Here at Elemental, we pride ourselves in the fact that we’ve got first hand experience in community development and we understand the challenges that communities face in reducing health inequalities. It’s all about understanding what’s happening on the ground, what’s working well and involving the local community in designing and delivering an approach that matters to them.
Our digital social prescribing platform allows you to receive, manage and report on referrals with ease and confidence. Elemental Core can support your organisation to demonstrate the impact it makes to communities through reporting and analytics.
Focusing on creating a culture of self care and independence, Elemental Self Refer will empower your community and drive real-time, person centred care in your area. Everyone can avail of social prescribing, but not everyone needs the support of a Link Worker, Social Prescriber or a referral from a GP.
An extension of Elemental Core, designed for Link Workers to make, manage and monitor referrals offline without the need for WIFI or internet connection.
We know that every social prescribing programme is different as it responds to the needs of each unique community and some communities are at different stages in their social prescribing journeys.
Depending upon where you are with your social prescribing project, we can help you;
Our team has helped over 100 organisations shape and deliver their approach to social prescribing across England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland, the Middle East and soon to be Finland.
We were selected to help the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, develop his vision for social prescribing in London.
Some of the team who will be supporting you in your quest to mainstream social prescribing are listed below:
Jennifer has over 17 years experience in extensive engagement and consultation with vibrant and diverse stakeholder groups drawn. Her work has informed strategies for renewal – economic, physical and social, building stronger and more vibrant communities.
Leeann has over 15 years experience in community development & health, engaging and activating the hardly reached across areas of disadvantage in particular families, older people at risk of isolation, carers and children at risk of or suffering from obesity.
Clare has held a number of roles in community health improvement aiming to reduce health inequalities and improve the health and well-being of the community.
Head of Projects
Denise has over 16 years experience working within the community and voluntary sector, working in community development, mental health, training and project management working with some of the most marginalised communities in Northern Ireland.
Phil has a strong background in scaling high impact, sustainable strategies and programmes in local communities including ‘Sportivate’ – a major Olympic Legacy Programme and The National Mini Tennis Programme, now the way children are introduced to the sport globally.