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Meet your mental health service commissioners!

By Andy on October 01, 2018, 02:32:50 PM in User Involvement.

Involve is holding a public meeting where you can speak directly to the people who commission community mental health services in COVENTRY....

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Get involved. The lives we want to lead.....

By Andy on August 06, 2018, 11:40:37 AM in User Involvement.

Government Green Paper Consultation event - read more....

'The lives we want to lead'

The LGA green paper for adult social care and wellbeing

Adult social care and support matters to everyone in the country but decades of failures to find a sustainable solution to how to pay for services, and the Government’s recent decision to delay its long-awaited green paper on the issue until the autumn, has prompted council leaders to take action.

The knock on effect of increased pressure on adult social care services – of which the spend for some councils accounts for over half of their core spending power– impacts on many of the services that keep our communities running in councils across the country.

Today we am writing to let you know that we have launched a nationwide consultation to kick-start a desperately-needed debate on how to pay for adult social care and rescue the services caring for older and disabled people from collapse.

Why are we undertaking a consultation?

Adult social care provides personal and practical support to people of all ages help them live the lives they want to lead. It supports people who have disabilities, mental health conditions or are generally frail, as well as their carers.

It helps bind our communities, it sustains our NHS and it provides essential economic value to our country.

But social care is facing a crisis. It has been underfunded for many years and is facing a funding gap of £3.56 billion by 2024/25. Plugging this gap would just keep services standing still and does not include any funding needed to improve services. The longer-term remains just as insecure. It is time to come together and make case that investment in social care and support for people who need it helps them to reach their, and in turn our country’s, full potential.

Why your views are important?

We are all likely to be touched by social care at some point in our lives, whether that be ourselves or our friends and families. It’s therefore essential that everyone has a say in what the future of social care should look like and how we should pay for it.

We want to start a nationwide debate about how best to fund the care we want in all our communities for adults of all ages - and how social care, the NHS and other public services can work together to support and improving people’s wellbeing.

This is our chance to put social care right at the very heart of the Government’s thinking.

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MUS Reconvened - 13th of June

By Andy on May 15, 2018, 11:47:33 AM in User Involvement.

Second Medically Unexplained Symptoms Workshop with Commissioner Eleanor Cappell(CRGGC). Delivered jointly by Coventry AIMHS and Coventry Carers.

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AIMHS next co-production meeting

By Andy on May 11, 2018, 04:21:42 PM in User Involvement.

AIMHS next co-production meeting will be held on the 13th of June 2018.

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AIMHS Next Meeting

By Andy on March 08, 2018, 02:56:57 PM in User Involvement.

Coventry AIMHS would like to invite you to attend our next co-production meeting which will take place on Wednesday, 21st March between 1.00pm and 3.00pm

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Have your say on Medically Unexplained Symptoms to help shape and improve services!

By Andy on January 25, 2018, 04:23:09 PM in User Involvement.

Do you or someone you care for have experience of Medically Unexplained Symptoms? (MUS) – We would like to invite you to attend a focus group that will look at the current provision of support.

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AIMHS Co-production Meeting 30th of August 2017

By Andy on July 13, 2017, 01:21:31 PM in User Involvement.

AIMHS next co-production meeting will be held on Wednesday the 30th of August

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Walk for Wellbeing - 12th May 2017

By Andy on April 12, 2017, 02:28:11 PM in User Involvement.

To celebrate Mental Health Awareness Week - Coventry AIMHS, Arty Folks and The Tamarind Centre are hosting a Coventry Walk for Wellbeing. The event will take place on Friday the 12th of May 2017. We will walk from the Godiva Statue in the City Centre to Memorial Park. We will convene at the Godiva statue at 11.45am and set off walking at 12 noon. Please wear sensible walking shoes and bring a drink with you. We will gather at the Visitors Centre in Memorial Park at 1pm where you can either take part in a bring and share picnic, or go to the public cafe at the visitors centre. *By bring and share picnic we mean bring your own food and maybe something to share with friends!

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