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COVID-19 IMPORTANT INFORMATION 

One Northern Devon is a partnership of organisations working together to improve wellbeing for the people and communities of North Devon and Torridge.

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We have information for residents, businesses, volunteers and emergency workers below.

GENERAL COVID-19 INFORMATION FOR – 

ONE COMMUNITY COVID-19 INFORMATION

ABOUT ONE NORTHERN DEVON

One Northern Devon is a partnership of organisations working together to improve wellbeing for the people and communities of North Devon and Torridge.

Northern Devon is now at the forefront of an approach to improving health and well-being, and at its heart is an understanding that people need more than just good NHS services to keep well.

A person’s living conditions, work and social environment have a big impact on their wellbeing, even contributing to a difference in life expectancy of up to 15 years in some areas of North Devon.

If we can tackle problems like unsuitable housing, poor employment prospects and social isolation, we can help prevent the poor health that results from such factors.

In order to more effectively address issues like these, housing and environmental services, education providers, employers, community groups, fire, police and health and social care services need to work together.

One Northern Devon is a partnership of public and voluntary sector partners working together to improve wellbeing in North Devon & Torridge. It aims to reduce health inequalities through co-ordination of the activity of all partners involved in the wider determinants of health and an approach that is person-centred and place-focussed.

PERSON

One-to-one support for
individuals

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PLACE

Whole population support to
communities

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SYSTEM

Organisational support for system
co-ordination

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One Northern Devon recognises that there is a disconnect between public services, despite their interdependence.  It aims to address this disparity through co-ordination of the system and a further understanding that for services to be most effective they need to be designed to meet the needs of individuals and the context they live in.

One Towns

The people that best understand communities are the people who live and work in them. One Towns are local partnerships that bring residents and service providers together to work on things that matter to their community. One Northern Devon is supporting the development of One Towns in each of the six main towns. Four are now established, plus one village. Recognising that health services have only a 10% overall impact on their patients’ health, local GPs have taken the lead in four of the One communities that have been established.

One Ilfracombe

One Ilfracombe is a not for profit company which brings together services, businesses and the community for better health, economic prosperity and a higher quality living environment for the people of Ilfracombe Read More

One Barnstaple

One Barnstaple is a partnership of local voluntary, community and public service organisations in Barnstaple, led by local GP Dr Simon Jones. In May 2019, launched with a 3 day event showcasing the fantastic community Read More

One Bideford

Bideford Town Council, Torridge District Council, the police, fire service and Safer North Devon created One Bideford in February 2016. One Bideford aims to be a cohesive, collaborative, visible multi agency team Read More

Torrington One Hundred

The Torrington 100 group received funding from the improved Better Care Fund (Health and Social care funding) to employ two part time community developers. Torridge Volunteer services (TTVS)  Read More

Live Well Braunton

Live Well in Braunton

Live well in Braunton is a community partnership started by Dr Susanna Hill, Lorraine Loveden, Roger Byrom and others in 2017. The aim of the group is to improve connections within Braunton Read More

One South Molton

One South Molton brings residents and service providers together who know the local area best, to work on things that matter most to their community. Read More

 

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