Project Description

Frimley Healthcare ICS: Support to develop the neurodiversity workstream

East Berkshire CCG

Objectives

Attain was commissioned by East Berkshire CCG to support the development of the Frimley Health ICS neurodiversity children’s workstream.

Attain’s objectives were to support the workstream SRO and partners to develop their governance arrangements and priorities.

Attain also supported the workstream members to work together so that they could:

  • Identify what activities are carried out at place based and wider geographical levels

  • Identify where they can work together to transform the services on offer

  • Align services where possible

  • Identify, learn from and share good practice

  • Optimise resources

What we did

Our support included:

  • Carrying out a baseline assessment of the work already undertaken across the ICS

  • Working with workstream members to develop a vision, PID, roadmap and action log

  • Carrying out a desktop review of children, young peoples and family health and wellbeing themes across each locality within the ICS and nationally and summarised them

  • Creating a maturity matrix to enable the workstream members to identify which area would be best place to implement an early identification screening tool pilot

  • Supporting two of the localities to complete the maturity matrix

Our impact

We developed:

  • A united vision for neurodiversity across Frimley health, including a set of priorities and shared workstreams

  • A baseline summary pack outlining work already undertaken across the ICS

  • Governance docs:

    • PID
    • Terms of reference
    • Roadmap
    • Action log
    • A summarised set of priorities pack
  • A series of workstreams to deliver the ambition of the workstreams

  • Children, young peoples and families health and wellbeing theme summary pack

  • A maturity matrix summary pack

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