Transforming Care Partnership (TCP)
The 'Transforming Care Partnership' is changing how services are delivered and commissioned across the UK.
It aims to improve services for people with learning disabilities and/or autism, who display behaviour that challenges, including those with a mental health condition, so that they can live in the community, closer to home.
It will focus on:
• empowering individuals to give them more choice and more say in their care
• right care, right place - community care and personalised support
• more innovative services to give people a range of care options, with personal budgets, so that care meets individuals’ needs;
• local housing
Read more about the Transforming Care programme by accessing NHS England's website on the right of this page.
The national plan, “Building the Right Support”, includes 48 Transforming Care Partnerships (TCPs) across England to re-shape local services.
There is also a new “Service Model" to make sure that Health and Social Care for Children, Young People and Adults work together.
Services and Commissioners in Southampton, Hampshire, Isle of Wight & Portsmouth (SHIP ) have come together to form our local TCP. You can read more about the work they are doing via the SHIP link on the right.