The five NHS Clinical Commissioning Groups in Norfolk and Waveney have decided to create one single team of management and staff. A proposal to formally approve this will be made to each of the CCG’s Governing Bodies when they meet in public in November.
A review of mental health services is underway that will inform the development of a 10 year mental health strategy. We want local people and service users to help us by completing an online survey to share their thoughts. You are welcome to contribute.
We have also arranged a number of public events which you are welcome to attend:
2pm-4.30pm on Wednesday 7 November at the Orbis Centre in Lowestoft https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/developing-norfolk-and-waveneys-10-year-mental-health-strategy-tickets-50693953981
10am-12.30pm on Wednesday 14 November at King's Lynn Town Hall https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/developing-norfolk-and-waveneys-10-year-mental-health-strategy-tickets-44347559745
6pm-8.30pm on Monday 19 November at The Assembly House, Theatre Street, Norwich NR2 1RQ https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/developing-norfolk-and-waveneys-10-year-mental-health-strategy-tickets-50683819669
Residents across Norfolk and Waveney are being invited to a number of public events to discuss the future of mental health services.
Health and care partners across Norfolk and Waveney are inviting residents to take part in a major review of local adult mental health services. The review will inform the development of a 10 year mental health strategy, ensuring services are delivered in ways that meet future needs.
Patricia Hewitt, Independent Chair of the Norfolk and Waveney Sustainability and Transformation Partnership (STP) said: “We started a conversation with local people in May and, building from that, are now expanding this important work to ensure residents have every chance to tell us what they think are working and, importantly, what needs to change.”
The first 70 students have begun training for an exciting new role which will further improve the care which people in Norfolk and Waveney receive while helping increase capacity within the NHS and social care workforce.
The trainee nursing associates (TNAs) have been introduced by the Norfolk and Waveney Sustainability and Transformation Partnership (STP) as part of a national programme which aims to find innovative ways to address staffing challenges within health and social care.