Category Archives: Strengths-based social care

Linking up across the city to improve community health

The Civic Hall recently hosted a gathering of like minds and committed partners who are part of ‘Better Together’. With an underpinning commitment to building ‘Healthy Communities and Healthy Lives’, Better Together is the name of the new locality community … Continue reading

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Shared tables not separate tables

There might be a number of reasons that people eat alone. It could be that they can’t physically get out of their homes, or that they don’t have anyone to go out for a meal with.  More than a Mealtime’s … Continue reading

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How getting to know the community you work in helps strength based social care

‘You can’t know what a person or a community needs, until they first know what they have. ‘ John McKnight, Co-Director, ABCD Institute quotes Mick Ward, Deputy Director, Integrated Commissioning, Adult Social Care, Leeds City Council and Leeds North Clinical Commissioning Group. He adds … Continue reading

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