Social Prescribing Case Studies

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OUR PARTNERSHIPS AND CASE STUDIES

As a leading mental health trust and one of only seven NHS England Mental Health Global Digital Exemplars, Mersey Care use Elemental’s Core digital social prescribing platform to transform its referrals process through its Pathways Advisors, who are based at The Life Rooms

Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust, partnered with Elemental to improve the way they managed and delivered social prescriptions within The Life Rooms and to help and support the work being done at Life Rooms services across Liverpool and Sefton. Read the full case study to find out about the outcomes of the partnership to date.

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LAST YEAR, DR MAASSARANI & PARTNERS PRACTICE AND CARE MERSEYSIDE LAUNCHED A MAJOR SOCIAL PRESCRIBING PARTNERSHIP WITH ELEMENTAL TO SUPPORT INDIVIDUALS THROUGH COMMUNITY-BASED PROGRAMMES AND SERVICES.

Recognising that people’s health is determined primarily by a range of social, economic and environmental factors, Dr Maassarani & Partners sought to support people’s needs in a holistic way through social prescribing.

WE LOVE NOTHING MORE THAN BEING ABLE TO SHARE THE SUCCESS OF OUR CUSTOMERS, AND THIS MONTH, WE’RE SHINING A SPOTLIGHT ON UNITED WELSH AND THEIR INCREDIBLE SOCIAL PRESCRIBING SERVICE, WELLBEING 4U.

Not only was the Wellbeing 4U service commended for their partnership with Cardiff and Vale Health Board winning the ‘Working With Other Sectors’ prize in the Welsh Housing Awards, but they’ve also just released their most recent Impact Statement, which contains some pretty impressive impact evidence, trailblazing best practice examples and inspiring patient case studies.

BACK IN JULY, ELEMENTAL ANNOUNCED AN INNOVATIVE SOCIAL PRESCRIBING PARTNERSHIP WITH CLAPHAM PARK PRACTICE AND SAIL  – SAFE AND INDEPENDENT LIVING, A SOCIAL PRESCRIBING PROGRAMME RUN BY AGE UK LAMBETH

Using digital social prescribing technology, the aim of the partnership was to support and maximise the impact of SAIL  – Safe and Independent Living by embedding a practice-based model which would enable GP’s to make direct referrals to community-based support, including social support, diet and nutrition, benefits advice and mental health.

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