NWDA priorities

The three key Neighbourhood and Wellbeing Delivery Alliance priorities aim to meet the needs of our diverse communities



The Neighbourhood and Wellbeing Delivery Alliance (NWDA) is a collaboration between the local authority, health and social care organisations, and Lambeth’s voluntary and community sectors. Find out more about who we are and what we do.

Through this, we create partnerships between local people and work together to share intelligence, co-create solutions, and design projects that improve the health and wellbeing of Lambeth residents. Building on the Lambeth Together Strategic Health and Care Plan, the NWDA established three key priorities to meet the needs of our diverse communities.

Priorities for 2023

These priorities and the associated NWDA health and care projects focus on areas of work where the alliance can make the most impact and add value to Lambeth residents. With the Lambeth resident at the heart of all our activity, we engage with people with lived experience to co-design and deliver local projects. The workstreams’ partner organisations have pledged to field a range of appropriate staff who can enable and support the delivery of local projects and any changes required to improve the health & wellbeing of Lambeth residents.

What we will do for you

More people live better quality and happier lives. More people are supported to maintain their independence as far as possible.  People are more able to participate in decision making about their lives. People and carers feel positive and in control of their lives.
More people know how to access support in the home and in the community and are supported to do this. More people will be more securely connected. More people will have relevant preventative assessments and reviews. More people have early access to support and help avoiding crises.
Following a stay in hospital people receive good quality aftercare, coordinated well across different organisations. People stay physically and mentally active and support to stay as active as possible. More people will have access to good quality care at home. More people  have an agreed care plan that is used when a patients condition worsens

Further Information about the NWDA

NWDA – Working together to support our communities to thrive