The group looked at designing no. 65 Effra Road and came up with some challenges and ideas to over come those challenges.
We need to grow in our workforce, carers and people who use services
Using public sector procurement money to address the social inclusion agenda
To learn more about co-production
Family care and concern (meeting in the home, their clothes, their dieting, their communication)
Develop a carers group within Primary Care
Sharing of ideas to support one another or the person you support.
Home learning project to share ideas and work alongside, connecting with Missing Link Peer Support – sharing feedback
Facilitate COT service users to run their own coffee morning/service user group.
Use existing social networking websites (e.g. Facebook, Google+) to provide virtual meeting place.
Embedding Personal Health Budgets to GPs to give greater choice to service users on the recovery path
Shifting money from secondary care into prevention and Primary Care
Every Pound Counts welfare benefits advice to reach people who are not yet within the MH support system
Publicise Bangadish’s sewing group
Know what Peer Support, who is providing it, how it can accessed and captured
Health whole being events. ‘Being inspired about looking after oneself’.
Find an independent medications advisor, an expert, in person.
An information network for people affected by changes in the Discretionary Freedom pass criteria
Sharing ideas for Peer Support workers