CWTSH - AN INTEGRATED WELLBEING NETWORK

BACKGROUND

Integrated Wellbeing Networks are about working together better, and more effectively, to support community wellbeing to continue to improve the health and wellbeing of oor communities now and in the future.

It’s about starting with what we already have; building on what’s strong and working together with the unique strengths and assets that exist in our communities:

  • OUR PEOPLE - Their relationships, knowledge and skills

  • OUR PLACES - Healthy places and community assets

  • OUR PROVISION - Wellbeing support and services

Funded by Welsh Government Transformation Funding aimed at delivering A Healthier Wales, the Gwent Regional Partnership Board through Aneurin Bevan Health Board Public Health team launched the development of Integrated Wellbeing Networks in late April 2019. Integrated Wellbeing Networks are being piloted in four Neighbourhood Care Network areas initially:

  • Blaenau Gwent (East and West)

  • Caerphilly North (Upper Rhymney Valley)

  • Newport East

  • Torfaen North

In Monmouthshire, Integrated Wellbeing Networks are supporting the work being done under the existing Changing Practice, Changing Lives programme.

HOW INTEGRATED WELLBEING NETWORKS WORK

Integrated Wellbeing Networks improve and strengthen wellbeing by connecting and enhancing community assets for people to build relationships and find the things that matter to them. There are four elements:

  1. Place-based collaboration

  2. Community-based Hubs

  3. People who deliver services and support

  4. Easy access to well-being Information
     

Integrated Wellbeing Networks (IWN) were developed on the basis of a baseline evidence review.

PLAN ON A PAGE

 

You can also download the Plan on a Page by clicking the image above.

INTEGRATED WELLBEING NETWORKS ANIMATION

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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