Service provision reaches the high standards of access and inclusivity to ensure health and wellbeing for all with a particular emphasis on BAME communities
- Better understanding of the needs of people with disabilities, carers, people with mental health conditions and learning difficulties and multiple challenges across all areas of the health and wellbeing strategy
- Application of learning to design and co design of inclusive supportive strength based initiatives and services
- Implement partnership actions to tackle the disproportionate impact of COVID-19 on BAME communities and people with learning difficulties
- Outcome measures – zero difference between different demographic or geographical groups
- Qualitative outcome and user experience measures
- All Health and Wellbeing Board partners
Can you help?
We rely on the support from organisations and individuals to help us deliver our goals. We are on the look out for more partners who are able to support this step. Please email [email protected] to find out more.
Now is the time to act. Together we can make Newham a healthier borough.
Richard is Director of Integrated Care at East London NHS Foundation Trust (ELFT). He works collaboratively with the trust’s partners, including other NHS organisations, councils and the voluntary sector to deliver more integrated services and better care and support for the community.
“ELFT have a big commitment to working with other organisations to improve the health of the communities we serve. This means going beyond the care and treatment we provide to trying to focus on what matters to people and communities, which is often beyond health problems, like housing, jobs, income, tackling discrimination, family life and relationships and feeling part of the community. We want to do our bit to make our corner of the world a fairer place to live and work.”
– Richard Fradgley, Director of Integrated Care
Get in touch to find out how you can support the borough’s drive to be healthier.
We are on the look out for organisations and people in our community who are thinking differently, challenging the norms, trying new things and looking at ways they can help Newham be a healthier borough.
If you think you can help, we’d love to hear from you, email [email protected]