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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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June 2017 Preparing for Transformation The All Age Transformation programme was commissioned by the Better Care Together leaders and tasked with transforming over 5 years all of the mental health and learning disabilities services delivered by LPT.
August 2017 Preparing for Transformation A team of clinicians and leaders across LPT have been brought together to coordinate the All Age Transformation. They receive training by affiliates of Northumbrerland Tyne And Wear NHS Trust with specific Lean / value based methodology
August- September 2017 Preparing for Transformation 794 people across Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland put their views on what they wanted to see from mental health services across the whole system under Healthier In Mind. This was used to shape a new mental health strategy as part of the Sustainability and Transformation Plan in the region. Find out more
October 2017 to January 2018 Stage One
Service users, carers, staff and stakeholders put their views to what excellent looks like for the four common stages of a patient’s journey:

• How people gain access to services (access),

• How their needs are identified (assessment),

• How they get the help and treatment they need (treatment)

• How they move on from services well (discharge)

People put their views on questionnaires and took part in workshops, of which their were many across the region. All of the contributions were brought together, thematically analysed and then formed into key principles that represent what people want from mental health and learning disabilities services. These then form the guiding principles to underpin the design work undertaken in the further stages of the programme. 
March to April 2018 Stage Two
Stage Two of the programme is about designing more specifically a ‘high level pathway’ for how patients gain access to services, identify their needs (assessment), get the help and treatment they need and move on from services well (discharge). These different common stages of a patient’s journey will be designed through four week long workshops where patients, carers, staff and stakeholders are working together supported by ‘feed-in’ events across the region.

The design weeks will be happening as follows:

• 5-9 March Access - how people can find support and care

• 19-23 March Assessment - how people can have their needs identified

• 9-13 April Treatment - how people receive the right support and care

• 19-23 April Discharge - how people move on after getting support and care

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September 2017 – May 2018 Supporting Stage Three

To support the detailed design work that will be undertaken in stage three of the programme there is an extensive analysis of how things currently are within all of the mental health and learning disabilities services. Underway currently there is an indepth analysis including:

• Analysing how patients move around the services currently,

• Analysing different elements of our workforce

• Analysing what gets in the way of staff providing care/support to patients

• Analysing service performance and related measures

This analysis is expected to support in particularly the understanding of how services currently add value to patients and what gets in the way of adding value.

The outputs of this work will be published here within May 2018.

 
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