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  • The role of new models of integrated early years services in preventing

    complex needsWendy Meredith Director for

    Population Health Transformation

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    Why are Early Years so important?

    Babies are born with trillions of brain cells

    Cant use them until connected

    Use then or lose them! Its hard to catch up

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    A wide range of research now shows that conception to age 2 is a crucial phase of human development and is the time when focused attention can reap dividends for societyBecause we now understand the importance of the 0-2 period in creating solid psychological and neurological foundations to optimise lifelong social, emotional and physical health, and educational and economic attainment, we believe policy emphasis needs to shift to reflect this.

    Why are Early Years so important?

    Conception to Age 2 the age of opportunity, WAVE Trust, 2013

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    Why are Early Years so important?

  • What are we doing in Greater Manchester?

    10 Local Authorities

    175 Childrens Centres

    12 CCGs

    855 primary schools

    7 Maternity Providers

    1214 Daycare providers

    6 HV Provider Trusts

    777.5 Health Visitors (in 2015)

    37500 babies per annum

  • No silver bullet, most families will need a sequenced package of support, some over two years and others even longer

    Holistic approach taking the whole child within the whole family

    Integrated across sectors - health, local govt, daycare providers, voluntary providers

    Early identification of need and risk factors through timely assessments points

    Evidence-based approach to assessment and intervention

    Ensuring maximum VFM for the taxpayer

    Emphasis throughout on work and skills for both children and parents (linking with Universal Credit)

    Evaluation to inform planning and policy making

    New Delivery Model Principles

  • New Delivery Model Components

    1. A shared outcomes framework,

    2. A common assessment pathway across GM

    3. Evidence-based assessment tools

    4. Pathways into a suite of evidence-based interventions

    5. Ensuring better use of daycare

    6. A new workforce approach, to drive a shift in culture

    7. Better data systems

    8. Long-term evaluation

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  • Who saves the money?

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    % achieving a GLD

    2013 2014 2015 2016

    Bolton 48 54 61 65Bury 51 56 66 69Manchester 47 53 61 64Oldham 41 52 57 61Rochdale 42 50 57 63Salford 53 57 61 65Stockport 54 62 68 69Tameside 42 52 58 63Trafford 61 69 73 73Wigan 38 55 64 67ENGLAND 52 60 66 69NW 50 58 64 67GM 47 56 62 66

    How are we doing?

  • Developing mental wellbeing and

    personal resilience

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  • Wendy Meredith, Director for Population Health Transformation

    E-mail: gm.devo@nhs.net

    Website: www.gmhealthandsocialcaredevo.org.uk

    Twitter: @GMHSC_Devo #takingcharge

    http://www.gmhealthandsocialcaredevo.org.uk/