Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council

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Adults' Health and Wellbeing Commissioning Group Minutes

Date:
Tuesday, 27th May, 2014
Time:
2.00PM
Place:
Conference Room 2, Municipal Buildings, Church Road
 
Please note: all Minutes are subject to approval at the next Meeting

Attendance Details

Present:
Peter Kelly(Chairman), Cllr Jim Beall, Emma Champley, Liz Hanley, Sean McEneany, Simon Willson,
Officers:
Michael Henderson
Apologies for absence:
Sarah Bowman, Karen Hawkins, Hilary Hall, Jayne Herring
Item Description Decision
Public
AHW
6/14
DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST
 
AHW
7/14
MINUTES OF MEETING HELD ON 28 APRIL 2014
 
AHW
8/14
ADULT STRUCTURES
RESOLVED that consideration be given to the most suitable structure for Adults and what actions will be necessary to achieve this.
AHW
9/14
PERFORMANCE
RESOLVED that a further report on a performance framework be presented to a future meeting of the Group.
AHW
10/14
WINTERBOURNE VIEW
RESOLVED that the information be noted.
AHW
11/14
FORWARD PLAN
RESOLVED that the Plan be agreed.
2pm / 4pm

Preamble

ItemPreamble
AHW
6/14
There were no declarations of interest.
AHW
7/14
The minutes of the meeting held on 28 April 2014 were confirmed as a correct record.
AHW
8/14
The Group was informed that the Health and Wellbeing Board had requested that a mapping exercise of relevant Groups to understand the structures beneath the Board that were in place to assist it in achieving its objectives.

The Group was provided with a report that summarised the information that had been supplied for that purpose.

Members noted structures within Public Health, NHS England, Adult Social Care, the Clinical Commissioning Group and Better Care Fund.

Members were asked to consider the information and identify next steps.

The Group agreed that the next steps would be to identify the best possible structure and, thereafter, undertake the necessary actions to introduce it. Development of any structure should not be restricted by existing arrangements and should be clear to all providers.

It was agreed that Peter Kelly and Emma Champley consider this further and report back to the Group.
AHW
9/14
The Group received a report relating to performance and the National Outcomes Frameworks relevant to Public Health, the NHS and Social Care. It also provided a summary of the 2013 Adult Health Profile for the Borough. The purpose of the paper was to stimulate discussion regarding whether a performance framework should be developed for the Group and the scope of that framework.

Members noted and discussed the information provided and following this it was agreed that further consideration of what would be included in a performance framework should take place outside the meeting.
AHW
10/14
The Group received an update on the stocktake on progress towards individuals with learning disabilities and autism receiving personalised care and support in community settings, if appropriate. Members noted some difficulties in obtaining essential details of people in hospital placements, due to be moved to community-based support. This was being pursued.

AHW
11/14
Members considered the Group's Forward Plan.

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