The lead for this workstream is Lisa Simpson.

  1. Fit for purpose CYPMHS service specification eg. clarity for how to respond to CYP with SEND/behaviour/social care crisis
  2. Standardise the iThrive offer across mid Mersey
  3. Standardise the BIBS/BABS model consider resources and economy of scale
  4. Design a fit for purpose CYP crisis model/workforce to deliver full 24/7 offer with evidence based crisis avoidance/community treatment.
  5. CEDS benchmarking data and transformational plan to support demand
  6. Review the MHST LTP and consider plans to support schools prior to covering 100 percent CYP school age population (NHSE funding)
  7. Review all current and future transformation plans consider shared learning eg. PCN ARRS role / complex needs hub
  8. Consider 0-5yrs offer in CYPMHS and Perinatal.

These meetings have discussed the context of the workstream and agreed actions.

Priorities have been set which include iThrive mapping for all services and a review of service specs and a focus on the CRT clinical service delivery model.

August update:

1. We have focused on CRT modelling, mapped the patient journey against 24/7 access and home treatment model

2. iThrive mapping across Mid Mersey services has been completed and levelling up discussions in progress

3. In July a staff engagement and co-production event was held to start to discuss the 0-25 model and an external event is planned for October

4. There will be a follow up staff engagement and coproduction event in November, and an options paper will be drafted for the 0-25 model for consideration and agreement for implementation starting Jan 23.

September update:

  1. There has been a focus on CRT modelling, we have mapped the patient journey against 24/7 access and home treatment model
  2. iThrive mapping across mid mersey services has been completed – levelling up discussions are in progress.