The aim of the service is to provide a high quality, community based service, based upon the requirements of the Care Act 2014 and relevant National Standards, which shall provide rehabilitation and support in order to maximise independence and promote quality of life. The overarching service priorities for the Liverpool Sight Impairment Support Service are: Priority 1 To promote self-care and shift to prevention Priority 2 Outcome Focused - To develop a person centred approach to the delivery of sensory impairment services Priority 3 Clear and Effective Care Pathways - Develop a service which is accessible to use, easy to understand and delivers effective outcomes Priority 4 Integrated and Localised - Develop and integrate services further, in order to provide seamless provision and access Priority 5 Flexible, adaptable and fit for the future - Develop Sensory Impairment services that are flexible, responsive and forward looking Priority 6 Improving Practice and Performance - Provide reliable information to understand the prevalence of sensory impairment within the City; also enabling the ability to monitor the reach, performance and practice of services and the engagement with service users and their carers or family members
4th Floor, Cunard Building
Contract value: 2085000-2085000
Published: 2 Aug 2018, Receipt by: 24 Aug 2018
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