GMHSCP ¦ Launch of GM i-THRIVE Programme
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Free to attend with lunch included
Thrive is a new conceptual framework of care that promotes cross agency understanding of help and support by moving the language used to describe needs from one characterised by deficits (illness disorders problems) to one which recognises and promotes strengths (thriving, health and wellbeing, self-care, advice, help and risk support).
The Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families and The Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust and Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership have collaborated to develop a Greater Manchester i-THRIVE development team that will provide learning and skill based opportunities and Organisational Development framework and capacity to support transforming the model of care for children and young person’s help and support.
The Greater Manchester team will build upon THRIVE informed service transformation that is already underway in each of Greater Manchester’s 10 Local Authorities and those involved with this local work are invited to also be involved with the Greater Manchester launch and help establish a Greater Manchester i-THRIVE community of practice.