharing, Pathway Redesign, Patient Activation, Prim/Sec/Com Integration, Reduced Bureaucracy, Referral Pathway Redesign, Regional Collaboration, Shared Decision Making, Social Prescribing, Staff & Patient Collaboration, Supported Self-Management, Things To Stop, Upskilling Of Staff

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