Get involved in re-designing community health services

Get involved in re-designing community health services

 

Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCG) in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland, the people who plan and buy health services, have started a conversation with people asking them about their experiences of community health services including  community nursing, intensive community support services and therapies.

Over the last three months we have been gathering people’s real experience of community services provided by Leicester Partnership NHS Trust, whether they are patients, carers, and health and care professionals. 

We would like to share with you what we have learnt so far about experiences of the service and what matters most to people.  We would also like to tell you about other work that has been happening to review community services and how all of this information is contributing and influencing our thinking about how services could look in the future. 

We will be offering many opportunities over the coming weeks for you to get involved.  Initially we have pleasure in inviting you to attend one of six “interactive workshops’ being held around Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland:

Monday 11th February 2019, 2.00pm – 4.00pm, Wycliffe Rooms, 27 George Street, Lutterworth, LE17 4ED

Tuesday 12th February 2019, 6.00pm – 8.00pm – NSPCC National Training Centre, 3 Gilmour Close, Beaumont Leys, LE4 1EZ

Tuesday 26th February 2019, 6.00pm – 8.00pm – Rutland County Council,  Catmose House, Catmose Street, Oakham LE15 6HP

Wednesday 27th February, 6.00pm – 8.00pm - Heartwood Conference Centre, Rothley House, Coalville Business Park, Coalville, LE67 3NR

Tuesday 5th March 2019, 2.00pm – 4.00pm, Holiday Inn, 299 Leicester Road Wigston Fields, Leicester LE18 1JW

Wednesday 6th March 2019, 2.00pm – 4.00pm, Leicestershire Voluntary Action, 9 Newarke Street, Leicester LE1 5SN

 

 

The events are the opportunity for anyone who has an interest in getting involved in designing future community services to get involved – staff working in acute or community settings, social care staff, domiciliary care workers, GPs, care home staff, patients and family carers receiving or with an interest in community care and people working in voluntary and community organisations.  We also hope that we can welcome to the event the patients, family carers and health and care professionals who participated in the research.  

During the event we will work together with you to share our insights and hear how they resonate with you.  We will also talk through our proposals for community services and ask for your views.

The outcome of the workshops will assist the CCGs to put together a future plan of what community services should look like to ensure they are integrated with other health and care services care and improve the outcomes and health and wellbeing of patients and their family carers.

We would be delighted to welcome you to one of the workshops.  We do expect the events to be popular, but appreciate that booking may be difficult, but we would be grateful if you could register in advance by calling 0116 295 4104 to reserve a place, book on line at www.bettercareleicester.nhs.uk or email: BCTComms@westleicestershireccg.nhs.uk

A confirmation will be sent to you closer to the event.

In the meantime keep looking out on our website - www.bettercareleicester.nhs.uk for other opportunities to get involved.

Kind regards

 

Tamsin Hooton

Director lead for Community Services Redesign,

Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland CCGs

 

 

 

0771 7808536

susan.venables@westleicestershireccg.nhs.uk

 

St. Johns House, 30 East Street, Leicester, Leicestershire, LE1 6NB

 

A46 at Wanlip Interchange (A6) Overnight work closures -Information supplied by Highways England

Resurfacing works on the A46 at its junction with the A6 Wanlip Interchange will commence 9th January 2019 for approximately 3 weeks. The work will be carried out overnight from 8pm to 6am Monday to Friday. Resurfacing will only work on weekends if absolutely necessary.

Upcoming Closures

9th - 10th January Westbound lane 1 closure. The slip road and Rectory Road approaching Wanlip will be closed. Lane 2 will remain open.

11th January Westbound full closure, from Hobby Horse to Wanlip (see plan for diversion route)

14th - 18th January Westbound lane 1 closure. The slip road and Rectory Road approaching Wanlip will be closed. Lane 2 will remain open.

21st January Eastbound lane 1 closure. The slip road approaching Wanlip will be closed. Lane 2 will remain open.

22nd January Eastbound full closure from Anstey to Wanlip. The Eastbound slip road at Groby (from the A50 to the A46) will also be closed. (See plan for diversion route)

23rd - 24th January Eastbound lane 1 closure. The slip road approaching Wanlip will be closed. Lane 2 will remain open.

Please note that all planned works are subject to change due to weather conditions or unforeseen circumstances.

Before a road is closed there will be in place fully signed diversion routes, which have been agreed with the local authority.

For the Rectory Road and slip road closures, short local diversion routes will be put in place (to the next A46 junction and back).

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Neighbourhood Watch Details for Thurcaston & Cropston

Is there a Neighbourhood Watch Scheme in Thurcaston and Cropston? If so, Charnwood Beat Police would like contact details please. Please send details to tncparish@btconnect.com and they can be forwarded on to the Dedicated Neighbourhood Officer.

If you are interested in setting up Neighbourhood Watch this link gives advice on setting up a NHW and who to speak to - http://www.leicestershireneighbourhoodwatch.co.uk/.

 

Flight Lieutenant Rakesh Chauhan Trust (RaksTrust) Update

2018 has been an important year for The Flight Lieutenant Rakesh Chauhan Trust (RaksTrust). The trust celebrated the 75th anniversary of the Dambusters Raid by reaching a total of £18,000 donated to the East Midlands Air Ambulance Service following monies raised from last year’s Dambusters Challenge.

The trust also saw the completion of it’s 4th annual event – The Fan Dance (taking 70 people on the SAS training grounds in the Brecon Beacons) as well as the launch of a new project for the Trust raising £24,000 to fund a fully equipped off-road ambulance. This ambulance will be donated to a grass roots charity in Malawi called Love Support Unite (LSU) LSU was started by 2 sisters from Rothley, Leicestershire.

The trust will be running it’s fifth event in 2019 taking walkers up Helvellyn via Striding Edge in the Lake District. If you wish to support the trust then please use the link below.

http://rakstrust.org/supportus/

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