Co-production: Giving Communities a Helping Hand
Co-production* is an important factor in health integration. By
empowering communities, it delivers improved health care,
innovation and better outcomes for patients, according to a new
report by the NHS Alliance and Turning Point, with the support of
Raising the Bar: Driving Co-production through Clinical
Commissioning puts co-production at...
Turning Point Comments on New Strategic Vision for Volunteering in Social Care
Commenting on Turning Point's new strategic vision for
volunteering in social care, Turning Point Connected Care's
Assistant Director, Gemma Bruce said;
"The investment of £2.6 million towards national volunteering
and social action projects is a step in the right direction.
Volunteers make a huge contribution towards the delivery of health
Whitehall Must Give Power to the People
"Whitehall must give power to the people" - This was the message
delivered by Chief Parliamentary and Political Adviser to the
Deputy Prime Minister, Norman Lamb MP at a conference hosted by
Lord Adebowale, Chief Executive of Turning Point, at the NCVO
yesterday. The unique event, entitled 'Bridging...
Turning Point Responds to Dilnot Report
In response to the Dilnot report into the funding of care and
support, published today, Turning Point's Chief Executive, Lord
Victor Adebowale said;
"We have long needed to achieve an affordable and sustainable
system for funding long-term care in this country. The fact that
this is being looked into in...
Turning Point Response to Law Commission Proposals
Commenting on the Law Commission's final proposals following
their Adult Social Care Project, Lord Victor Adebowale, Chief
Executive of leading health and social care organisation, Turning
"This far reaching report provides an important foundation for
encouraging and supporting integration. This was one of
the key issues raised by service...