Personalised Care and the economy of being well – final

Here’s a fascinating new blog from Neil, who recently completed our Peer Leadership Academy. It explores how families, communities and services working together in a new relationship, can make a significant positive impact.

As he says:  “When we stop asking what our children’s school, children’s centre, children’s advice centre, early development centre (the list goes on) can do for us and start asking what we can do in partnership, together with our local GP practice, with our local authority, with our Clinical Commissioning Group, then a joined up, supportive, network of professionals, practitioners and parents can begin to develop. As lived experience individuals, it seems the onus of responsibility is shared. When that responsibility is taken away from us, something important is lost.”