Person Centred Care 2020: Calls and contributions from health and social care charities

National Voices, the health and care charity coalition, has set out demands for genuinely person centred care. It warns that services are increasingly fragmented and underfunded, with too little voice for patients and families, and says that fully involving people in decisions is the key to improvement.

New mental health resource to describe what personalised, coordinated care and support looks like

Personalised, coordinated care in mental health services should consider “who I am, what’s important to me, how I wish to be supported and how people behave with me” – according to a new resource launched today by Think Local Act Personal (TLAP) and National Voices.

No Assumptions – A Narrative for Personalised, Coordinated Care and Support in Mental Health” describes the critical outcomes and success factors in the care, support and treatment of people who use mental health services, from their perspective.

How to Make Person Centred Care Happen: Evidence Launched

National Voices, the health and care charity coalition, is launching a new set of take-away resources which set out the best ways to engage people and make person centred care happen.

Called Evidence for Person Centred Care, this rich set of resources is designed to make it easy for commissioners and providers to access, understand and make use of the best evidence for various approaches to involving people in their health and healthcare.

Five ‘simple guide’ booklets can be quickly downloaded to use in making value cases for patient and service user involvement.

National Voices responds to the launch of the care and support consultation

National Voices, the health and care charity coalition, has responded to the consultation on the Care Act regulations and guidance, which was launched today. 

Laura Robinson, Policy and Communications Advisor at National Voices said: 

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