Safe and Well Visits: Partnership Working Between Health, Social Care, Fire and Rescue Services and Volunteers (NHS England, PHE, LGA / CFOA / Age UK)

Summary

Further information has become available concerning the programme of “health checks” for the homes of elderly people and patients with complex long-term conditions.

Collaboration on establishing the working principles of these “Safe and Well” visits has involved cooperation between NHS England, the Fire and Rescue Services (FRS), Public Health England, the Local Government Association and Age UK.

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Fire and Rescue Services as a health asset – Jacquie White. [Online]: NHS England, June 1st 2016.

This relates to:

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Working Together – how health, social care and fire and rescue services can increase their reach, scale and impact through joint working. London: NHS England; Local Government Association; and Chief Fire Officers Association, May 31st 2016.

See also:

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Working Together – how health, social care and fire and rescue services can increase their reach, scale and impact through joint working. [Online]: NHS England, June 1st 2016.

See further, the consensus statement agreed between NHS England, Public Health England, the Local Government Association Chief Fire Officers Association and Age UK:

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Consensus Statement on Improving Health and Wellbeing between NHS England, Public Health England, Local Government Association Chief Fire Officers Association and Age UK. London: NHS England; Public Health England; Local Government Association; Chief Fire Officers Association; and Age UK, September 28th 2015.

The following document outlines the working principles of these “Safe and Well” visits:

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Principles for a ‘Safe and Well’ visit by a Fire and Rescue Service. London: NHS England; Public Health England; Local Government Association; Chief Fire Officers Association; and Age UK, September 30th 2015.

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