Members of the learning disability partnership have created an easy-read version of February’s Suffolk Alliance Mental Health Transformation Newsletter.
You can view the document here: https://suffolkordinarylives.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/Alliance-newsletter-February-2020-final-draft-booklet-view.pdf
“This newsletter will be the regular way of keeping people up to date with progress and providing you with opportunities to get involved in work.
After listening to the views of more than 4,000 people regarding what future mental health services should look like in east and west Suffolk through #averydifferentconversation, we are now ready to move forward again together.
We have taken on board the feedback received over the last 12 months from our co-production partners, system colleagues, providers, service users, carers and staff to create our 10-year East and West Suffolk Mental Health & Emotional Wellbeing Strategy.
The strategy focuses on the closer integration of physical and mental health and care services, additional investment in services and workforce support.
It is now time to move on to the next phase of #averydifferentconversation and begin the process of designing and implementing the services that will enable us to provide our local population with the right support, at the right time, from the right people, in the right place and in the right way.”
Suffolk Alliance partners:
Alliance co-production partners: