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Engaging and Empowering Communities: A Shared Commitment and Call to Action

C4CC partner, Think Local, Act Personal is launching  a commitment and call to action on Engaging and Empowering Communities today at National Children & Adults Services Conference in Manchester. Engaging and Empowering Communities: A Shared Commitment and Call to Action provides a persuasive case for working collaboratively to create strong and empowered communities, which is a key aspect of the Coalition’s ‘three Cs’.

New Campaign Launched to Improve Health Care Through Better Conversations

Research shows that people often don’t take their medications or change their lifestyles after after visiting a doctor or a nurse, while only about 60 per cent of people feel they are sufficiently involved in decisions about their care. A campaign is being launched to tackle this issue and improve the way in which health professionals and people talk.

Shared Learning Workshops with National Voices and Macc

National Voices’ Wellbeing Our Way programme and Macc are hosting two Greater Manchester POW WOWs (shared learning workshops) bringing together people working in charities, wider health and care organisations, and those with lived experience to develop approaches which enable people to live well. Read more

New Partnership for Shared Lives Plus and NHS England

C4CC partners, Shared Lives Plus and NHS England, are delighted to announce a new partnership to expand Shared Lives in the healthcare sector. Read more

Leadership For Empowered and Healthy Communities Programme Recruiting Now

Following the continued success of the Leadership for Empowered and Healthy Communities programme, new dates have been announced for the next cohort. Read more

Two Exciting Grant Opportunities On Metrics and Financial Modelling for Person-Centred Care

Together with NHS England, we are inviting submissions from organisations to work on two key areas of person-centred care – financial modelling and the use of metrics. The deadline for applications is Monday 21 December 2015 and the decision on the successful bids will be made week commencing 4 January 2016. Read more

C4CC at National Children and Adult Services Conference (NCAS) 2015

On Wednesday 14 October  to Friday 16 October 2015, the C4CC hub team will be at the National Children and Adult Services Conference (NCAS) 2015 at Bournemouth International Centre. We’ll be at the NHS England stand, hosting two sessions on person-centred care and people-powered health. Read more

C4CC Newsletter – Issue 08

Our latest newsletter is available for you to read now – this month we have updates from partners including RCGP, Skills for Care, NHS England Long-Term Conditions team, Timebanking UK and many more. We also have a new discussion paper on system levers – take a look now. Read more

New Publication and Webinar from the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP)

The Clinical Innovation and Research Centre at the RCGP launched their new guidance: ‘Stepping Forward: commissioning principles for collaborative care and support planning’ at this year’s annual conference. Read more.

C4CC Newsletter – Issue 07

Our latest newsletter is available for you to read now – including news and information from C4CC and our partners. Read more

C4CC at NHS Health and Care Innovation Expo 2015

The Coalition for Collaborative Care will have a strong presence at this year’s NHS Health and Care Innovation Expo 2015. We are involved in two sessions, focused on creating a better deal for people with long-term conditions and we have a stand (number seven), where people can come and learn more about the work we are currently doing, our plans for the future, and how they can help.

Building Community Capacity – Regional Events

Our partner, Think Local Act Personal, is working with C4CC, Public Health England, NHS England and NHS Alliance to provide a series of regional events on the topic of building community capacity. Read more

C4CC Welcomes Influential New Partners to Strengthen Our Alliance for Change

The Coalition for Collaborative Care (C4CC) has almost tripled its partnership strength in just five months. Read more

C4CC Newsletter – April 2015

We have just issued our latest newsletter – packed full of news and information from the Coalition and more. Read more

A moment of opportunity: a new blog from Martin Routledge

We have just published a blog by our director, Martin Routledge, on ‘Person-centred care and support – a moment of opportunity’. This is a two part blog which looks at the opportunities to build on the strengths of the NHS, but only if they are taken. Read more

C4CC extends it’s reach

The New Year has brought fresh opportunities for the Coalition to extend its reach and grow the national movement towards a better deal for people with long term conditions. We attended the Long-Term Conditions Conference  on 22nd January 2015 to run a session focusing on the Coalition’s present and future work. Read more

Janet’s story: life with a personalised care plan

To support last week’s launch of the C4CC/NHSE Personalised Care and Support Planning Handbook, the Coalition spoke to Janet Brown, who has multiple long-term conditions. Janet told us of her story of life with and without a personalised care plan. Read more

Personalised Care and Support Planning Handbook Launched

The Coalition for Collaborative Care and NHS England have launched a new handbook focussing on new ways of working to provide the best care for people with long term conditions.
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New care and support planning resources available

Today, the Think Local Act Personal (TLAP) Partnership publishes new advice for councils on meeting Care Act 2014 requirements to ensure people lead the development of their own care and support plans.  This complements the care and support planning animation published by the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) on Friday and the Coalition for Collaborative Care/NHS England handbook to be published later this week.
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