Posted on: 1 February 2024

We’ve developed a series of videos to update staff on the progress we are making together on our Trust Strategy.

We’d like every member of staff to think about how they can incorporate CNWL’s Strategy into their daily work and help deliver our vision of “Wellbeing for Life”.

We are delivering this ambition through our “5,4,3,2,1” model which includes five principles.

Today is about the third principle: Strong local partnerships – where we address inequalities, partnerships with our communities, the local culture and local organisations.

Graeme Caul our Chief Operating Officer says “At CNWL we want to deliver the best services that we can within the resources available. We’re never going to be able to do that alone. We’ll always have to work with our communities, with our third sector partners”.

In the video below, we hear from two CNWL services: Kensington and Chelsea, and Westminster (KCW) CAMHS Under 5s Service, and the Brent memory Service.

Through local partnerships, find out how Dr Julie Bithell, and Dr Kate Waltham, addressed health inequalities amongst their under 5s population.

Dr Abhishek Shastri, Consultant Psychiatrist for the Brent Memory Service also talks about how partnerships with local communities and third sector organisations is helping them make Brent a dementia friendly borough.