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Project Highlight: NHS CT x SGHC- Kingston and Richmond Project

7th July 2021

Thanks to generous funding from NHS Charities Together, St George’s Hospital Charity has been able to support communities in Kingston and Richmond.

Kingston and Richmond health care providers are developing a Proactive Anticipatory Model (PAC) that will target and support people with rising health and social risks and complexity.

These people and families are normally not on the radar of traditional health and care services and would usually have reactive support should their needs escalate. The idea of the new model is that people would avoid reaching this critical point and instead receive care before that is necessary.

The key aims of the project are:

  • To identify people, early on, who have rising complexity and risks to their health. This would also include people who have been negatively impacted by Covid with longer term implications.
  • To work together in borough-wide, dedicated and multi-professional teams to plan and deliver proactive and preventative support around the individual.
  • To build self-resilience within the community which includes implementing community based self-resilience facilitators, to co-ordinate, connect and support people. As well as mental ill-health prevention within the community and in collaboration with South West London and St George's Mental Health Trust.

Thanks to £195,000 of funding from NHS Charities Together, St George's Hospital Charity has been able to support this much needed programme.

We look forward to providing an update on how the programme develops.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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