One in four people – that’s 15 million – are living with a long-term condition and are spending a large amount of their own time managing their care and support.

We must find a better way to ensure that people have the right support, knowledge, skills, power – and of course confidence – to do this and live the lives they want.

The Coalition for Collaborative Care brings together people, including people with long-term conditions, and organisations from across the health, social care and voluntary sectors that are committed to making these changes a reality.

Find out more about us and how we plan to do this and how you can get involved.

What we're talking about

Wonderful passionate speech from @marieannedoc if you weren’t already convinced about benefits of… https://t.co/jpib75aJII
- Thursday Jan 17 - 5:32pm

RT @FionaFlowers9: Language is so important- can help or hinder progress. @GarrodGlen acknowledging language can be a barrier to shared un…
- Thursday Jan 17 - 5:30pm

RT @CarolineSpeirs: ‘My patients have taught me so much about what it means 2 be well since we introduced social prescribing. Reveals what…
- Thursday Jan 17 - 5:29pm