A key focus of Local Area Coordination is about building positive relationships and partnerships with individuals, families, communities and services to support local people to build and pursue their vision for a good life as active, valued and contributing citizens within their local communities.
We are really excited to be part of a collaboration with partners to put together a paper that shows how community approaches can help people live a good healthy life and make good use of public money.
The paper has examples and case studies on different ways of locally and nationally that support people to live good lives in good places.
The Inclusive Change Partnership includes Community Catalysts, In Control, Inclusive Neighbourhoods, Inclusion North and Shared Lives Plus. The partnership worked with NHS England; Think Local, Act Personal; the Coalition for Collaborative Care, and user led org CHANGE in producing this report.
Our thanks to our partners for this opportunity to be part of this conversation.
You can read the paper here.