Govconnect was formed in 2015 by a team of passionate people with one focus in mind - assisting the wide range of organisations challenged with delivering the NHS 5 year forward view strategy and all other associated healthcare policy. We are a registered social enterprise who's aim is to provide a platform to drive greater collaboration through a series of strategic conferences and accompanying digital and social engagement strategies.
Our work centres on Dementia, Mental Health, Early Years and Population Health. Through our series of conferences we have enabled a wide range of stakeholders from government departments and arms-length bodies, to the NHS and local authorities, research institutions, and the charity and voluntary sector to communicate implementation strategies, disseminate best practice and share lessons learned.
Ludlow Street Healthcare is a specialist provider of care for adults over the age of 18 with complex mental health problems, autism, learning disabilities, and neurological conditions including dementia and acquired brain injuries.
It provides transition-focused healthcare and bespoke step-down services, including specialist assessment, treatment, rehabilitation and education, throughout Wales and the South West of England.
The organisation operates a hospital for patients with neuropsychiatric and acquired brain injuries, a purpose-built secure hospital for patients with mental health issues, a learning disability rehabilitation centre, a specialist further education college for students with autism, and a portfolio of community homes accommodating residents with both mental health conditions and learning disabilities or autistic spectrum conditions.
Set up in 2005 by healthcare clinicians and specialists, Ludlow Street Healthcare has developed a reputation for its person-centred approach, community-focused settings and specialist staff all of which have contributed to consistently successful outcomes for all its service users.
For over a decade, it has worked in partnership with the NHS, developing services and investing in the necessary health infrastructure and staff training, to support patients on their journey to recovery and a more independent and fulfilling life, through step-down to community living - improving social integration and inclusion.
Ludlow Street Healthcare believes that all those entrusted to its care are capable of progress and development and that positive change can be achieved for all. We recognise how important quality of life is to a person’s recovery and have created an environment which promotes rehabilitation and community integration.