Reimagining Years 2 & 3 Discussion

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This event takes place on Weds 25th November at the King's Centre, Norwich from 10.00am-4.00pm. Booking is essential.

The focus of this session is on reimagining Norfolk years two and three. Reimagining Norfolk is Norfolk County Council’s medium strategy to radically change the way it runs services for Norfolk people. It is not intended to be an opportunity to discuss Norfolk County Council’s current budget proposals. However, you may find it useful to read our overview of Norfolk County Councils’ budget process available here.

Key to this event is thinking about the longer term approach we can collectively take to achieve the best possible outcomes for the people and communities of Norfolk

The morning session will focus on redefining the relationship between Norfolk County Council and the VCSE sector. The afternoon session will focus on how we keep people on the universal pathway and support people to get back on it after point of crisis.

In afternoon the group will split into two to focus on this discussion in and adults or children’s context.  Both sessions will focus on creating a practical plan to take forward key actions with individuals taking ownership of pieces of work.

The universal pathway is a term used to describe when people are able to meet most of their needs independently and have lifestyles and support structures in their communities that promote their wellbeing. However, there may be a need to build on these lifestyles and structures to ensure they can stay on the universal pathway. The types of services they access are those that nearly everyone uses; shops, leisure activities, schools, public transport etc.

Delegates are welcome to attend either or both the morning and afternoon sessions.

Please book by contacting Community Action Norfolk, [email protected] 01362 698216 to ensure we have correct numbers for catering.

This is an initial event that we see as part of a process of both redefining the relationship between NCC and the VCSE sector and seeking new ways to achieve the best possible outcomes for the people and communities of Norfolk.  We will not overcome these challenges in one day. Part of this session is to develop and trial new ways of working together and jointly developing services and support. As this is new ground we don’t know how it will work but welcome the commitment of partners to try and understand this together.

Please find attached an agenda for this event.