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Issue details

Joint Vision for Older People's Health and Social Care in York

Purpose of report: The vision will require health and social care commissioners to work together to understand need, define service requirements and use resources. Through this they should give health and social care professional the ability to work more collaboratively across traditional boundaries and provide more integrate care for older people in the city. This is proposed as a five year vision. Improvements should be delivered progressively but begin immediately.

Members are asked to: To agree the vision and strategic outcomes within the vision.

Decision type: Non-key

Decision status: For Determination

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Implication: Equalities;

Level of Risk: 04-08 Regular monitoring required;

Decision due: 27/07/10 by Executive Member for Health & Adult Social Services

Lead member: Councillor Jonathan Morley cllr.jmorley@york.gov.uk

Lead director: Corporate Director of Children, Education and Communities

Department: Directorate of Adults, Children & Education

Contact: Kathy Clark, Assistant Director (Commissioning and Partnerships) Email: kathy.clark@york.gov.uk Email: kathy.clark@york.gov.uk.

Consultation process

The vision was developed in consultation with health commissioners. Key stakeholders were invited to two workshops. The vision has been considered by the Older People's Partnership Board.

Consultees

Representatives from: Older People's Assembly, Carers Forums, GPs, York Hospital Foundation Trust, Voluntary Sector, Care Managers, Community Health services

Making Representations: N/A

Documents

  • Committee Report for Joint Vision for Older People's Health and Social Care in York  

 

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