Resources for social prescribing link workersLydia Taylor2022-03-17T17:07:56+00:00
Calling all link workers – we want to hear your story! We would like to gather case studies to help us illustrate the positive impact your work has on patients and the healthcare system at large. Find out more.
As a social prescribing link worker, you may find these resources helpful.
Our regional lead for North East and Yorkshire, Jane Hartley, talks about the importance of social prescribing in connecting general practices and voluntary, community and social enterprise organisations:
The Mental Health and Money Toolkit is a resource to help people understand, manage and improve their mental and financial health.
Together with Mental Health and Money Advice, healthcare professionals and people with mental health and money worries, we have co-produced a Mental Health & Money Toolkit. This approach was chosen as people with lived experience wanted an interactive, ‘patient-held’ record, that they could work on collaboratively with their health and social care professional.
The north east London guide for new Social Prescribing Link Workers provides a blend of practical guidance, advice, informative content, checklists and resources. It has been designed to support and empower new SPLWs as they embark in their new role and provide them with the best possible introduction to the role and social prescribing agenda.
The guide will also support north east London Integrated Care Partnerships, Primary Care Networks, managers and Clinical Directors in embedding social prescribing and personalisation.
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