This page contains some key information about Wokingham CCG's achievements during 2016.
- Provided regular TCP Briefings to all partners and communication teams to keep them up to date with national and local news
- Secured funding from NHS England for Shared Housing provision in Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead for up to three individuals from across Berkshire with complex LD and challenging behaviours
- Developed a health focused Shared Lives Programme business case and plan for the roll out across Berkshire over the next three years
- Secured funding from the Department of Health for a number of Housing opportunity schemes for people with long term disabilities.
- Berkshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust (BHFT) suspended the specialist inpatient health service provided at Little House, Bracknell, in order to ensure the quality and safety of the learning disability inpatient services
- The TCP Programme Board reviewed BHFT plans for the roll out of an Intensive Support Team
- Developed a repatriation timetable for 2017 for a number of NHS England specialist commissioned patients and Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) out of area placements
- Merged Berkshire East and Berkshire West TCP Operational Groups to create resource efficiencies
- Co-opted Carer and Family Experts into the programme on Voluntary Appointment Contracts, as members of the Finance and Activity Project Group, Capital ‘Home’ Project Group, and TCP Board, with further appointments planned in 2017. Click here to find out more
- Commenced an Experience Based Co-Design Project with the Point of Care Foundation – a weekly group of services users who meet to talk about how to improve inpatient services
- Finance and Activity Project Group started work on opportunities for pooled budgets and resources to make better use of health and social care money
- High Impact Action Priorities were agreed by the Joint Operational Group for autism, substance misuse and personality disorders
- Undertook a gap analysis of local authority learning disability and Autism strategies and, reviewed capacity and demand projections until 2019, to inform prioritizing of the TCP milestone plan for 2017/18
- Finalised the TCP milestone plan for all project group for 2017/18 and 2018/19, with agreed outcome measures that will be used by the Expert by Experience Steering Group to assess progress against the plan.
- Started to map local authority and CCG work streams already in place for Children and Young People, to avoid duplication in work
- Developed an assurance framework for commissioners and service users to assess workforce competencies and behaviours in provider organisations. View the guidelines and framework in the documents below: