The regions 15 Networks focus on priority areas for Yorkshire & Humber. They work in a collaborative way to understand and inform their focus. The networks develop, innovate and share good practice within our area and nationally.
Increasing the numbers of carers reached and supported, improving the quality of information, advice and signposting.
Shaping care markets with partners across the region to achieve high quality, relevant, accessible and appropriate services.
The CHC Network is a group of experienced senior care professionals driving improvements in the CHC process across Yorkshire and Humber.
Disseminating learning from practice and case law and ensuring that safeguards are maintained consistently across the region
Seeking and sharing advances in care technology and digital innovation with ambition to improve care provision and efficiency and effectiveness.
Working with families, health and other partners to ensure people with learning disabilities and autism get the support needed to lead the lives they want
Collaboration and sharing of good practice including early interventions that enable people to maintain their independence
Working collaboratively to support Occupational Therapists, strengthen rehabilitative provision and aid people to live well.
Leading on the development of excellent social work and social work professionals in our region.
Working to ensure partnership organisations work and plan together to prevent and end abuse of adults with care and support needs in the region.
Focused on multi agency approaches to safeguarding, the provision of training and advice and coordination of policy and procedures.
Collaborating with partners across the region to provide a strategic drive and governance framework for this agenda.
Facilitating continuous regional improvement through evidence-based information monitoring, analysis and development.
Building and maintaining a skilled social care workforce that is valued and equipped and has good career opportunities.