Resources Supporting The 10 Key Challenges

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1) Changing the nature of day-to-day interactions and the quality of experience

What does excellence in Recovery Orientated Services Look Like? How to set up, run and develop Recovery orientated services. Morgan, P. Lead for Recovery and Social Inclusion, Dorset Healthcare; Co-lead Dorset Wellbeing and Recovery Partnership; ImROC Consultant. 

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2) Coproduced learning and development opportunities are available for staff, people using services and their families to learn together.

Caring for Carers together; Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust’s Carers Strategy. A guide to supporting carers. 

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3) Coproduced, Recovery focused learning opportunities are available for everyone using the service where people with mental health conditions, the staff and families who support them and others in local communities can share expertise and learn together

4) Recovery focused leadership at every level and a culture of Recovery.

5) Increasing personalisation and choice

  • Recovery, Personalisation and Personal Budgets (Vidhya Alakeson and Rachel Perkins), 2013, City University, London https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W6iL8BY4k5Y
  • Paths to Personalisation in Mental Health,  2013, The National Development Team for Inclusion (NDTi – www.ndti.org.uk) and Think Local Act Personal (TLAP – www.thinklocalactpersonal.org.uk) hosted a joint event on Paths to Personalisation in Mental Health. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eXTLxiyg8kM

6) Reducing restrictive practice; changing conceptions of risk as something to be avoided towards working together to improve safety

7) User involvement is replaced by fully resourced coproduction so that the views, experiences and aspirations of people using services and their family members are accorded the same value as the views of staff in the organisation.

8) Transforming the Workforce

9) Supporting staff to cope effectively with the stressors that are inevitable in working in mental health services

10) Prioritisation of life goals (full citizenship and community integration) in all care planning processes.

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