London TCPs

Find out more about your local Transforming Care Partnership (TCP) such as which Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and local authorities make up your TCP, as well as how to contact its Senior Responsible Officer (SRO).

North West London

The North West London Transforming Care Partnership’s (TCP) plan sets out its vision to improve the care and support available for people of all ages with a learning disability and/or autism. To do this it will develop:

  • community services using staff that are trained to support people with complex or challenging behaviour and helping them to live in community settings.
  • crisis care which is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week for people with a learning disability and/or autism, their families and carers
  • services for people who have been in contact with the criminal justice system and are at high risk of offending again which makes sure they get the specialist psychological support they need

By developing these services it will:

  • reduce how much it relies on inpatient services and strengthen support in the community
  • improve the quality of life for people in inpatient and community settings
  • improve quality of care for people in inpatient and community settings

For more information about the plans and an easy read version of the plan visit the Healthier North West London website.

London North West TCP is made up of the following Clinical Commissioning Groups and Local Authorities:

Clinical Commissioning Groups

  • Brent CCG
  • Central London CCG
  • Ealing CCG
  • Hammersmith and Fulham CCG
  • Harrow CCG
  • Hillingdon CCG
  • Hounslow CCG
  • West London CCG

Local Authorities

  • London Borough of Brent
  • London Borough of Ealing
  • London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham
  • London Borough of Harrow
  • London Borough of Hillingdon
  • London Borough of Hounslow
  • Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea
  • Westminster City Council

SRO: Jan Norman
Email: england.wvlondon@nhs.net

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Inner North East London

Inner North East London Transforming Care Partnership’s (TCP) plan will make sure that it builds the right support in the right place at the right time with each person and will increase the skills and confidence of staff and families and provide positive options for local people when they are needed.

It will involve people much more in decisions and offer personal health budgets, get support before people fall into a crisis, increase skills and improve access to housing. It will help to look after people through critical times of change, and make services easier to access.

It will deliver this transformation through new ways of care that focus on:

  • Prevention and community support that will mean as few people as possible go into hospital when they don’t need to.
  • High quality assessment, treatment and care while in hospital
  • Making sure people are discharged at the best time for them and have a plan which supports them to not be readmitted.

Each of these focus areas include a set of pathways and services that will give people an improved quality of life and care.

An easy read version of the plan will be available soon.

Inner North East London TCP is made up of the following Clinical Commissioning Groups and Local Authorities:

Clinical Commissioning Groups

  • City and Hackney CCG
  • Newham CCG
  • Tower Hamlets CCG
  • Waltham Forest CCG

Local Authorities

  • City of London
  • London Borough of Hackney
  • London Borough of Newham
  • London Borough of Tower Hamlets
  • London Borough of Waltham Forest

SRO: Steve Gilvin
Email: england.wvlondon@nhs.net

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North, Central London

The North, Central London Transforming Care Partnership’s (TCP) plan shows its commitment to transforming care and improving services for people of all ages with a learning disability and/or autism. North, Central London TCP wants to make sure that people live rewarding and fulfilling lives in the community and prevent the need for long term hospital care. It will make sure the care it provides is always safe and of a high quality and that people with a learning disability and/or autism, their families and carers have a good experience of services.

The three year plan sets out how the TCP will transform care across North Central London. To do this it will:

  • plan and pay for services to help people during times of crisis so that they do not need to go into hospital such as family support, crisis intervention and positive behaviour support
  • improve how it plans to discharge people from hospital learning from areas of good practice
  • develop its staff to make sure they have the right training and skills to support people with a learning disability and/or autism
  • increase people’s choice and control in the way their care is delivered, by using personal health budgets, personal budgets and direct payments
  • look at new ways of providing housing for people with a learning disability and/or autism across north central London
  • work with organisations and providers to make sure there are high quality local services
  • make sure it has really good contracts, in particular with hospitals and housing services, so that people using them are kept safe and that their needs are met
  • make sure that services for children, adults and young people are joined up so that people get the right support as they get older
  • make sure people have access to information, advice, guidance and support at the right time and in the right place
  • improve how it supports people to think about alternatives early enough to prevent a hospital admission.
  • make sure education services support young people to develop their independence and skills in preparation for adulthood
  • develop local resources so that fewer people are placed and/or educated outside of the area where they live

For more information about our plans visit www.haringeyccg.nhs.uk/about-us/transforming-care-programme.htm

An easy read version of the plan will be available soon.

London North West TCP is made up of the following Clinical Commissioning Groups and Local Authorities:

Clinical Commissioning Groups

  • Barnet CCG
  • Camden CCG
  • Enfield CCG
  • Harringey CCG
  • Islington CCG

Local Authorities

  • London Borough of Barnet
  • London Borough of Camden
  • London Borough of Enfield
  • London Borough of Haringey
  • London Borough of Islington

SRO: Paul Jenkins
Email: england.wvlondon@nhs.net

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Outer North East London

The Outer North East London Transforming Care Partnership’s (TCP) plan focuses on early intervention and intensive community services to support people with a learning disability and/or autism.

It wants to reduce the amount of people who have to live in areas far from home by providing more local services and making sure it is involved in looking after them throughout their lives, providing crisis support when needed.

The plan sets out how the TCP will transform care across Outer North East London. To do this it will:

  • Provide support and interventions in the least restrictive manner and for the shortest time possible
  • Provide respite for families and carers that helps home placements to be maintained with positive family relationships
  • Make sure that people who need inpatient care do not have to travel long distances to access it, unless this is necessary due to clinical need
  • Strengthen multi-disciplinary and multi-agency working to reduce health inequalities
  • Make the best possible use of community provision across the three boroughs
  • Make sure that people have choice and control over their own health and care services
  • Make sure that early identification and early support is commissioned and provided
  • Enable people with a learning disability and/or autism and their family and carers to have access to the right level of information, advice and advocacy

Through this transformation programme the TCP will put in place:

  • Shared values which puts people with a learning disability and/or autism and their quality of life at the heart of all the TCP does
  • Care and support that is delivered with the aim of improving quality of life for people with a learning disability and/or autism and their family/carers

For more information about the plan visit:

An easy read version of the plan is available here.

Outer North East London TCP is made up of the following Clinical Commissioning Groups and Local Authorities:

Clinical Commissioning Groups

  • Barking and Dagenham CCG
  • Havering CCG
  • Redbridge CCG

Local Authorities

  • London Borough of Barking and Dagenham
  • London Borough of Havering
  • London Borough of Redbridge

SRO: Jacqui Himbry
Email: england.wvlondon@nhs.net

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South East London

The South East London Transforming Care Partnership’s (TCP) plans aim to support people with a learning disability and/or autism to have the same life chances as other people, to live as independently as possible and to have the right support from mainstream health and care services.

Its plan includes developing more intensive support in the community and improving mainstream health and care services, as well as supporting people to move out of hospitals to live safely and well in their local areas. To do this London South East TCP will:

  • Improve the way it identifies and meets the needs of people with a learning disability and/or autism are supported in the community with good quality, responsive services
  • Make sure that all children aged from 14 upwards have a plan for how they will live as independent adults wherever possible.
  • Improve how it cares for people in the community who are in crisis and at risk of being admitted to hospital.
  • Develop proactive support for people with a learning disability and /or autism so that people can live independently in the community settings
  • Improve hospital care and discharge planning for people with a learning disability and/or autism.

For more information about the plans visit the NHS Greenwich CCG website.

An easy read version of the plan will be available soon.

London South East TCP is made up of the following Clinical Commissioning Groups and Local Authorities:

Clinical Commissioning Groups

  • Bexley CCG
  • Bromley CCG
  • Greenwich CCG
  • Lambeth CCG
  • Lewisham CCG
  • Southwark CCG

Local Authorities

  • London Borough of Bexley
  • London Borough of Bromley
  • Royal Borough of Greenwich
  • London Borough of Lambeth
  • London Borough of Lewisham
  • London Borough of Southwark

SRO: Annabel Burn
Email: england.wvlondon@nhs.net

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London, South West

London, South West Transforming Care Partnership’s (TCP) plans are focussed on making sure that it can provide support to people with a learning disability and/or autism in the community, to do this it will improve services for people in times of crisis and provide training in positive behavioural support.

It will also focus on children and young people so that education, health and care plans meet a young person’s immediate need but also prepare them for the move into adulthood.

London South West TCP aims to:

  • Help people have less times of crisis by stepping in earlier and developing prevention techniques.
  • See less people going back into hospital after a crisis by looking after them in the community after they have been discharged.
  • Make sure that people across south west London are offered the same choices on personal budgets and personal health budgets.
  • Make sure more people with a learning disability and/or autism are supported to live in the community.
  • Provide support for families and carers, including more respite care and alternative short-term accommodation for patients
  • Reduce how many people are staying in hospital by discharging them, if appropriate, into the community where the right set of services are in place for them.

For more information about the plans visit the South West London Collaborative Commissioning website.

An easy read version of the plan will is available here.

London South West TCP is made up of the following Clinical Commissioning Groups and Local Authorities:

Clinical Commissioning Groups

  • Croydon CCG
  • Kingston CCG
  • Merton CCG
  • Richmond CCG
  • Sutton CCG
  • Wandsworth CCG

Local Authorities

  • London Borough of Croydon
  • Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames
  • London Borough of Merton
  • London Borough of Richmond upon Thames
  • London Borough of Sutton
  • London Borough of Wandsworth

SRO: Adam Doyle
Email: england.wvlondon@nhs.net

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