WY-FI Project

West Yorkshire – Finding Independence | Supporting people with multiple needs

Fulfilling Lives: Changing systems for people facing multiple disadvantage

Here at WY-FI, our three system change priorities are to ensure that:

  1. The navigator model of working is adopted by commissioners in future service delivery models: ensuring people facing multiple disadvantage receive effective support from accessible and co-ordinated services across West Yorkshire.
  2. Multi-agency working is embedded in services working with peoplewho experience multiple disadvantage: maintaining and further developing the Multi-Agency Review Boards as the pre-eminent multi-agency partnership model in all five areas of West Yorkshire.
  3. Embedding coproduction: supporting a network of people with lived experience of multiple disadvantage to influence and embed co-production in service design, delivery and governance across the region.

But do you know what the other Fulfilling Lives projects have been working on?

In this document, each of the twelve Fulfilling lives partnerships has created a local systems change plan with a series of priorities for the remainder of the programme. There’s a total of 58 national systems change priorities from across the partnerships. Read/download the document here.

Read more about the National Lottery Community Fund Fulfilling Lives programme on their website.

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