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Our Impact 2020/2021

Living Well Consortium offers a unique service to NHS and Local Authority commissioners and other funding
organisations.

IAPT (Improving Access to Psychological Therapies)

IAPT provision is a core service in the West Midlands for which LWC is a leading provider.

IAPT is a primary care mental health and psychological wellbeing support service for those experiencing depression and anxiety.

10,000

Clients seen

12,000

Triages completed

90%

Extremely satisfied

IAPT and Long-Term Conditions (LTC) Pilot

LWC was commissioned to pilot delivering IAPT as an integrated pathway with LTC management, based on the success of other similar schemes that have taken place in England.

457

Clients treated by LTC IAPT

21

IAPT
trainees

65

IAPT qualified
therapists

8

IAPT
graduates

Forward Thinking Birmingham

Forward Thinking Birmingham (FTB) partnership comprised of statutory, voluntary and community sector (VCS) and independent sector organisations to collectively provide a dynamic approach to mental health services for children, young people and young adults (CYPYA) living in Birmingham.

4,906

Children, young people and young adults
supported

Shropshire, Telford and Wrekin IAPT Service

In 2020 LWC was commissioned by the Midlands Partnership NHS Foundation Trust to deliver remote assessment for people living in Shropshire and remote treatment services for people living in Telford and Wrekin.

2437

Assessments for people in Shropshire

289

Assessments for people in Telford and Wrekin

Grant Funded Wellbeing

With COVID-19 bringing about national social restrictions, LWC wanted to ensure clients had access to wellbeing support during such uncertain times.

Being in lockdown meant people could not operate the same activities as before, such as socialising with others and going to the gym to improve their physical health. LWC therefore looked at how it could reach clients whilstat home. This led to the introduction of the LWC’s Online Therapy Room.

Over 3000 clients

using virtual fitness, wellbeing and mindfulness sessions

25617

Online
chats

572

Children and young people
supported

Training development and grants

More than 20%

of members
benefitted

273

Online
sessions

Over £47,000

Invested on training and development

£500 to £5000

Grants made
available

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