Help to build a picture about the third sector and Local Care Partnerships
Voluntary Action Leeds
It’s been recognised that some smaller Third Sector organisations and citywide Third Sector organisations working within specific fields of work may struggle to fully engage with the Local Care Partnerships (LCPs); meaning that the incredibly valuable work delivered by some organisations is not always part of the conversation; and opportunities for joint working can be missed.
Karl Witty from Forum Central is working with Third Sector and system partners on a piece of work aiming to make the LCPs work better for the broad Third Sector, providing more inclusive and supportive structures which promote joined up working at the very local level. As part of this work, Karl is hoping to capture the views of Third Sector organisations, located across the LCP areas (with a particular focus on smaller and citywide organisations), covering topics including:
- How your organisation currently connects with other parts of the health and care system
- The barriers and enablers to working with partners
- What you would like Local Care Partnerships to become in the future
Karl would very much appreciate it if you could offer a short amount of time to share your thoughts and opinions on this matter, either by completing this survey (estimated completion time = 10 minutes) or by contacting him on email@example.com to arrange a conversation.
Findings from this work will be used to develop a ‘theory of change’ to inform the ongoing development of the Local Care Partnerships, and other cross sector forums within the city. Please do let Karl know if you would like to be involved.
Thank you for your time and support.