It’s all about people – working together to help people live their best lives
A place for our Lincolnshire health and wellbeing workforce to reflect, learn and share how together we support people to live their best life.
Imagine a world where the people you support are able to have more choice and control over their health and wellbeing, where they weren't seen as a condition or on a pathway but as people with different experiences. Where they are able to make a shared and informed decision about the next steps with a professional who sees them as an equal and active partner in their life and care.
Imagine if people who you support had the knowledge, confidence and skills to be able to look after their own health, which was tailored to them and their level of literacy and understanding.
Imagine that they only have to tell their story once and the focus of that conversation is about what matters to them and what's important and not what's the matter and what's wrong.
Imagine if we had a space where we could start to share, learn and reflect how far we’ve already come in making our vision real for the people we support. Well we have!
‘It’s all about people’ is a place where we will be sharing all your stories, experiences and learning, where we want you to get involved and hear your voice about what matters to you and the people you support to enable us all to live our best lives.
Please explore the website to find out what other health and care teams across Lincolnshire are doing to embed person centred approaches into their work. If you have any questions, comments or suggestions please contact us.
Doing things differently
Working together to introduce and create new roles so that we can work in new ways to benefit the people we support.
The tools we will use
Helping us to keep the person at the centre of everything we do, by using a range of tools to support us and the people we work closely with.
Joining people together to support each other through social prescribing and supporting them to access and develop the assets within their communities.
Co-producing services together
Bringing together people who deliver services with people who use their services to make things better for all.
Technology in action
Enhancing people's experience of accessing services and support through the use of evolving digital technology.
Working together as teams
Integrating staff across organisations, reduce duplication, and removing barriers to provide seamless person centred care.
People supporting themselves and others
Enabling people to become more independent and to better self manage their own health and wellbeing.