Health and Wellbeing for our City
Wednesday 29 June 2016
Victory Suite, Fratton Park
Have a say about how Health and Wellbeing services are delivered in Portsmouth
Voluntary, community and social enterprise groups have a crucial role in addressing health, care and wellbeing needs of our local communities. In a time of significant change for Health and Wellbeing services, now is an exciting opportunity to explore how we can work better together to strengthen our offer and how we respond to health and social care needs and opportunities.
Innes Richens, the Chief Operating Officer at NHS Portsmouth Clinical Commissioning Group, and now also Director of Adult Social Care for Portsmouth City Council will share his vision on this changing landscape and how he would like to experience health and wellbeing services in the future focusing on ‘The Portsmouth Blueprint’ and the role of voluntary, community and social enterprise groups in shaping services.
- Meet providers and showcase services
- Collaboration & networking opportunities
- Developing new partnerships
- Participate in plans for the future of health and wellbeing services
- Celebrate and encourage the individual to have a say
There will be a series of workshops that will explore how we can work together to identify what is needed to be able to adapt and change our services in response to the individual's needs.
Who should attend?
- Voluntary & Community Groups
- Social Enterprises
- Service Users
Guests from statutory Health, Care and Wellbeing services are now welcome to book via Eventbrite using the 'Statutory Sector' ticket option.
Voluntary, community and social enterprise groups working in Portsmouth will have the opportunity to showcase their work. If you are interested in taking a stand please call 023 9282 2795 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please arrive from 09.30 for registration, for a 10.00 start. The event will close by 15.00. Refreshments, including lunch will be provided. A full programme will be issued closer to the event. The event is free to attend. Register here.