The Trust is committed to providing excellent health and social care for both people with mental ill health and those with a learning disability. We aim to provide services which make a positive difference to the lives of service users and their carers.
The partnership arrangements with the local authority provide an excellent opportunity to develop a recovery approach based on holistic assessment of both health and social care needs. Service user and carer centrality, underpinned by the principles of choice, control and independence facilitates an integrated approach.
The Trust has an outstanding track record of service delivery and quality. It is currently rated as “excellent” for quality of service provision and “excellent” for the Use of Resources by the Care QualityCommission as part of the Annual Health Check.
‘to be the leading provider of mental health and specialist learning disability services in the country’
To be a leading provider, we must offer high quality care with excellent treatment outcomes, within a safe environment which meets the needs of service users.
Our vision is underpinned by eight goals which inform our entire strategy.
To deliver high quality integrated health and social care services in accordance with recovery principles
To be the provider of choice for service users, carers, the community and commissioners
To work in partnership with the community to promote the wellbeing of others, whilst making a positive contribution to the environment
To be the employer of choice where staff are highly valued, well supported and rewarded
To create a dynamic and flexible working environment where staff are motivated and committed to providing high quality care
To embed a learning culture where staff develop their full potential and deliver excellent care
To ensure a sustainable future through income growth and efficient use of resources
To be an innovative and learning organisation that embraces new and modern approaches to health and social care
How our vision was formed
Working on where the Trust should be in five years’ time and what the aspirations are for the organisation, the Board concluded that we should be the 'best' in all respects.
Discussions as to what constituted the ‘best’ are identified below.
- Providing services tailored to service users, carers and commissioners
- Forging good relationships with all service users, carers, partners and commissioners
- Employing the best workforce able to provide care at the cutting edge of innovative practice
- Exceeding performance targets against both our Key Performance Indicators and the Annual Health Check
As part of the consultation process, we have sought the views of service users, governors, members, staff, commissioners and other stakeholders in developing our five year strategy and are confident that it not only reflects their views and priorities, but is based on a vision that can inspire and match those of the people we work for.