With a growing waiting list of more than 5 million people across health and care services in England Wales, the Coalition for Personalised Care has launched work to draw together best practice from across the country in tackling the treatment backlog which developed as a result of the pandemic.
A report launched today shares fascinating insight into what good personalised care and support looks like for people in ethnically diverse communities. The report, published by Think Local Act Personal, showcases the practices and experiences of fourteen organisations across England.
This report aims to find good examples of personalised care and community-based support for people from ethnically diverse communities.
This report shares the experiences of just some of the people that Alzheimer’s Society and Future Health have been working with; their stories and how their life has been impacted by their experience of social care.
For Joe receiving a Personal Health Budget and working with Thurrock mental health services meant access to music tuition, a boost in confidence and feeling more relaxed.
This guideline describes good patient experience for babies, children and young people, and makes recommendations on how it can be delivered.
As the Coalition diversifies, enhancing representation across communities, we’re pleased to welcome Harrogate Skills 4 Living Centre (HS4LC) as a new partner of C4PC. HS4LC has been charity for 25 years, supporting people living with learning disabilities and autism.
This report, commissioned by The Richmond Group of Charities Taskforce on Multiple Conditions, identifies a series of key questions and opportunities for change through stories of lived experience and is designed to support the plans and actions of people delivering health and care services alongside others who can make a difference for people living with multiple conditions.