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        Social Prescribing Service (Pilot)

 

Aim of the Service

 

The aim of this new service is about linking people to activities in the community that promotes independence and wellbeing.  It is about connecting people to non-medical sources of support.

 

Background

 

Bassetlaw Clinical Commissioning Group has commissioned Bassetlaw Community and Voluntary Service (BCVS) to provide the Social Prescribing Service across Bassetlaw.  The service is available to patients aged 65 and over who are socially isolated or frail and registered with a Bassetlaw GP.

 

How to Access the Service/What the Service Provides

 

Patients can be referred into the service via their GP or Community Nursing Service.  The patient will then receive a visit from a Voluntary and Community Services (VCS) Advisor to discuss voluntary or community services that could improve the patient’s health and wellbeing.    The service is available for a maximum of 12 weeks.  The Advisor can help patients to:-

 

  • Access specific support groups
  • Attend local community social groups
  • Access benefits, debt and welfare rights advice
  • Address isolation issues
  • Access services for carer/s
  • Create a plan of action
  • Improve health and wellbeing and independence
  • Access information and advice on a wide range of services
  • Access other services eg. community transport

 

At the end of the 12 week intervention, the Advisor will arrange to meet the patient and discuss next steps to enable the patient to continue accessing the support they have received from the voluntary and community sector.

 

Contact Details

 

Julie Barnes, Social Prescribing Manager at BCVS. Telephone: 01909 476118 extension 30 or

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Social Inclusion Consortium (SInC) Building Better Opportunities documents

The Social Inclusion Consortium (SInC) has been convened by four Local Infrastructure Bodies (Bassetlaw CVS, Community Action Derby, Nottingham CVS, Rural Action Derbyshire).

The consortium has  come together across the D2N2 area, working towards applications for one strand within the D2N2 LEP European Union Structural Investment Funds prospectus.

The strand is called Building Better Opportunities (BBO) and is matched at source by the Big Lottery. The current indication is for £13m to be invested into 3 programmes, each delivered over 3 years. These programmes are:

-Towards Work

-Financial Inclusion

-Multiple & Complex Needs

​The documents below must be read prior to applying for a Building Better Opportunities outline and / or an application being made to the Social Inclusion Consortium.

BBO Application Summary

Social Inclusion Framework

BBO D2N2 Project- 1 of 3- Finacial Inclusion

BBO D2N2 Project- 2 of 3- Multipule and Complex Needs

BBO D2N2 Project- 3 of 3- Towards Work

 


BCVS Training

 

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 BCVS Room Hire Cancellation Policy

25% of fee payable if cancelled with less than 1 months’ notice

50% of fee payable if cancelled with less than 14 days’ notice

75% of fee payable if cancelled with less than 7 days’ notice

100% of fee payable if cancelled with less than 24 hours’ notice


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Welcome to BCVS

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Bassetlaw Community and Voluntary Service - a local support and development organisation for the voluntary and Community Sector (VCS) 

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signpostBCVS What we do: Project and Funding Help

  • Strategic/business planning and review
  • Innovation and project development
  • One to one support to new and established groups
  • Project and Core Funding advice and support
  • Support and commissioning, tendering and bid writing
  • Help with funding searches, including Grantnet and Grantfinder
  • Identifying consultancy support

BCVS What we do: Practical support for Groups

  • Voluntary and community sector news and information support
  • Governance/Trustee services for groups, charities and social enterprise
  • Administration and office support services

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    *Bassetlaw Health website *

    For a full and comprehensive list of all services in and across Bassetlaw that you can access and download.  For more information, please click here.

     

    * NottsInfoScript *

    Link to the Information Prescription website http://nottsinfoscript.co.uk.  This site has links to the each of the specialist websites, long term conditions, Childrens' etc.

     

    * Choose My Support * 

    50 Nottinghamshire social care providers have already signed up to Choose My Support - a free website to promote services and products to the public. Don't miss out on this opportunity to promote your organisation. Registration is free and simple - for step by step instructions visit: www.nottinghamshire.gov.uk/choosemysupport

    Or simply register using this link: http://www.choosemysupport.org.uk/

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    Nottinghamshire First

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    Nottinghamshire First is a partnership made up of BCVS, NAVO, Rushcliffe CVS, Gedling CVS, Voluntary Action Broxtowe, Newark & Sherwood CVS, Ashfield Voluntary Action and Mansfield CVS and several Infrastructure Bodies across the County.  Together, we are working to improve services and communications across Organisations and Businesses.  We will deliver relevant training in order to equip individuals with up to date skills and qualifications.  We are also raising business awareness with a view to unlocking income streams and exploring new ways of working.  For more information and to visit the Nottinghamshire First website, please click here