BSA becomes a member of the Coalition for Collaborative Care

C4CC is a major alliance which is committed to improving care and support for people with long-term conditions. We bring together some of the sector’s most influential national groups and organisations alongside people living with long-term health conditions to champion a system-wide transformation in care and support.

Our vision for the future focuses on re-framing the relationship between a person with long-term health conditions and the practitioners supporting them. Specifically, the Coalition wants to create a better deal for people with long-term conditions through the three Cs – better Conversations, strong Communities and Co-production.

Partners will come together three times a year to share their work in this area, build connections and develop joint efforts; to be informed of relevant developments, have the opportunity to influence policymakers and others, advise on C4CC activity and get involved in C4CC projects.


Liz Midgley, BSA Chair says ”

I’m really please d to be able to tell you the BSA has been accepted as a partner with the Coalition for Collaborative Care.   C4CC is an alliance of partner organisations which is committed to improving care and support for people with long term conditions.  One of the main principles of their approach is enabling people to express their own needs and decide on their own priorities in partnership with professionals.  This person centred care will be an approach that works very well, and no doubt is already practiced, with  many of the people  seen by us who have hearing and balance disorders. 


The BSA is really looking forward to working as a partner with the C4CC.  We will have representation at meetings with other partners to share work and ideas, build connections, have the opportunity to influence policy makers and to get involved with C4CC projects.


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