Social Prescribing Tom Johnson & Nicola Kershaw July

Social Prescribing Tom Johnson & Nicola Kershaw July

Social Prescribing Tom Johnson & Nicola Kershaw July 2017 www.hertfordshire.gov.uk CHANGING NEEDS & FINANCE www.hertfordshire.gov.uk A COMMUNITY FIRST APPROACH D NEE How do my

family & friends support me? How can the Community Support me? Neighbours, community groups? How can I get Specialist Support? Charities, job centre,

support groups? COST www.hertfordshire.gov.uk How could technology, equipment and deliveries support me? HILS, Telecare?

Do I need formal health and social care? Social Worker GP Nurse Social Prescriber Referal made to the Link Mechanism for social welfare and other support by a health care professional Link Mechanism Undertake a brief assessment with

participant and links them to groups and services Participation Participant joins a social participation group www.hertfordshire.gov.uk Reporting and Evaluation Reporting back to referer and evaluating for funders Monitoring Where appropriate, link mechanism monitors changes in participant wellbeing

Impact Participant benefits from social connectedness, activity and service linkages Social prescribing. In action www.hertfordshire.gov.uk STEP 1: FIND OUT WHAT THE PROBLEM REALLY IS Ive done all I can clinically but he still comes every

month Since my brain injury my blood pressure has gone through the roof! And Im anxious about meeting new people and Im not sleeping www.hertfordshire.gov.uk STEP 2: MAKE THE REFERRAL www.hertfordshire.gov.uk STEP 3: APPROPRIATE ASSESSMENT

Experienced and persistent Local knowledge Strengths based approach www.hertfordshire.gov.uk Face to face assessment STEP 4: PARTICIPATION & IMPACT

Its great to meet people with lived experience I feel connected and supported When Im here I feel happy and involved www.hertfordshire.gov.uk I have friends here who would know if I didnt

show up I didnt see anyone for weeks before I came here I feel confident to volunteer now STEP 5: MONITORING & REPORTING 13,000 carers a year get support from Carers in Herts

10m worth of service with 50 providers plus 3,000 smaller groups www.hertfordshire.gov.uk 3rd Sector in Hertfordshire is great! Hertswise supports at least 3,000 people a

year ANY QUESTIONS? www.hertfordshire.gov.uk RESOURCES FOR PROXIES HertsHelp: 0300 123 4044 directory.hertfordshire.gov.uk www.hertfordshire.gov.uk

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