The Lincolnshire Health and Care system will be launching a new website called “It’s all about people” on Monday 27 September. The site, which will allow our health, care and wellbeing workforce to support the people of Lincolnshire live their best lives. It can be accessed here: https://www.itsallaboutpeople.info
This new and exciting site is a place where our staff can go to be informed, learn, share and reflect on how together we can support people to live their best life. There is a chance to share your stories and experiences and to tell us what really matters to you and the people you support.
There are a range of resources and short videos across the website that Lincolnshire staff and people with lived experience have kindly been part of and they bring a real sense of reality and truth to the work we’re doing. Below are links to two short videos which give a flavour of what It’s all about People is all about:
It’s all about people – https://vimeo.com/569807325
If you would like to get involved and have a story or experience to share please get in touch via the contact us tab on the website.
When you visit the website you can see it focuses on seven key areas that explore person centred ways of working which are at the heart of everything we do.
- 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 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.
- Connecting communities – Joining people together to support each other by 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 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 better at self managing their own health and wellbeing. Information for those who care for and support family and friends.