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Senior Advice, Support & Guidance Worker

Senior Advice, Support & Guidance Worker

  • Hackney, London
  • £29,216 - £30,523 pa + excellent benefits
  • SHELTER

We’re looking for a well-organised individual who’s used to providing specialist level housing, debt or welfare benefit advice  See more here


Senior Grants and Philanthropy Executive

Senior Grants and Philanthropy Executive

  • London EC1
  • £33,138 - £34,243 pa plus excellent benefits
  • SHELTER

We’re looking for a highly motivated individual with experience of obtaining high value gifts from trusts/Big Lottery Fund See more here 


Feedback from the Transformation Board 13 Oct

This feedback is also available on trello - Rep Vanessa Morris

Transformation board 13.10.2017

 

1.       Work streams assurance point: Prevention, Unplanned and Planned care workstreams are making progress, focus now is going to be on staff/organisational development and open communication of aims, plans and progress.  All health and social care funds for preventing ill health will now be pooled, and some planned care funds- for residential and continuing care will be too.

Areas of opportunites for your organisation: - planned care- IAPT for LTC, self-management to reduce unnecessary Outpatient appts, support with virtual appts

 

2.Business plans: Proactive care- CCG funding for identifying frail people at risk of admission. Service will offer 2 home visits at place of choice and holistic   assessment. Expansion of Frail Home Visiting Service.

How it could affect your organisation/ service users:  link in to neighbourhoods model that will build on the work of One Hackney;  Connect Hackney, potential for “Trusted Assessors” to be non-clinical staff.

 

3.Co-production charter presented by HealthWatch Hackney- embeds principles of co-production, and expects all organisations involved in IC/ACS to commit to and train their organisations in how to enhance co-production.

 

4. Communication and Engagement strategy and plan:  Communications plan conveying purpose and activity relating to Integrated Commissioning, the Sustainability and Transformation Plan and the development of the Hackney  Accountable Care System. The Key messages the plan will speak about are:

 

1. An integrated approach will lead to better outcomes for our diverse community, making the most of reduced resources. 

2. The Accountable Care System aspires to create people focused services that support people to take a more active role in their health and improve wellbeing – preventing ill health.

 

Engagement plan includes proposal to use time credits (health and wellbeing activities) to encourage and acknowledge public involvement in developing and improving the system.

Plan for engagement incudes a website and stories in the local and national press, including sharing the evaluation report case studies of people who’ve benefited from integrated commissioning –Have you got good examples of joint working producing better outcomes (possibly from One Hackney?) that you’d like to tell?

 

Upcoming main areas of interest to VCS:

Neighbourhoods model business case coming to TB- November- 1 hour dedicated to reviewing business case                                             

VCS strategy- now for information- November

Outcomes framework- November

Schools based health services

Learning Disability Service model


The Vortex is offering free lunchtime concerts for VCS and statutory sector clients

After Lunch is a brand new series of great music specially programmed for charities / voluntary organisations / statutory organisations to bring their clients, participants and staff along to.

The concerts are free and if you would like to attend and/or bring a group please contact cameron@vortexfoundation.org.uk to reserve your place(s).

October Vortex present Big Bad Wolf 

DATE: Friday 20th October

TIME: 3pm - 4pm (doors open 2.30pm)

COST: FREE (booking essential)

Featuring the guitarist of the moment Rob Luft, BBW  are a vibrant collision of jazz, rock, pop, electronica and folk.  Unexpected, exciting and intriguing – they represent the new breed of London sound.

“The title track affirms how inventively the quartet juggle tone colour, constantly renewing sub-themes, and subtly shifting grooves” – John Fordham, The Guardian

“At its best this quartet’s debut displays a very British quirkiness” – Clive Davis, The Sunday Times

Listen to their album POND LIFE here: www.bigbadwolf.london


up to £100,000 for partnerships supporting victims of crime - MOPAC

Grants of between £10,000 and £35,000 are available to individual organisations providing support to victims of crime to help them cope and recover from their experience. Partnerships of three or more organisations applying together can receive up to £100,000 – please note, partnership applications will need to be submitted by one lead applicant and The London Community Foundation encourage larger organisations with an annual income of more than £500,000 to partner with smaller groups in order to build capacity and exchange learning.

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