Working together to support people in a safe and sustainable transition from hospital back into their home and avoiding delayed discharges and readmissions.
Date: Friday 14 January 2022
Time: 10.00-2.30 (30 minute break at 12.30pm)
Venue: Online via Zoom
The impact on services and the pressures faced by our front-line health and care services has been evident, more so during the pandemic. With the peak of winter pressures still to come, Forum Central is working with partners across the health and care sector to alleviate some of the pressures, and ultimately improve the experience of those leaving hospital.
A new programme of funding is being developed, managed by Leeds Older People’s Forum (a partner in Forum Central), to enable a cross sector partnership approach to supporting our citizens. The programme will adopt a test and learn approach used by LOPF so successfully in the Time to Shine programme and will run up to 31 March 2023.
The work delivered by our colleagues in the Third Sector to support Leeds citizens has been life changing for so many people. We want to bring together this valuable expertise and link in with hospital and neighbourhood care teams to offer wraparound welfare throughout a patient’s journey and avoid delayed discharges and readmissions.
You are invited to join us online on Friday 14 January 2022 at a practical workshop to shape the programme. Together, we’ll look at what support and services already exist, what works well and what we might need.
Programme workshop: 14 January 2022
Applications open: 21 January 2022
Applications close: 18 February 2022
Funding released to successful applicants: 31 March 2022
If you have any questions, please contact Linda Glew, Programme Manager on firstname.lastname@example.org
Programme Manager (Legacy), Time to Shine