New report highlights best practice in delivering care to BAME communities

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A new report has highlighted examples of best practice in delivering community-based personalised care and support for Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) groups.

Fourteen organisations across England feature in the new ‘Personalisation in Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic Communities’ report, which has been published by Think Local Act Personal (TLAP).

The report showcases examples of organisations and individuals’ experience, and is expected to serve as a useful resource for commissioners and funders to integrate some of these ideas into their own practice.

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TLAP’s research was undertaken during the Covid-19 pandemic, and the work also highlights how organisations responded to this challenge.

Clenton Farquharson, chair of TLAP and Race Equality Foundation Trustee, said: “Shining a light on inequalities and examples of how things can improve can help us transition towards a fairer country where we can all live, work, play, and express ourselves.

“We hope that by exploring what good, personalised care and support looks like for people from Black, Asian and ethnic minority communities, we can encourage commissioners and funders to help move towards the more equal country we’re striving for.”

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