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The Journey to Good Practice: Involvement in Transforming Care Partnerships - Esher

National Development Team for Inclusion (NDTi)

Thursday, 22 November 2018 from 10:00 to 15:30 (GMT)

The Journey to Good Practice: Involvement in...

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This engaging and interactive event shares examples of good practice in involvement from within the region as well as other areas.


There will be an opportunity to hear from the regional team at NHS South, and to network with other commissioners and experts. The event will:


• Identify good practice in involvement across NHS South
• Identify good practice nationally and share experience within the region
• Connect experts by experience with commissioners to improve future involvement
• Raise the profile of good work within the region across national networks


Please complete the survey -
so we can tailor content to be most useful to attendees.
Currently, we are being asked to include information about:
• Housing
• Risk enablement
• Supporting people who have forensic histories to live in the community
• Developing the provider market and improving quality supports
• Autism


A resource pack will be shared with local and national examples of involvement and documents to support you in this work.


Speakers include:

  • A message from Ray James, National Learning Disability Director

  • A talk from Community Catalysts about the 'So what, what next?' project and working with people to become active citizens


Spaces are open and will be allocated on a first come first serve basis.

This event is funded by NHS South. 

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Please note: The event is free, but we regret that we are not able to support travel costs.



Transforming care partnerships across the South region are invited to attend in mixed groups. Where possible, we ask that TCPs attend with experts by experience (family carers or people with autism and/or a learning disability).


10.00am - Registration and coffee
10.30am - Start
3.30pm - Finish


Venue information

Free parking is available in the main car park off of Portsmouth Road. 

By car:

From London, take the A3 and follow the brown venue signs to Sandown Park. Exit A3 on to the A307 and continue to follow the brown venue signs. Alternatively, from the M25, exit at Junction 10 and follow the A3 towards London then exit onto the A307 and follow the brown venue signs.

If using a Sat Nav, please enter 'Portsmouth Road' rather than the Sandown Park postcode - this will bring you to our main car park which is just off the A307 (Esher High Street) and is directly in front of the main entrance.

By train: 

Esher rail station is just a 10 minute flat walk from the main entrance and visitors should turn left out of the station onto Station Road and then right at the T- junction to join the A307 Portsmouth Road. The entrance to Sandown Park is on the right hand side.

Please note that Esher rail station is located outside of Zones 1-6 and that Oyster Cards are not valid when travelling to Esher. A paper ticket must be purchased in advance of travelling.

Do you have questions about The Journey to Good Practice: Involvement in Transforming Care Partnerships - Esher? Contact National Development Team for Inclusion (NDTi)

When & Where

Sandown Park Racecourse
Portsmouth Road
KT10 9AJ Esher
United Kingdom

Thursday, 22 November 2018 from 10:00 to 15:30 (GMT)

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National Development Team for Inclusion (NDTi)


We are not for profit organisation working to enable people at risk of exclusion, due to age or disability, to live the life they choose.


NDTi has been working with communities, government, health and social care professionals for 25 years to ensure that people with disabilities of all ages are given choice and control over their own lives. Our work always focuses on wider life outcomes. We want disabled and older people to enjoy the same life course and opportunities as everyone else – education, paid work, a place of their own, fulfilling personal relationships and a chance to contribute to their communities.


Our team provide decision makers with the evidence, skills, knowledge and courage to make transformational change happen. We work to ensure that people who risk being excluded have the same opportunities as everyone else.



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