Pathfinder Community Engagement

 

Community Engagement Programme 2019

 The engagement journey has been a vital part of the Pathfinder process and is a very important foundation in our work progressing successfully. Below are the key themes from the engagement sessions held in January and February 2019. 

 

 

 

 

A collection of images from the Pathfinder engagement sessions:

 

Continuation of the engagement sessions reviews:

 

 

 

 

 

Pictures from the engagement sessions. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Below is the list of sessions held throughout Fermanagh and West Tyrone from January to February, 2019. 


 

Have your say: Your voice can influence the future of Health and Social Care in Fermanagh and West Tyrone

The Western Trust are asking the public to join them on an engagement journey as they strive to create better, sustainable and affordable Health and Social Care services across Fermanagh and West Tyrone.

With over 30 events delivered and over 500 people from the region having already provided their views, issues and ideas in the open and honest Engagement discussions at those events so far, the Western Trust are continuing with a highly comprehensive series of events in January and February 2019. The upcoming January list of events can be seen below but the full programme, which will see events coming to most areas in the region, can be found at www.westerntrust.hscni.net/pathfinder.

Deputy Chief Executive of the Western Trust, Kieran Downey, who is leading the Pathfinder project, says “We have had excellent open and honest discussions in our engagement sessions so far. Already there are a number of strong suggestions emerging from a wide range of people in Communities and also from within our staff. This engagement is hugely important to us and is really gathering momentum. With so many people taking the time to engage with us, we are committed to hearing the experiences and views of all the community and this is certain to help to improve the delivery of services going forward. Everyone is a stakeholder in this process and this is a golden opportunity to help influence our planning for the future”.

An online hub for the Fermanagh and West Tyrone Pathfinder Project has been setup to provide information at www.westerntrust.hscni.net/pathfinder.

Everyone is a ‘Stakeholder’ in this process and thus all Community Groups (and individuals) are invited to come along to events and provide their views/experiences and input to the future planning of Health and Social Care Services in the Fermanagh and West Tyrone Region.

Tyrone GAA Manager, Mickey Harte is one of a number of people in the region who have used the services and commented “To better anything we have to experience it and talk about it. We have to find new ways of doing the things that we used to do. That is the same in anything and of course is the case in a sporting context – we can’t keep doing the same things o we will continue to get the same results. That is what the Western Trust are about in this Pathfinder project in finding the best possible service going forward for that is what the people of Fermanagh and West Tyrone deserve.”

If you would like to be involved in any of the Public Engagement Events for Pathfinder or would like to request a specific Engagement Session with your Group, then email Communications Manager, Chris Curran at pathfinder@westerntrust.hscni.net.