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Design and Building of a Single Point of Access to emotional health services for Wirral’s children and young people
We are seeking a digital partner who will help us finalise the detailed specification through a series of co-design sessions, advise on available simplifications (e.g., off-the-shelf solutions), and then design and build the platform. The process will require flexibility and teamwork, managing requirements and expectations from a number of partners involved.
We are always looking to grow and develop our team here at Capacity, so we're thrilled to introduce you to the newest members of our gang who are eager to help make public services people services.
We value the mentoring we offer at Capacity. We think it’s unique because our relationships last a long time but we also have an experienced team that have been ‘through-it’ themselves. So, we asked some of our leaders from Capacity to help break it down. What’s the benefit of mentoring, and what does it all really mean.
Mental health and wellbeing are something people in our region are grappling with, and this isn’t new. It has been exacerbated by the pandemic and we have found more and more of our work is centering around it. We couldn’t ignore this, so we are explicitly making it one of our challenge areas.
Capacity CEO, Chris Catterall reflects on our experiences over the last year, the voices we have heard and some of the biggest challenges we’ve seen. We want to create real change for the people of our region. We want to think bigger and focus on the things that are taking the most time and the most brain-power.
In the Summer of 2021, we were approached by the Liverpool Network Alliance to help them develop their organisational offer, structure and positioning for General Practice in the city.
Sarah Morris, Capacity’s Finance Director reflects on what this means for the growth of the team and how we will continue to make public services people services.
International Women’s Day (IWD) is all about praising and celebrating women's achievements, helping to raise awareness about discrimination and driving us closer to gender parity.
Our Children’s Director Sophie Clarke, shares her thoughts ‘what’s next’ following yesterday’s release of the Government’s new Children’s Social Care Strategy.
At the University of Liverpool, research is aligned to Institutional Research Themes that help pave the way for valuable change. One of the seven research Themes being Starting Well, Living Well, Ageing Well (SWLWAW).
Halton Borough Council had a keen vision to change the care home system for the better. They were eager to improve their services across their current homes to better the lives of both older adults and their care teams, working towards being a ‘hub of excellence' in care.
At capacity, we’ve got some big and exciting projects that we are currently working on, and with that, we have had the delight of expanding our team and adding new positions to the capacity bubble.
Unpicking the stickiest issues of the public sector: the beginning of the journey for CDC & Capacity
Every year programmes are run across the country focusing on ‘innovation’ in health, social care, and other public sector fields.
We are thrilled to announce that we are Juno CIC partnered up with the university of central Lancashire [UCLAN] as we build our teams and service – with our first home due to open in late 2022/early 2023!
Capacity has supported its partner, We are Juno CIC, to secure £1m in loan funding and over £600k grant funding to kick-off a transformational model of children’s residential care.