Executive Recruitment

Protect those that are most vulnerable

Protect those that are most vulnerable

Early Intervention (Prevention)

Why is this important?

At times, we all need support. We will protect the vulnerable by intervening early, where possible, and working with partners and local communities to ensure everyone gets the support they need as soon as possible. For children, this will mean a clear focus on work in the early years.

Our goals are:

  • Proactive Early Help and Children’s Centres’ services
  • Schools that help all pupils achieve
  • Reduced social isolation and loneliness
  • Improved mental help
  • Increased support for carers

Joined up Health and Care (Integration)

Why is this important?

We want people to say ‘I can plan my care with people who work together to understand me and my carer(s), allow me control, and bring together services to achieve the outcomes important to me’. Better care planning and coordination of services means resources can be targeted more closely on need and prevent further needs from emerging.

Our goals are:

  • One service for health and social care
  • Improved outcomes for children with a disability and care leavers
  • Improved support for those with mental health or learning disabilities
  • More social workers embedded in NHS teams
  • Targeted support for complex cases

Empowering & Safeguarding Families and Individuals (Personalisation)

Why is this important?

There are increasing expectations amongst the public that services should be tailored and personalised and there are new obligations under the Children and Families Act and Care Act to ensure this happens.

Our goals are:

  • Services put in your control
  • Agencies work together to safeguard
  • Looked after children are safe and well
  • Suitable accommodation in place for vulnerable younger and older people
  • Care is at or as close to home as possible
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