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1 Q 1 Which Report established the Welfare State In UK? Beveridge Report Griffiths Report Climbie Report

2 Correct Answer for Q1 Next Question Well done ! Click below for details about Beveridge Report Information

3 Wrong Answer Q 1 The correct answer is the Beveridge Report Click below for details about Beveridge Report Information More information Try Again

4 Q 2 Which report recommended care in the community? Beveridge Report Sutherland Report Griffiths Report

5 Correct answer Q 2 Well done ! Community care policy When Social Services Departments were formed, the intention was to co-ordinate their activities as far as possible with health services. The Griffiths Report on Community Care, published in 1988, proposed a different kind of arrangement. Rather than depending on co- ordination and integration of services, there should be one service with clearly defined responsibility, which would commission services from others. This function, in the case of community care, would be performed by Social Services Departments (Social Work Departments in Scotland). Each budget would be redirected to come under the SSD's control. In principle, the role of social services departments would be the purchasing of care from a range of providers. The departments were to develop the range of provision they need by making contracts with providers for services. Care managers were to be responsible for allocating resources and setting priorities; practitioners would assess individual cases and guide the selection for each person. Cliick here for sources Next Question

6 Wrong answer Q? The correct answer is the Griffiths Report Community Care Policy When Social Services Departments were formed, the intention was to co-ordinate their activities as far as possible with health services. The Griffiths Report on Community Care, published in 1988, proposed a different kind of arrangement. Rather than depending on co-ordination and integration of services, there should be one service with clearly defined responsibility, which would commission services from others. This function, in the case of community care, would be performed by Social Services Departments (Social Work Departments in Scotland). Each budget would be redirected to come under the SSD's control. In principle, the role of social services departments would be the purchasing of care from a range of providers. The departments were to develop the range of provision they need by making contracts with providers for services. Care managers were to be responsible for allocating resources and setting priorities; practitioners would assess individual cases and guide the selection for each person. Cliick here for sources Try Again

7 Q 3 Which report made recommendations about long term care and older people? Cleveland Report Sutherland Report Climbie Report

8 Correct answer Q 3 Executive Summary and Summary of Recommendations The Commission have begun from the point of view that old age should not be seen as a problem, but a time of life with fulfilments of its own. To provide security in old age and proper care for those that need it our main recommendations are that: The costs of long-term care should be split between living costs, housing costs and personal care. Personal care should be available after assessment, according to need and paid for from general taxation: the rest should be subject to a co-payment according to means. (Chapter 6)Chapter 6 The Government should establish a National Care Commission to monitor trends, including demography and spending, ensure transparency and accountability in the system, represent the interests of consumers, and set national benchmarks, now and in the future. (Chapter 7)Chapter 7 More Information source Well done !

9 Wrong answer Q3 Executive Summary and Summary of Recommendations The Commission have begun from the point of view that old age should not be seen as a problem, but a time of life with fulfilments of its own. To provide security in old age and proper care for those that need it our main recommendations are that: The costs of long-term care should be split between living costs, housing costs and personal care. Personal care should be available after assessment, according to need and paid for from general taxation: the rest should be subject to a co-payment according to means. (Chapter 6)Chapter 6 The Government should establish a National Care Commission to monitor trends, including demography and spending, ensure transparency and accountability in the system, represent the interests of consumers, and set national benchmarks, now and in the future. (Chapter 7)Chapter 7 More Information source Try Again The correct answer is the Sutherland Report

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