Community based care – prevention and community coordination
This includes community services that help to protect residents from longer term health or wellbeing problems, including befriending groups, community hubs, falls prevention, and access to wellbeing services.
Community based care – complex care closer to home
This will help to improve recovery following a period of ill health, helping people to be more independent in the long term. Support could include help at home from specialist teams who work in the community, and community rehabilitation.
Promoting good emotional health and well-being
Improving mental health and wellbeing in our communities is a priority. This will help create and improve services for both adults and young people who need emotional health and wellbeing support.
Supporting families to stay together safely, and therapeutic support for care experienced children
Health, social care and education partners will work together with families to help them stay together safely and prevent the need for children to become looked after.
Home from hospital services
Some people will always need treatment in a hospital environment, so this will help people to be discharged and recover at home safely and quickly. It also ensures those who do need acute care can access it easily.
Accommodation based solutions
It's vital people have warm, safe and supportive living environments. This includes developing independent living facilities, organising home adaptions and building accommodation for children with complex needs.