Executive Steering Group
Norfolk Community Health & Care NHS Trust
Anna Morgan (RGN, Dip HE, BSc Hons Gerontology, MA Leadership for Change) is Director of Nursing & Quality at Norfolk Community Health & Care NHS Trust, and has held this position for the last eight years. She has over thirty years’ experience in nursing mainly in the NHS, spending five years in the private care home sector and two years in the Department of Health.
Anna has managed a variety of services and has clinical expertise within Gerontology. She is passionate about older peoples’ care and the care for people with dementia. In her current role Anna is responsible for the promotion and delivery of the quality agenda and to provide expert nursing advice to the Trust Board, with executive responsibility in a number of areas including CQC, as the Freedom to Speak Up Guardian, the Caldicott Guardian and as Executive lead for Safeguarding Adults & Children. Anna is a member of the East of England Clinical Senate Council and is Lead Nurse for the STP. She has also recently been appointed as Director Lead for workforce for the STP.
Norfolk and Suffolk Care Support
Christine Futter is a social worker registered with the HCPC and procurement professional with over thirty years of working within adult social care. She began her career with Norfolk County Council in 1987 as a Home Help Organiser in Norwich, trained as a social worker for older people and then qualified as a Procurement Manager responsible for domiciliary care, before taking up her current role as Chief Operating Officer of Norfolk and Suffolk Care Support.
Christine currently sits on the Sustainability and Transformation Partnership’s workforce stream, and is soon to join the stakeholders group. She also sits on the Skills Board of the New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership for health and social care, contributing to the skills agenda for the Norfolk and Suffolk future economy.
Dr Fiona Denny
Fiona Denny is a Workforce Development professional with over thirty years of experience in local authorities and third sector organisations as a leader, commissioner and facilitator of learning, particularly across health, education and social care.
In 2016, Fiona left full time employment as Head of Workforce Development for Adult and Children’s Services in Suffolk County Council to work more flexibly. She has a broad portfolio as an independent workforce consultant, writer and trainer. She is also a non-executive director of Care Development East and its sister company, Care Careers East, which are independent, not for profit organisations dedicated to raising care standards in Suffolk.
Dr Sanjay Kaushal
Norfolk Independent Care
Dr Sanjay Kaushal is a qualified General Practitioner, graduating from University of Glasgow in 1991. He is the owner and Managing Director of Castlemeadow Care which operates care homes specialising in dementia and nursing care, as well retirement villages in Norfolk.
Due to his medical experiences both in the hospital and community setting, he has a great passion and desire to deliver innovative care models and projects that meets the health challenges faced in the 21 st Century. Dr Kaushal has already delivered a number of innovative schemes which includes the first General Practice led by a Nurse Practitioner in Norfolk and is about to start a project in Suffolk to deliver a fully integrated health and social care project which will be one of the largest schemes in the region.
Norfolk Continuing Care Partnership
Jill Shattock is Director of Norfolk Continuing Care Partnership (NCCP) and part of Norwich CCG’s Senior Management Team. NCCP is the name of the NHS partnership arrangement set up to manage continuing care processes on behalf of the NHS Clinical Commissioning Groups in central and west Norfolk. NCCP has been active since 1st November 2017 and replaced a previously provided Commissioning Support Unit service. The Partnership arrangement is a new organisational shape that covers all Norfolk CCGs (in some form) and as a service is hosted within Norwich CCG on behalf of all. NCCP provides a comprehensive end to end service covering all aspects of the management of Continuing Healthcare and Funded Nursing Care for adults, and Continuing Care for children. This includes clinical assessment; decision making; packages and placements; quality monitoring; invoicing and business intelligence.
Kevin is Health and Social Care Manager at Voluntary Norfolk, responsible for a diverse portfolio of services including the county-wide support service for unpaid carers, Carers Matter Norfolk, the new combatting loneliness and social isolation service and Better Together Norfolk. Kevin has over 10 years’ experience working in both the third and statutory sectors, primarily in the field of Health and Social Care. This has included working as an Assistant Practitioner in Adult Social Care, a Project Manager within a third sector commissioning support unit, managing carers’ services, a policy development role and a stint in local government politics as Political Assistant to the Conservative Administration at Norfolk County Council.
In another capacity, Kevin is Chair of the Great Yarmouth & Waveney (VASP) Mental Health Providers Network and is the VSCE rep for Waveney on the Sustainability and Transformation Partnership Stakeholder Group. He has also held national charity trustee positions as Company Secretary of Disabled Parents UK and Treasurer of the National Centre of Independent Living, where he played a role in the merger of three national charities to create Disability Rights UK. Kevin sits on a number of local strategic boards and groups.
Lady Joyce Hopwood
Norfolk Older People’s Strategic Partnership
Lady Joyce Hopwood has extensive experience with the voluntary sector and social care. She has been a non-executive director of the East Anglian Regional Health Authority; Chairman of Norfolk Family Health Services Authority; Trustee for Norwich Consolidated Charities, where she assumed the Chairmanship of their Almshouses Committee for 10 years (lead a major reorganisation and modernisation of the running of Doughty’s Hospital); Chairman of Norwich Older People’s Forum and the Norfolk Older People’s Strategic Partnership Board. This work has led to her becoming increasingly involved in the world of older people and the wide range that this encompasses. She also became a member of the Norfolk Health and Well Being Board, serving as a voluntary sector representative. She has since been named their dementia champion and went on to form the Norfolk and Waveney Dementia Partnership.
Association Representing Mental Health Care
Michael works in both adult and children’s services, providing community and residential care (incorporating contracted and voluntary services), and is proprietor of a private school. He is joint Chair of the Association Representing Mental Health Care and Finance Director of Norfolk and Suffolk Care Support, promoting workforce development, supporting County Councils, Skills for Care, care providers and apprentices in health and social care.
Michael is also a Care Ambassador, regularly giving talks to adults and young people in schools and colleges around the county promoting carers in health and social care. He has worked with both Suffolk and Norfolk County Councils, liaising between the public and private sectors supporting providers, local authorities, Clinical Commissioning Groups, public health, carers and people with care needs. Michael also supports other boards and groups including the Central Locality Safeguarding Adults Partnership, the Older Peoples Professionals Forum and the Falls Steering Group.
Norfolk County Council
Steve Holland is Head of Quality Assurance and Market Development in Adult Social Services at Norfolk County Council. He has led the development of a new commissioning and market shaping framework covering the £300m annual investment in the care market made by NCC.
Steve has particular experience in developing cost models, working directly with the provider market and is leading the use of new quality improvement tools to support providers to achieve and maintain high CQC ratings.
Community Action Norfolk
Jon Clemo is Chief Executive of Community Action Norfolk, leading the organisation and it’s diverse engagement work and support services for VCSE organisations, all with the goal of making Norfolk a Stronger, fairer place to live and work.
Jon is strongly centred on effective partnership development with membership of a wide range of groups spanning public, voluntary and private sectors. Much of this work currently focuses around discussions with public sector bodies, VCSE organisations and communities around the changing shape of services and communities.
In previous roles Jon has worked extensively on deprivation, community enterprise, community asset ownership and access to service issues. His first foray into the VCSE sector was in fundraising with an academic background in development economics which helps bring an alternative perspective into many discussions.