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GM VCSE Assembly: ‘Our GM, Our Children, Our Future’ Tuesday 2 nd July 2019

GM VCSE Assembly: ‘Our GM, Our Children, Our Future’ Tuesday 2 nd July 2019 #VCSEEngage All slides will be shared electronically with delegates after the event

Our GM, Our Children, Our Future 2 nd July 2019 Welcome 2 2

Our GM, Our Children, Our Future 2 nd July 2019 Welcome 2 2

Running Order 9. 30 – 9. 40 – 10. 30 – 11. 00 –

Running Order 9. 30 – 9. 40 – 10. 30 – 11. 00 – 11. 15 – 12. 00 – 12. 30 – 13. 00 Introduction Where are we now? Mapping Exercise Break Workshops GM VCSE Priorities - discussion Feedback and Close

Individual outcomes The devils in the detail!

Individual outcomes The devils in the detail!

CHILDREN’S HEALTH AND WELLBEING FRAMEWORK Warren Heppolette, Executive Lead, Strategy & System Development Greater

CHILDREN’S HEALTH AND WELLBEING FRAMEWORK Warren Heppolette, Executive Lead, Strategy & System Development Greater Manchester Health & Social Care Partnership

GM Children and Young People: Population Health Profile ENGLAND GREATER MANCHESTER 6

GM Children and Young People: Population Health Profile ENGLAND GREATER MANCHESTER 6

Engagement Ladder Taken from GM Health and Social Care Partnership Engagement Strategy and based

Engagement Ladder Taken from GM Health and Social Care Partnership Engagement Strategy and based on the work of Sherry Arnstein ‘engagement ladder model’: DEVOLVING – Placing decision in the hands of CYP and families, engaging and asking CYP and families to deliver some of the programmes and projects in partnership with our partners COLLABORATING – Working in partnership with CYP and families in each aspect of the decision making, including the development of alternatives and preferred solutions. INVOLVING – Working directly with CYP and families to ensure concerns and aspirations are consistently understood and considered. CONSULTING – Obtaining CYP and families feedback and analysis, alternatives and/or decisions. Eg: surveys, citizen panel and focus groups. INFORMING – Provide CYP and families with balanced and objective information to assist them in understanding problems, alternatives, opportunities and solutions. Eg: websites, newsletters, emails and press releases. 7

Development of the Framework with CYP • Leaders in the GM Children’s Cabinet developed

Development of the Framework with CYP • Leaders in the GM Children’s Cabinet developed a set of priorities in March 2017 for the Children’s Health and Wellbeing Board (CHWBB) to consider • Quarterly “deep dives” to develop objectives • Adopted a networked approach to engagement being facilitated through existing groups such as Youth Combined Authority and GM Parent and Carer Forum. • The GM CHWBB includes young people and family representatives amongst its membership and as key participants in presentations to ensure close engagement with Young People’s health priorities. • • • 3 “Children’s Challenge Days” with GM Youth Combined Authority The objectives were reviewed by the GM Health and Care Board in December 2017 and finalised GMHSCP / GMCA GM Youth Combined Authority Health advisory group ongoing 8

Our Aim To ensure that the young person’s voice is central to this framework

Our Aim To ensure that the young person’s voice is central to this framework and delivers the transformation in their care required to meet their self-defined challenges. We will improve joint work across all organisations in GM to: • • build on experience, statutory responsibility and skills within organisations for the clear benefit of children. remove inconsistency in care and in outcomes. embed the compendium of programmes of work already in train under other organisations and strategies achieve Priority 1 in The GM Health and Social Care Devolution Plan “Taking Charge, Taking Responsibility” …. more children reaching a good level of social and emotional development with 3, 250 more children ready for the start of school aged 5. 9

Framework Objectives 10

Framework Objectives 10

MH GM Youth Combined Authority Health Sub. Committee Place to Be 42 nd Street

MH GM Youth Combined Authority Health Sub. Committee Place to Be 42 nd Street Youth Sports Trust Young Health Ambassadors Exec Board VCSE members Engagement Youth Agreement 42 nd Street and GM Youth Combined Authority PAA Parent / Carers on working groups GM Youth Assembly Early Years VCSE Task and Finish Group

GM Youth Agreement developed by CYP through GM Youth Combined Authority GM CYP conference

GM Youth Agreement developed by CYP through GM Youth Combined Authority GM CYP conference 4 th July

OPPORTUNITIES FOR FURTHER ENGAGEMENT • Development and adoption of long term conditions passport •

OPPORTUNITIES FOR FURTHER ENGAGEMENT • Development and adoption of long term conditions passport • Input into review of health services (complex conditions) • Opportunities for workforce development • Paediatric acute care review • Community services to support care closer to home

THIS IS THE SECTION TITLE Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership Contact us

THIS IS THE SECTION TITLE Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership Contact us If you have any queries about these guidelines, contact the GMHSC communications team: gm. [email protected] net www. gmhsc. org. uk @GM_HSC

THANK YOU Contact us If you have any queries about these guidelines, contact the

THANK YOU Contact us If you have any queries about these guidelines, contact the GMHSC communications team: gm. [email protected] net www. gmhsc. org. uk @GM_HSC

Mapping exercise

Mapping exercise

WORKSHOPS • Youth (including work, housing, justice & education) Main Hall • Early Years/School

WORKSHOPS • Youth (including work, housing, justice & education) Main Hall • Early Years/School Readiness Gaskell Room • Complex Needs (including care leavers) Mambu Room

During this session so far you’ve heard about the various strategies and programmes linked

During this session so far you’ve heard about the various strategies and programmes linked to Children and Young People in GM. Now we want to hear from you. On your tables discuss: What are the priorities for the VCSE sector around involvement in and delivery of the current GM plans related to Children and Young People? Please record notes on a flipchart and select up to 5 priorities to feedback to the room at the end of the session.