LPFT and partners from across Lincolnshire have been working together to develop and shape how Mental Health services will look and be delivered in the future. By listening and working with our local communities to understand more about what people want and need; we have been able to bring together a vision for Lincolnshire.
The video below gives an overview of what work has happened so far.
Click on the links below to find out more.
The Lincolnshire Mental Health and Wellbeing Transformation Programme is a programme of work that has been put in place to ensure that everything we do has the people of Lincolnshire at the heart of the decisions. Together we are driving the change and making decisions about the way we engage with Mental Health and Wellbeing.
The NHS Long Term Plan and the NHS Mental Health Implementation Plan set the ambition to transform the provision of mental health and wellbeing to develop new and integrated models which enable people to access the right care in the right place at the right time, enabling people to self-help as appropriate.
What does it set out to do?
It sets out clear statements and ways of working to ensure that everyone has the opportunity to be involved in designing, delivering, evaluating and transforming the way we understand Mental Health and Wellbeing in Lincolnshire.
Why do we need it?
We need to change the way we work with people to ensure there is no wrong front door and to provide accessible, timely care for everyone. It’s vital we hear everyone’s voice about what communities need for support to take ownership at a local level of their population’s mental health needs.
What are we aiming to achieve?
To create opportunities for people to thrive; discover & shape their communities; encourage relationships and build a sense of belonging to support their wellbeing.
In the video below Victoria Sleight, Transformation Programme Manager, talks more about the programme and what is already happening across Lincolnshire.
This film is a short visual walk through of the NHS Long-Term Plan commitment on mental health and wellbeing transformation. The video outlines essential information and learnings on the development of new integrated models of primary and community mental health for people with severe mental illness (SMI). It describes the principles of the already-published Community Mental Health Framework for Adults and Older Adults as per the vision of the Long Term Plan. It also explains the roles of the different organisations that need to work together to develop these models, and the central focus on the needs and involvement of patients, those that care for them, and other experts by experience.
Through the utilisation of continual learning - Plan, Do, Act, Study approach.
The 3 plates theory is an integrated model promoting self-efficacy.
Plate 1 relates to the Community and Voluntary Community and Social Enterprise (VCSE). This is community facing using strength based assets. It's person led, holistic, accessible, flexible and focuses on preventative measures.
Plate 2 refers to the Primary Care Networks and the Integrated Place-Based Teams. This is localised support for less complex mental health needs. It is person led, hoslitic and again focuses on preventatives.
Plate 3 moves into the more dedicated focus groups and LPFT specialist services. This features dedicated, time limited treatment. It is provider led, using mental health expertise for serious mental illness and focuses on proactive treatments.
|community mental health framework for adults and older adults||675.68 KB|
|NHSEI Community Mental Health Early Implementer Report||2,046.21 KB|
|NHSEI National Community Mental Health Transformation Resources||453.68 KB|