DHEK BHAL CHARITY GROUP

January 6, 2018 | Author: Anonymous | Category: Business, Economics
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DHEK BHAL CHARITY GROUP  CEO/Presenter: Zehra Haq

Brief History  Dhek Bhal - a Punjabi term meaning “caring

for” or “looking after”. 

Established in 1986 as Barton Hill Asian Women’s group, in partnership with British City Council.



Initially catered for South Asian women in Barton Hill, Easton and St Paul’s.



Evolved into a Bristol wide service.



Current name adopted in 1994.

Values 

Dignity of the individual



Respecting diversity of cultures, values and faiths



Right to quality of service that caters to individual needs



Promote individual development



Right to information and choice



Contribute to the development of services

Overview of Services 

Current Services



Elderly Women’s Daycentre (1988 - current)



Bristol Sitting Service (1993 - current)



South Gloucestershire Sitting Service (1999 - current)



Elderly Men’s Project (2008 – current)



Domiciliary Care Service (2009 – current)

Bristol Sitting Service 1993 - CURRENT



Elderly Men’s Project 1998 – CURRENT





Elderly Women’s Daycentre 1988 - CURRENT

Domiciliary Care Service 2009 - CURRENT



Overview of Services 

Defunct Services



Young Mums Project (1987 – 2008) - Funded by Bristol City Council



Asian Girls Youth Project (1989 – 2008)



Children‘s Holiday Playscheme (1994 -2007)



Outreach Project (1997 – 2000)

Overview of Services (cont’) 

Defunct Services (continued:)



Carers Support Service (2000 - 2008)



Asian Children & Youth Liaison Service (2001 – 2007)



Volunteers Support Service (2004 – 2006)



Asian Boys Youth Project (2006 – 2009)

Young Mums Project 1987 - 2008



Asian Girls Youth Project 1989 - 2008



Holiday Play Scheme 1994 - 2007



Outreach Project 1997 - 2000



Carers Support Service 2000 – 2008



Asian Children & Youth Liaison Service 2001 - 2007



Volunteers Support Project 2004 – 2006



Asian Boys Youth Project 2006 - 2009



Growth 

Constantly identify gaps in mainstream, voluntary, and community service provisions.



Enjoy good rapport with community, who approach us to develop new services or improve existing ones.



Availability of funding

Changes in the Care Sector 

The introduction of Commissioning of services



A move towards ‘Spot Commissioning’



The introduction of a ‘Direct Payment Scheme’

Strategies 

Domiciliary Care Service to double by 2015.



Employee skills enhanced – multilingual and multi-skilled staff.



Robust training programme provided through St. Monica’s Trust.



Strategic partnership and collaborative work with BCC, South Glos, NHS, community sector professionals.

Strategies (Continued) 

Good knowledge of demographics of the area



Knowledgeable trustees



Care Quality Commission (CQC) inspections and Quality Assurance visits by BCC and South Glos



Marketing: Open Days, events, annual report



Cross cultural awareness programs

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