Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council

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Adults' Health and Wellbeing Partnership Minutes

Date:
Tuesday, 7th February, 2017
Time:
9.30am
Place:
Jim Cooke Conference Suite, Stockton Central Libraray, Stockton on Tees, TS18 1TU
 
Please note: all Minutes are subject to approval at the next Meeting

Attendance Details

Present:
Ann Workman (Chair),

Councillor Jim Beall, Emma Champley, Sarah Bowman Abouna, Reuben Kench (SBC), Natasha Judge (Healthwatch), Alan McDermott(Tees Active)(Sub for Steve Chaytor), Steve Rose, Gemma Clifford (Catalyst), Paula Swindale (CCG) Jane King (TEWV) (substitute for Dominic Gardner)
Officers:
Michael Henderson, Eve Connor McGill, Karen Morris, Sue Reay (SBC)
Apologies for absence:
Dave Turton (Fire and Rescue), Liz Hanley, Margaret Waggott, Steven Hume, Steven Chaytor, Graham Clinghan (SBC), Simon Forrest (Durham University), Philip Morris (Cleveland Police), Mick Hickey (SRC), Lesley Gibson (Harbour)
Item Description Decision
Public
AHP
38/16
DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST
 
AHP
39/16
MINUTES OF THE MEETING HELD ON 8 NOVEMBER 2016
 
AHP
40/16
MINUTES OF CYP PARTNERSHIP AND ADULTS COMMISSIONING GROUP
 
AHP
41/16
MINUTES OF LD PARTNERSHIP BOARD
 
AHP
42/16
INTEGRATED PERSONAL COMMISIONING
RESOLVED that discussion be noted and actioned as appropriate
AHP
43/16
PERFORMANCE REPORT
RESOLVED that discussion be noted and actioned as appropriate
AHP
44/16
READING
RESOLVED that discussion be noted and actioned as appropriate
AHP
45/16
FORWARD PLAN
 

Preamble

ItemPreamble
AHP
38/16
Councillor Jim Beall declared a personal non prejudicial interest in item 7 entitled 'Performance Report' as he had a family member who was employed by CGL, which provided drugs services.
AHP
39/16
The minutes of the meeting held on 8 November 2016 were confirmed as a correct record.
AHP
40/16
The minutes of the following meetings were noted:

- Children and Young People's Partnership held on 16 November 2016.

- Adults' Health and Wellbeing Commissioning Group held on 20th December 2016.
AHP
41/16
Members received and noted the minutes of the Learning Disability Partnership held on 28 September 2016.
AHP
42/16
Members received a report relating to Integrated Personal Commissioning. It was noted that Stockton on Tees had been selected as one of the nine demonstrator sites to redesign the model of care for people with complex needs in England. The Stockton site was unique in that the Voluntary Community and Social Enterprise sector had a leading role in the support and delivery of the IPC programme.

It was noted that consideration needed to be given to how IPC could be rolled out, at scale. To help understand what needed to change, NHS England had commissioned an organisation called NESTA, which would be supporting Stockton in a ‘100 day challenge'.

Discussion on this item could be summarised as follows:

- the linked data set would be of huge value. COPD and Diabetes were key areas of work but it would be useful to broaden the approach to other conditions. It was noted that work was underway with NECS to expand the approach, once the current process had been thoroughly tested.

- use of community assets and engagement with organisations in the voluntary sector and social housing providers was not progressing as hoped and this continued to be a challenge. It was suggested that an IPC strand could be included in broader engagement activity around BCF and STP.

- IPC had already demonstrated that there were other ways of doing things and the values and thinking, that had emerged, could be used in other areas.

- information sharing between health and social care was key to becoming more joined up.

- the first tranche of demonstrator sites ended March 2018, but from January 2017 another nine sites had been identified. 2020 would see the national roll out.

- Targets were 2000 care plans and 400 budgets. Budgets included personal health budgets and continuing health care. The care plans were built into the 100 day challenge. It was anticipated that both targets would be reached.

- Mental Health issues were linked to chronic conditions such as diabetes and COPD and TEWV indicated that it would welcome being involved in providing any support.

- a brokerage service may help bring individuals together who require the same service and this may assist some of the concerns voluntary organisations had around funding.
AHP
43/16
Members received a report that provided a performance update regarding key indicators from the performance monitoring framework for the Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy delivery plan, at December 2016.

Discussion could be summarised as follows:

- smoking prevalence among young people was queried. Was the number of young people, taking up smoking, reducing? It was noted that there was work through FRESH around targeting young people . More information about prevalence in this group would be included in the next performance report.

It was noted that work was on-going to understand Stockton's performance, in terms of drugs treatment, in comparison to other comparator authorities. It was suggested that a specific item be placed on the Forward Plan around drugs treatment services, the impact of recent changes and any national framework.
AHP
44/16
Members received a presentation regarding improving outcomes through the promotion of parent-child reading.

Members noted that being read to daily and having a set bed time by the age of 3 was likely to be predictive factors of a child's chance of being 'ready for school' and achieving good educational outcomes.

Members were provided with details of how libraries supported Parent-Child Reading.

Discussion could be summarised as follows:

- it was suggested that there were limitations to what the Adults' Partnership could do in this area, though there may be some areas where support could be provided. It was explained that this presentation would be going to the Children and Young People's Partnership

- TEWV explained that, in terms of post natal depression, and working with Health Visitors, it may be possible to provide support to families around reading. Jane King would pick this up outside the meeting.

- there may be potential to harness grandparents' help and it was suggested that this presentation should be provided to the over 50's Forum. Older People could be used as an asset in terms of encouraging reading and the Forum would be a good place to kick off discussions.

- Catalyst issued an e-bulletin every Wednesday and it was suggested that this could be used to highlight the importance of reading and the services/initiatives available.

- some work with Dads should be considered.
AHP
45/16
Members considered the Partnership's Forward Plan.

Items to be added:

Drugs Treatment approach - to be scheduled
Domestic Abuse Strategy - to be scheduled
Better Care Fund Plan - to be scheduled when guidance received
Smoking (where next?)
Over 50s' Forum - Annual Report - to be scheduled

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