The Mental Health, Learning Disabilities, Dementia and Autism (MHLDDA) Delivery Group is part of the Health and Care Partnership (HCP), whose vision is for our “health and care services to be integrated, joined up, and seamless; to reduce and remove health inequalities in a way that involves people, their experiences and our communities at the centre.”
The MHLDDA delivery group works collaboratively between partners to achieve change and transformation for those who live in Sheffield and who need help and support with their mental health, learning disability, autism or dementia needs in Sheffield.
The delivery group meets at least every two months, and has a diverse membership, including Experts by Experience representatives. It is for partners and is not an internal South Yorkshire Integrated Care Board (ICB) meeting.
The delivery group has several priorities that it is focussing on in 23/24 and beyond. These include:
All these priorities are designed to be delivered with and, where possible, by, the Voluntary Community Social Enterprise sector, working together to address and reduce health inequalities in Sheffield. They will also be delivered collaboratively with partners, potentially through one of South Yorkshire’s provider collaboratives.
Our main strategies are available through the links below:
Recent news about the delivery group and its activities can be found here.
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