We are looking for representation from people and their carers living with a long-term condition (such as diabetes, asthma, Parkinson’s etc). We’re also looking for representatives from voluntary and community sector groups and organisations to also join us and give their views.
The event will explain the introduction of a new programme of work called ‘Integrated Personal Commissioning’ to Hertfordshire and we need your ideas and views to help with this programme.
If you’d like to attend this event, then please register so that we can order the right amount of food.
10am/10.30am-12.30pm, Tuesday 8 August, St Andrew’s Centre, St Andrew Street, Hertford.
10am/10.30am-12.30pm, Wednesday 9 August, The Jubilee Centre, Catherine Street, St Albans.
You can register at the Hertford event: https://hertford-ipc.eventbrite.co.uk
You can register at the St Albans event: https://stalbans-ipc.eventbrite.co.uk
Hertfordshire is beginning to introduce a NHS England programme called 'Integrated Personal Commissioning' (IPC).
Integrated Personal Commissioning is basically a way of joining up health, social care and other resources to put the person in greater control of their health and the services they require. IPC supports the improvement, integration and personalisation of services, building on learning from 'personal budgets' in social care and driving bold expansion plans for personal health budgets.
We want to invite you to find out more about the IPC programme in Hertfordshire, and more importantly, contribute your ideas as to how the programme can develop and become used in the county,
We are holding two key engagement events in areas (one in Hertford and one in St Albans) and we particularly want people who are living with long term conditions (and their carers) to come along with their ideas, but also representatives of the voluntary sector and community to contribute their ideas and thoughts.
The event will start at 10.30am and a sandwich lunch will be provided from 12.30pm which you're welcome to stay on for.
If you'd like further details on either the IPC Programme, or the events themselves, then please get in touch with us on: 01707 685 397 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org