Care at home that puts people more in control
Over the past year, we have been working with Lambeth Council on a project looking into how home care can be improved. The aim was to use design approaches to find ways for home care to be more joined up with other services and to empower people.
20 November 2019
Using our research to influence maternity services
A couple of months ago we published a report on perinatal mental health in Lambeth. We looked at the experience of mothers during pregnancy and after giving birth – and the support they received. Here's what we've done with the findings
1 November 2019
£390,244 for the Lambeth Advance Care Planning Consortium
The Lambeth Advance Care Planning Consortium has been granted £390,244 for a three-year project that brings local organisations together to make advance care planning more accessible for the borough’s diverse communities.
27 October 2019
South East London is merging CCGs: are there risks for Lambeth people?
A number of Lambeth residents have voiced their concern that proposals for "Our Healthier South East London", the regional coordinator of the national NHS Long Term Plan. People worry that proposals will have a major impact on Lambeth's autonomy.
20 September 2019
Care Home Enter & View: loneliness, oral health and more
In September and October we’re carrying out Enter and View visits into three care homes that are providing block contract beds for Lambeth Council. This will support Lambeth Council’s improvement plans for the care homes.
9 September 2019
King’s College Hospital rated as ‘requires improvement’
The trust was rated ‘requires improvement’ for being safe, effective, responsive and well-led. It was rated ‘good’ for being caring, following the inspection in January and February 2019. Their previous overall rating was also ‘requires improvement'.
20 June 2019
Lambeth Learning Disability Assembly - Newsletters
Here you can find all past issues of the LLDA newsletter. The newsletter has useful information for Lambeth people with Learning disabilities. It also introduces new services and talks about issues that local people with learning disabilities share.
10 February 2019