Our Time is a timebanking project run by Richmond Fellowship and Timebanking UK which aims to tackle the social isolation faced by adults in Liverpool who live with mental health problems. The project supports individuals to engage with their local community, access services and rebuild their confidence through timebanking.
The Coalition for Personalised Care, which was previously known as the Coalition for Collaborative Care, is re-launching today as C4PC. The partnership is launching its new brand under the new leadership of Heidi Wright and Kim Ryley as co-chairs.
The Leadership for Personalised Care Team deliver an effective service providing support across the Personalised Care Group and Leadership Academy, to implement the leadership for personalised care work programme.
The Peer Leadership Development Programme is an innovative online personal development programme for people with lived experience who are committed to working with the system to shape and influence how personalised care is delivered. It launches in October 2020.
In this article, The Year of Care team share how, together with practice teams, they have worked out how the nuts and bolts of care and support planning can be successfully adapted during the pandemic, including remote video and telephone ‘conversations’.
As a young person Meg Lewis experienced a traumatic childhood. She spent many years in and out of hospital, ending with a lengthy, four-and-a-half-year stay at a specialist mental health unit. She shares her story after receiving support from Shared Lives.