We have a vision for people in the North West where every day is the best it can be, where people live happy, healthy lives; are able to live in their community with the support of family and friends, making best use of the things available to them in their neighbourhood. When more help is needed it starts with a conversation about what makes a great day for them, and builds upon the things in their life which enable them to live happily at home, and is met in ways to suit them by brilliant caring people.
To achieve our vision, we have identified four priority objectives for our NW Care 2030. These themes were developed from what we know are important from our analysis and discussions which identified them as the essential elements to achieving our vision.
- We will develop new ways of supporting people so that they can live the life they want in their community – Future Models
- We will create a diverse and high-quality market for social care which is ethical, builds community wealth and offers greater choice, – Future Markets
- We will develop a high-quality and caring workforce so that people will be supported and cared for in the right way by brilliant and caring people – Future Workforce
- We will take collective responsibility for the performance of the sector as a whole – Sector led Improvement
The four priority objectives will be achieved through a variety of means, organisations and networks. All four are closely related and dependent on the other.