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September 3, 2018


All are welcome to attend two upcoming engagement sessions in Eastbourne:


Tapping into resources and partnerships with local businesses: The Social Value Marketplace / East Sussex County Council Procurement Team engagement session

Thursday 13th September, 15.30 – 16.30 
International Lawn Tennis Centre, Eastbourne (ground floor) 

 

The Social Value Marketplace is an online portal which will help support the development of relationships between the community, voluntary, social enterprise, business and public sectors in East Sussex. It is being designed to facilitate collaboration and promote Social Value opportunities: Communities will list what support and/or help they need and social enterprises, businesses and other groups will be able to respond with offers.  It is hoped that this approach will have a real impact and benefit our residents and communities by improving health and well-being, economic prosperity and the local environment.


Come along to this interactive session to find out more. It will be an opportunity to:

  • Try out the new East Sussex Social Value Marketplace and give feedback on its design

  • Help identify themes and priorities for the Marketplace

For further information, please contact Rebecca Luton at speakup@3va.org.uk
 


Adult Social Care consultation session
Improving Social Care Advice, Information and Support

Thursday 13th September, 15.30 – 16.30 
International Lawn Tennis Centre, Eastbourne (level 2) 

 

Work is currently underway to identify options for changes in the way East Sussex County Council provides adult social care and commissions support and services, to enable us to respond to increased demand with less resources, and support a more strengths-based focus with greater proportionality and reduced bureaucracy.  We want to enable people who need support or advice to get this more quickly and in different ways that are accessible to them and their communities. We are using feedback from people who use our services and working with operational teams to identify ways in which we can improve social care advice, information and support.  We want to focus more on what people can do and what they need to support their independence and make their lives better, and to move towards a more conversational approach when working with adults and their carers. We would welcome your input on this.


For further information, please contact Rebecca Luton at speakup@3va.org.uk
 

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