Agenda and minutes

Health & Wellbeing Board
Wednesday, 29th January, 2020 2.00 pm

Venue: Conference Room 2 - Fred Perry House

Contact: Charles Yankiah  (0161 474 3206)

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Items
No. Item

1.

Minutes pdf icon PDF 127 KB

To approve as a correct record and sign the Minutes of the meeting held on 13November 2019.

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Minutes:

The Minutes (copies of which had been circulated) of the meeting held on 13 November 2019 were approved as a correct record and signed by the Chair.

2.

Declarations of Interest

Councillors and officers to declare any interests which they have in any of the items on the agenda for the meeting.

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Minutes:

Board members and officers were invited to declare any interests they had in any of the items on the agenda for the meeting.

 

No declarations of interest were made.

3.

Chair's Announcements

To achieve any announcements from the Chair on matters related to the activity of the Board.

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Minutes:

There were no announcements.

4.

Presentation - Carecall Universal Offer Update pdf icon PDF 2 MB

To consider a presentation by Stockport Homes to update the Health and Wellbeing Board on Phase One of the innovation in technology enabled living being brought to life in Stockport.

 

The Board is invited to comment on the presentation.

 

Officer contact: Sara McKee, 07740 429125, sara@evermorewellbeing.com

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Minutes:

 

 

Sara McKee (Stockport Council) and Gill Owen-John (Stockport Homes) attended the meeting and made a joint presentation to the Board (copies of which had been circulated), providing an update relating to Phase One of the innovation in technology enabled living being brought to life in Stockport through a telecare service managed in partnership with Stockport Council and Stockport Homes Care Call. It was a 24 hour monitoring centre facilitating emergency calls from Stockport residents being launched from winter 2019/20 to autumn/winter 2020 and with a planned marketing plan to target the following groups:

 

·         users, family & carers;

·         stakeholders & advocates;

·         senior leaders & partners; and

·         the press and publications;

 

The following comments were made/issues raised: -

 

·         Consideration be given to ‘faith’ groups as part of the planned marketing due to the access to older groups and isolated residents in the community.

·         Clarification was sought regarding the current customer base across the Borough. In response, it was commented that there were up to 45,000 over 65 year olds in the Borough, with up to 5,000 already registered with another 1800 already commissioned who would not be affected by the launch.

·         Clarification was sought regarding those who could not afford the payments for the care-call. In response, it was commented that Stockport Homes Advice Team in the first instance would be working with people and looking at their income and expenditure and then would be making referrals to social care for an assessment if necessary.

·         It was noted that the technology was good and provided looking at patients care more proactively in advance to avoid anything happening to the patients later on, however, Stockport has the largest growing population in the Greater Manchester area of over 65 year olds and the technology would need to be looked at for the future as well as part of any long term plans.

 

RESOLVED – That Sara McKee and Gill Owen-John be thanked for their attendance and presentation.

5.

Suicide Prevention Strategy and Action Plan pdf icon PDF 91 KB

To consider a report of the Director of Public Health.

 

This report presents a refreshed Suicide Prevention Strategy 2019-22 for Stockport, and an annual Action Plan for the year 2020. 

 

The Board is asked to endorse the new Suicide Prevention Strategy and Action Plan.

 

Officer contact: Judith Strobl, 0161 474 2535, judith.strobl@stockport.gov.uk

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Minutes:

The Director of Public Health submitted a report (copies of which had been circulated) seeking the Board’s endorsement of the new Suicide Prevention Strategy and Action Plan.

 

Board members welcomed the Strategy and the Action Plan as a document that linked everyone including the CCG Crisis response and the success of a multi-agency approach for suicide prevention in Stockport.

 

RESOLVED – That the report be noted and everyone involved in producing the Strategy and Action Plan be thanked.

 

 

6.

Special Educational Needs and Disability Joint Commissioning Plan pdf icon PDF 87 KB

To consider a report of the Service Director Strategy and Commissioning, Stockport MBC and Interim Director of Commissioning, Stockport CCG

 

The report outlines Stockport Council and Stockport CCG’s shared commitment to supporting children and young people with SEND and their families in Stockport.

 

The Board is asked to agree the Special Education Needs and Disability Joint Commissioning Plan.

 

Officer contact: Kathryn Rees, 0161 474 3174, kathryn.rees@stockport.gov.uk

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Minutes:

A joint report of the Service Director Strategy and Commissioning (Stockport MBC) and the Interim Director of Commissioning (Stockport CCG) was submitted (copies of which had been circulated) seeking the Board’s endorsement of the Special Education Needs and Disability Joint Commissioning Plan. The Plan detailed information relating to the co-production of the strategy and the approach to joint commissioning to be an inclusive Borough. It also outlined the five commissioning and investment priorities for 2019/20 and 2020/21.

 

Board Members welcomed the plan and the joint work between the Council and the CCG that had been undertaken to develop the plan.

 

Comments were made relating to the commitment and the delivery of the plan and parents being able to see real improvements to services and assessments as a result of their involvement in shaping and being engaged in the process to produce the plan.

 

RESOLVED – That Kathryn Rees and Andrea Green be thanked and the Board endorse the Special Education Needs and Disability Joint Commissioning Plan.

7.

Health and Housing – Delivery Better Health and Wellbeing for Residents pdf icon PDF 775 KB

To consider a report of the Corporate Director for Place Management & Regeneration.

 

This report provides a high level update on the range of current programmes and initiatives connecting health and housing and briefly considers their relationship to the Locality Plan.

 

The Board is invited to endorse the report as a high level framework to guide a dedicated workshop session for the health and wellbeing board and wider stakeholders.

 

Officer contact: Jennifer Connolly, 0161 474 2442 or jennifer.connolly@stockport.gov.uk

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Minutes:

A report of the Corporate Director for Place was submitted (copies of which had been circulated) seeking the Board’s endorsement for a dedicated workshop session to be held regarding the role housing can play in delivering the objectives of the Locality Plan.

 

Board members discussed the planned workshop and the long term integrated strategic planning, the innovation needed to work with the existing housing stock and being able to link all the work streams together into the active regeneration and development pipeline for all the partners and stakeholders.

 

The following comments were made/issues raised: -

 

·         There needed to be more creative thinking for new built houses taking into account accessibility, e.g. doorways and staircases etc.

·         Concern was expressed regarding the health and housing link for owner-occupied and privately rented accommodation and the early interventions that would be required to address particular health concerns in a preventative way.

·         Clarification was sought regarding the level of engagement from the Board that would be required and the lessons that could be learned from other parts of the country. In response, it was commented that the Board could lead the way in thinking strategic and big together with the right people on the Board, but also considering those marginal changes that could have incremental benefits over time.

·         It was noted that people often just want to stay at home and with some different ways of thinking and working with partners to do things differently as an enabler and empowering people to remain in their homes longer with some forward planning it could be facilitated.

 

RESOLVED – (1) That the report be noted.

 

(2) The workshop session be held on 18 March 2020 to explore the role housing can play in delivering the objectives of the Locality Plan.

 

(3) Democratic Services and the Stockport Homes Group work together with the Corporate Director for Place to finalise the arrangements for the workshop.

8.

Agenda Planning pdf icon PDF 129 KB

To consider a report of the Deputy Chief Executive.

 

This report sets out planned agenda items for the Health and Wellbeing Board’s next meeting and Forward Plan items that fall within the remit of the Board.

 

The Board is invited to consider the information in the report and put forward any agenda items for future meetings of the Committee.

 

Officer contact: Charles Yankiah, 0161 474 3206, charles.yankiah@stockport.gov.uk

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Minutes:

A representative of the Deputy Chief Executive submitted a report (copies of which had been circulated) setting out planned agenda items for the Health and Wellbeing Board’s next meeting.

 

The Board discussed the frequency and types of meetings to be held in the future.

 

RESOLVED – (1) That the report be noted.

 

(2) Agreed that the Board have six formal meetings each year and workshop and development meetings as and when required and the priorities of the Board be reviewed at the next meeting.