North 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).

Cheshire and Merseyside

Cheshire and Mersey Transforming Care Partnership’s (TCP) plans aim to make a difference to the lives of people with a learning disability and/or autism and give their families and carers the confidence that the TCP will do this.

The TCP’s vision is that people with a learning disability and/or autism can lead fulfilling lives in the community supported by main stream services and staff who have the skills to support them and their needs in their local community, whenever possible. The TCP aims to develop its community services that mean people can live independent lives and reduce how many people need to go into hospital.

For more information about plans visit the NHS West Cheshire CCG website.

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

Cheshire and Merseyside TCP is made up of the following Clinical Commissioning Groups and Local Authorities:

Clinical Commissioning Groups

  • Eastern Cheshire CCG
  • Halton CCG
  • Knowlsey CCG
  • Liverpool CCG
  • South Cheshire CCG
  • South Sefton CCG
  • Southport and Formby CCG
  • St Helens CCG
  • Wirral CCG
  • West Cheshire CCG
  • Vale Royal CCG
  • Warrington CCG

Local Authorities

  • Cheshire East Council
  • Cheshire West and Chester Council
  • Wirral Metropolitan Borough Council
  • Halton Borough Council
  • Knowsley Metropolitan Borough Council
  • St. Helens Metropolitan Borough Council
  • Warrington Borough Council
  • Liverpool City Council
  • Sefton Council

SRO: Dianne Johnson
Email: england.fasttracknorth@nhs.net

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Greater Manchester

Greater Manchester Transforming Care Partnership’s (TCP) plan for people with a learning disability and/or autism will:

  • improve the services it delivers in the community including crisis support. Community services will adopt the principles of positive behaviour support as will contracting and staff development programmes.
  • expand the housing available in the community for people with a learning disability and/or autism. This will be made possible because of an increased number of specialist residential flats in Greater Manchester which will provide more supported home placements.
  • improve support in the community for people who have been in contact with the criminal justice system.

For more information about the plan visit the Greater Manchester Combined Authority website.

An easy read version of the plan is available here.

Greater Manchester TCP is made up of the following Clinical Commissioning Groups and Local Authorities:

Clinical Commissioning Groups

  • Bolton CCG
  • Bury CCG
  • Heywood, Middleton & Rochdale CCG
  • Oldham CCG
  • Salford CCG
  • NHS Manchester CCG
  • Stockport CCG
  • Tameside and Glossop CCG
  • Trafford CCG
  • Wigan Borough CCG

Local Authorities

  • Bolton Metropolitan Borough Council
  • Bury Metropolitan Borough Council
  • Manchester City Council
  • Oldham Metropolitan Borough Council
  • Rochdale Metropolitan Borough Council
  • Salford City Council
  • Stockport Metropolitan Borough Council
  • Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council
  • Trafford Metropolitan Borough Council
  • Wigan Metropolitan Borough Council

SRO: Warren Heppolette (interim)
Email: england.fasttracknorth@nhs.net

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Lancashire

Lancashire Transforming Care Partnership’s (TCP) plan focuses on transforming care for people with a learning disability and/or autism. The TCP will work with local people who use its services and other stakeholders to develop community services that provide the support and care needed to meet people’s needs and wherever possible prevent the need for in-patient hospital care.

When hospital care is needed the TCP will make sure the right services will be in place to deliver safe, high quality care and that people only stay in hospital for as long as is absolutely necessary. People with a learning disability and/or autism and their families and carers will be involved in their care plans to make sure they are given choice and that they are person centred.

The plan and an easy read version of the plan are available on the Pan Lancashire Transforming Care Partnership website.

Lancashire TCP is made up of the following Clinical Commissioning Groups and Local Authorities:

Clinical Commissioning Groups

  • Blackburn with Darwen CCG
  • Blackpool CCG
  • Chorley and South Ribble CCG
  • East Lancashire CCG
  • Fylde and Wyre CCG
  • Greater Preston CCG
  • Morecambe Bay CCC
  • West Lancashire CCG

Local Authorities

  • Blackburn with Darwen Borough Council
  • Blackpool Borough Council
  • Lancashire County Council

SRO: Sue Moore/Debbie Nixon
Email: england.fasttracknorth@nhs.net

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Cumbria and North East

Cumbria and North East Transforming Care Partnership’s (TCP) plans include investing in services for people with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and autism, advocacy services and carers’ support.

The TCP is also testing a new kind of housing scheme which has been developed by the NHS and other care providers to improve the quality of support for people and to prevent hospital admissions and will give staff the skills needed so that they can deliver these new types of care.

The full plan is available on the North of England Commissioning Support Unit website.

An easy read version of the plan is available here.

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

Clinical Commissioning Groups

  • North Cumbria CCG
  • Newcastle Gatehead CCG
  • North Tyneside CCG
  • Northumberland CCG
  • South Tyneside CCG (Lead)
  • Sunderland CCG
  • Darlington CCG

Local Authorities

  • Cumbria County Council
  • Darlington Borough Council
  • Durham County Council
  • Gateshead Metropolitan Borough Council
  • Hartlepool Borough Council
  • North Tyneside Council
  • Northumberland County Council
  • South Tyneside Metropolitan Borough Council
  • Sunderland City Council
  • Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council
  • Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council
  • Newcastle upon Tyne Council
  • Middlesbrough Council

SRO: David Hambleton
Email: england.fasttracknorth@nhs.net

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North Yorkshire

North Yorkshire Transforming Care Partnership’s (TCP) plan focuses on how it will:

  • improve and expand the services it provides in the community
  • provide new homes locally for people who are suitable to be discharged from long stay hospital placements.
  • make sure the TCP has the right staff with the right skills to provide this new type of service 24 hours a day, seven days a week and that they work closely with local community clinical teams.

For more information about the plans visit the NHS Scarborough Ryedale CCG website.

An easy read version of the plan is available here.

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

Clinical Commissioning Groups

  • Harrogate and Rural District CCG
  • Scarborough and Ryedale CCG
  • Vale of York CCG

Local Authorities

  • City of York Council
  • North Yorkshire County Council

SRO: Simon Cox
Email: england.fasttracknorth@nhs.net

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Barnsley, Wakefield, Kirklees, Huddersfield and Calderdale (CKWB)

The CKWB Transforming Care Partnership’s (TCP) plans focus on developing quality community services with crisis response teams to support people with a learning disability and/or autism.

The TCP will work with people with a learning disability and/or autism and their families and carers to create new types of housing schemes and personalised support packages to improve the quality of support people get and prevent them going into hospital. It will make sure it has the right staff with the right skills to be able to deliver this new type of care and support.

For more information about the plans visit the NHS Greater Huddersfield CCG website.

An easy read version of the plan is available here.

Barnsley, Wakefield, Kirklees, Huddersfield and Calderdale TCP is made up of the following Clinical Commissioning Groups and Local Authorities:

Clinical Commissioning Groups

  • Barnsley CCG
  • Calderdale CCG
  • Greater Huddersfield CCG
  • North Kirklees CCG
  • Wakefield CCG

Local Authorities

  • Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council
  • Calderdale Metropolitan Borough Council
  • Kirklees Council
  • Wakefield Metropolitan District Council

SRO: Carol McKenna
Email: england.fasttracknorth@nhs.net

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Bradford

Bradford Transforming Care Partnership’s (TCP) plans focus on developing high quality community services to support people with a learning disability and/or autism who are using inpatient hospital services at the moment.

To do this the TCP will develop new types of housing which will improve the quality of support for people and prevent them having to go into hospital and make sure it has the right staff with the right skills to deliver this new type of care and support.

For more information about the plans visit the NHS Bradford City CCG website.

An easy read version of the plan is available here.

Bradford TCP is made up of the following Clinical Commissioning Groups and Local Authorities:

Clinical Commissioning Groups

  • Bradford City & Districts CCG
  • Airedale, Wharfdale and Craven CCG

Local Authority

  • City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council

SRO: Helen Hirst
Email: england.fasttracknorth@nhs.net

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Leeds

Leeds Transforming Care Partnership’s (TCP) plan focuses on developing the way it plans and pays for services so that they can deliver improved partnership working with health and social care providers to support people closer to home, give people the best choice and control and provide the range of community services which the local population needs.

The TCP’s plans also focus on how it will develop and improve the specialist learning disability health care services which it provides by maximising the resources it has to improve people’s heath and reduce hospital admissions.

For more information about the plans visit the NHS Leeds North CCG website.

An easy read version of the plan is available here.

Leeds TCP is made up of the following Clinical Commissioning Groups and Local Authorities:

Clinical Commissioning Groups

  • Leeds North CCG
  • Leeds South and East CCG
  • Leeds West CCG

Local Authority

  • Leeds City Council

SRO: Phil Corrigan
Email: england.fasttracknorth@nhs.net

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Sheffield, Doncaster, Rotherham, North Lincolnshire

The South Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire TCP’s plan is creative and ambitious and aims to support the changing needs of local people with learning disabilities and/or autism.

The TCP’s plan focuses on building community based services that will provide:

  • care and support during times of crisis.
  • an intensive support team who can care for people with complex care needs, we will work with other agencies such as the criminal justice service where necessary.

Community facilities for people coming out of hospital or at risk of going into hospital in partnership with the intensive community support team.

The TCP will work with people with learning disabilities and/or autism, their families and carers to develop these services and we will be investing in community services so we can bring people closer to home and prevent people from going out of area to receive their care.

For more information about the plans visit http://www.sheffieldccg.nhs.uk/our-projects/transforming-care-partnership.htm

Clinical Commissioning Groups

  • Doncaster CCG
  • North Lincolnshire CCG
  • Rotherham CCG
  • Sheffield CCG

Local Authorities

  • Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council
  • North Lincolnshire Council
  • Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council
  • Sheffield City Council

SRO: Jackie Pederson
Email: england.fasttracknorth@nhs.net

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Humber

Humber Transforming Care Partnership’s plan focuses on its commitment to deliver safe care and treatment to make sure people of all ages with a learning disability and/or autism have the same opportunities as anyone else to live satisfying and valued lives and are treated with dignity and respect.

To do this the TCP is planning to develop the following:

  • Housing options where people with highly complex needs, challenging behaviour or a history of offending can be safely cared for in the community, including places for times of crisis and short breaks.
  • Availability of communication techniques and sensory profiling to support people with complex neurological impairments including autism.
  • Acute liaison and advocacy services.
  • Positive behavioural support, a pathway of care for people with complex needs and an enhanced care service for people with profound and multiple learning disabilities (PPMLD)
  • Skilled and committed staff that can improve the quality of support for local people and prevent hospital admissions.

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

An easy read version of the plan is available here.

East Riding and Hull TCP is made up of the following Clinical Commissioning Groups and Local Authorities:

Clinical Commissioning Groups

  • East Riding of Yorkshire CCG
  • Hull CCG
  • North East Lincolnshire CCG

Local Authorities

  • East Riding of Yorkshire Council
  • Kingston upon Hull City Council
  • North East Lincolnshire Council

SRO: Jane Hawkard
Email: england.fasttracknorth@nhs.net

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