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Our vision: To improve the health and wellbeing of the people of Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland by providing high quality, integrated physical and mental health care pathways.
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Welcome to webpages for the LPT All Age Mental Health and Learning Disabilities Transformation!

We have committed to a 5-year Transformation co-design programme to:

• To develop excellent all-age mental health and learning disability services that deliver high quality integrated care and a better experience for all

• Release clinical time to care

• Create increased flow through services (reducing waits and wastes)

• Address increasing demand and capacity issues

We're now in stage 3 where we're focusing on 
what our services should look like, how they should run and the resources they need. We’re doing this together with staff, service users, carers and stakeholders.
 
You can use the panel on the left of this page to find out how to get involved, to read more about the journey so far and for feedback from previous workshops.

Latest news...

Intervention Pathways

The need for intervention pathways (also known as care or treatment pathways) was an outcome from the Treatment co-design workshop in stage 2. A list of intervention pathways was developed following a number of workshops, staff feed-in sessions and a period of consultation.  Now we're in the process of co-designing each pathway and mapping out the resources needed to deliver them and will shortly be gathering your feedback on the content of each of the pathways.  

Click on this link to see the list of co-designed LPT intervention pathways and to register your interest in getting involved. If you would like to help review any of the intervention pathways please get in touch. Your experience and insight is really important to us!

Health and social care collaboration half day workshop

This co-design workshop is being held in the afternoon of 22 October 2018 to further develop the collaborative working between social care and mental health services. Places are available for health, social care staff, service users/carers and stakeholders.

Peer Support Workers

The need for a Peer Support Worker role was an outcome from stage 2 of the Transformation. Peer Support can be described as the help and support that people with lived experience of an illness are able to give to one another. Peer workers may provide social, emotional or practical support to service users; this reciprocal support focuses on hope, building strengths and works towards wellbeing and recovery. Right now we’re developing a model for recruiting and supporting peer support workers (based on learning from other NHS Trusts) and also a role description. Are you interested in piloting this model in your service? Would you like to find out more or get involved in co-designing the model? This work is still in the early stages so there’s plenty of time to get involved. An initial scoping meeting is being held on 17th October at 9.30am.

Venues and booking

 
All the above workshops/meetings take place at:
Wakerley Ward
Evington Centre
Leicester General Hospital
LE5 4QG
 
To book your place you can email us at: MHLDTransformationteam@leicspart.nhs.uk or call: 0116 225 5791
 
Summaries from the recent co-design workshops

Intervention Approach workshop 21 June 2018 - how to organise intervention pathways.

Recovery Approach workshop 27 and 28th June 2018 - agreeing a LLR wide recovery approach and how to make this work in practice

Intervention Model workshop 5 July 2018 - developing the list of LPT intervention pathways

More about stage 2..

Using the principles from stage one, we engaged with service users, carers, staff and stakeholders to develop a high level pathway which gave us an outline of the services we need and how they should operate.

In stage two, we facilitated 4 week-long workshops that were attended by 84 staff, service users, carers and representatives from other agencies. The workshops focused on the four stages of the service user journey; access, assessment, treatment and discharge. We also facilitated 48 face to face and online feed-in sessions for service users, carers, staff, local authority, VCS and the public. We received 207 online responses and over 90k social media engagements

The outcomes of stage two were over 50 different features which have been grouped, themed and prioritised (based on complexity and order) into a number of work streams including;

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Work is underway on many of the work streams above.

All Age Transformation Video Update - Please watch the video below or click here to watch in full screen mode

 

More about the transformation...

Our Trust has committed to a 5-year transformation re-design programme to make improvements. The focus of the transformation programme is on:

 • Developing excellent all-age mental health and learning disability services  that deliver high quality integrated care and a better experience for all

• Releasing clinical time to care

• Creating increased flow through services (reducing waits and wastes)

We are absolutely committed to co-designing our services with people who use the services, their carers, individuals who work in the services, organisations that interact with services and people that want to see the services improved.

It is the biggest transformation journey we have ever been on...

Our journey has been inspired by the learning of Northumberland Tyne & Wear NHS Foundation Trust as they transformed to become an ‘outstanding’ rated Trust. We adapted their methodology to suit our local area and are working in partnership with staff, service users, carers and stakeholders to create a radical difference in the way we support people who need mental health and learning disability services.

Stage One

We began the journey with the Healthier In Mind campaign which focused on what excellent mental health and learning disability services would look like. We engaged with over a thousand people from across Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland and used their comments and suggestions to form a set of principles that set out what we need to deliver through the transformation.

Stage Two

Using the principles from stage one, we engaged with service users, carers, staff and stakeholders to develop a high level pathway which gave us an outline of the services we need and how they should operate. We facilitated 4 week-long workshops that were attended by staff, service users, carers and representatives from other agencies which focused on the four stages of the service user journey; access, assessment, treatment and discharge. We also facilitated 48 face to face and online feed-in sessions for service users, carers, staff, local authority, VCS and the public.

Stage Three

We are now in stage three of the co-design transformation process where, using the high level pathway designed in stage 2, we are creating the detailed designs.  This includes what our services should look like, how they should run and the resources they need.

Stages of the Transformation

Please get involved and have your say in the detailed design of services. Complete the form below to register your interest...

 
*please note that after clicking 'submit' you will remain on this page.

    Here are the summaries from the stage 2 co-design high level pathway workshops held in March and April 2018:

    1. Access week: Improving the ways people can access our mental health and learning disability services

    2. Assessment week: Improving the way we assess the needs of our service users

    3. Treatment Week: Improving the support people receive when they leave our mental health and learning disabilities services

    4. Discharge week: improving the support we offer our service users and their carers as they leave our services

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