The knowledge, skills, experience and resources of voluntary, community and social enterprise organisations are crucial to the widespread implementation of care and support planning suggests a new discussion paper from National Voices Wellbeing Our Way programme. The report argues that charities have a vital role in supporting people to develop care and support plans, and in working with people with long-term conditions and their clinical teams to put the plans into practice. The publication includes examples of where charities have added real value to the care and support planning process, including from ARMA member National Rheumatoid Arthritis Society.

Download What is the role of VCSE organisations in care and support planning? from the National Voices website, from 2nd March 2016 (link not live until then).

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