Describing person-centred care (I statements)

A narrative for person-centred coordinated care

 

This narrative describes what good quality integrated care looks like, from the point of view of anyone who needs access to multiple services over time. Created with the help of Think Local Act Personal (TLAP), and working with service users, carers, charities, commissioners and professionals, it was adopted as a national definition for integrated care by all the system leading bodies in England, including the Department of Health in a national 'Shared commitment' document.

National Voices responds to the House of Commons Health and Social Care Committee’s report on integrated care.

The House of Commons Health and Social Care Committee has published the report of their Inquiry into integrated care.

Amongst other things, the Committee recommends ring-fenced funding to transform care, a national...

National Voices responds to a National Audit Office report criticising a lack of progress towards integrated health and care services.

The National Audit Office has published a report criticising the lack of progress towards integrated health and care services. The authors conclude that the government’s plan for integrated health and...

Harri Weeks

No assumptions

This is the second of National Voices' narratives on person-centred coordinated care. This narrative has been jointly published by National Voices and Think Local Act Personal, developed in partnership with NHS England through its voluntary sector Strategic Partners Programme. It describes some critical outcomes and success factors in the care, support and treatment of people who use mental health services, from their perspective.

I'm Still Me

This is the third of National Voices' narratives on person-centred coordinated care. This narrative describes the way older people want high quality coordinated care to support them, from their perspective. 

Every Moment Counts

This is the fourth of National Voices' narratives on person- centred coordinated care. This narrative has been jointly published by National Voices and the National Council for Palliative Care. The narrative describes some critical outcomes and success factors in end of life care, support and treatment, from the perspective of the people who need that care, and their carers and families.

My life, my support, my choice

This is the fifth of National Voices' narratives on person- centred coordinated care. In this narrative, National Voices and Think Local Act Personal (TLAP) describes some outcomes and success factors in the care and support of children and young people with complex lives, from their perspective and that of the people who are important to them. 

On Thursday 22 October National Voices’ Policy Director Don Redding gave the keynote address at a national forum in Madrid, to health and social care leaders drawn from Spain’s 18 autonomous regions. Don's presentation focussed on the experience of person centred coordinated care, in order to...

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