Improving mental health and wellbeing

We are committed to improving mental health and transforming how we support people with learning disabilities and autism across North West London.

Where possible, support must be:

 

  • Personalised – empowering people to make decisions about the support they need for themselves. This ensures care meets each individual’s needs.
  • Localised – allowing for a wider variety of services closer to home. This ensures care is convenient.
  • Integrated – providing a holistic approach to all the aspects of a person’s health and well-being, and that it is coordinated across all the services involved. This ensures care is efficient.
  • Specialised – centralising services where necessary to ensure greater access to specialist support. This ensures care is better.

We’re also making sure that people across North West London are involved in improving mental health by involving them from an early stage in the design of services, and listening to their feedback along the way. Get in touch with your local mental health team in North West London.

Through this joint approach, we will improve people’s health and well-being, giving them a better quality of life.

Thanks to the following organisations for helping to develop the training materials:

Like Minded is a project which brings together people, carers, doctors, nurses, charity and voluntary groups and other experts. Together we are improving mental health and wellbeing across North West London.

Tell your friends and colleagues!

These are free training courses to transform how we support people with learning disabilities and autism. Please share with your friends and colleagues. Thanks.