South Yorkshire Integrated Care Partnership launches its strategy
The South Yorkshire Integrated Care Partnership strategy launches today. The South Yorkshire Integrated Care Partnership (ICP) is a statutory joint committee which brings together the key partners in the health and care system in South Yorkshire. The Trust provides mental health, community, learning disability and wellbeing services for people living in Barnsley, we also work with the key partners in South Yorkshire, to help people reach their potential and live well in their local community.
Oliver Coppard, South Yorkshire Major commented: ‘‘This strategy will improve the health of our communities across Barnsley, Rotherham, Doncaster and Sheffield, tackle deep seated inequalities in health outcomes and access, make the most of the resources we have, and make sure our health and care services support our wider objectives as a region.’’
There are lots of things happening across South Yorkshire this week but if you want to get involved in starting a conversation with your work colleagues and communities on twitter using the hashtag #OurFutureSouthYorkshire. This campaign offers a platform for communities to tell their stories about the South Yorkshire they want future generations to grow up in. The campaign takes a wide-ranging view of health and focus on the wider issues that affect health and wellbeing, including education and skills, communities and families, work, homes, transport, the environment and access to green areas and an inclusive economy.
There is a summary, easy to read and translatable version of the strategy to view, please see:
An easy read version of the strategy can be found here.
A summary of the strategy can be found here.
A translatable version of the strategy can be found here.