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1 Councillor Heather Smith Prevention Co-production of Levels Eve nt 2 nd April 2012

2 Prevention Consultation July – September 2011 Customers Providers Key stakeholders

3 Local combined community access Holistic approach to whole needs A flexible and multi-skilled workforce Improved working Improvements for customers Maximising funding and income Partnership, structure, governance and accountability Workplace development, learning and growth Joint efficiencies Customer Feedback Opportunities Customer Feedback Risks Local combined community access Fear and anxiety about loss or changes to services Loss of access specialist staff Consultation process Impaired customer experience Loss of skill, knowledge and staff Pace of change and transition Partnership working Anxiety – communities and funding Anxiety – capacity and commissioning Concern and hub approach Provider feedback - Opportunities Provider Feedback - Risks What we found

4 Summary of Recommendations to Cabinet Extend Consultation for a further 3 months Agree and support the development of area based/locality model(s) Authorise interim contract extensions or variations Approve the Draft Prevention and Demand Strategy for the County 2012 – 2016 for consultation. Endorse a Fair and Equitable Funding methodology 4

5 Janet Doran Prevention Consultation Phase 2 – Interim results

6 Prevention Consultation December – February 2012 Strategy Fair and Equitable Funding Model Locality Decision making

7 Interim Results Awareness raising Relating to 12 events Over 300 participants at events 1588 internet hits

8 Outline of Consultation Three areas –Draft Strategy –Local Governance –Funding methodology

9 Results Draft Strategy 51% agreed with aims 6% disagreed 43% unsure/didn’t want to answer –Written responses »13 responses »7 agreed »3 disagreed »3 didn’t know

10 Results Local Governance Diverse responses –Service users & carers –Providers –GP/Health –District and Borough –Police

11 Results Funding Methodology 76% of participants understood the methodology 24% of participants did not understand 55% felt the methodology was Fair/fair in principle 11% felt it was not fair 34% Didn’t know

12 Proposed Fair and Equitable Resource Allocation Methodology

13 Early Years / Children’s Centres Young People Access - Rural Deprivation Adults - Vulnerable and Older People Community Safety Domains / Themes Communities Data sets for these Domains, see updated Fair and Equitable Funding Model Domains and Datasets document.

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15 The information from each dataset will contribute to the ranking for that Lower Level Super Output Area. With rank 407 being the most in need and 1 being the least An area will have a ranking for each Domain/Theme, (Similar to the IMD Domains) For Example: Daventry 008D - E Deprivation Access to Facilities Communities Community Safety Adults Young People Early Years

16 Example of Allocation of Funding per person Deprivation (D): (area population X area’s domain rank ) Access to Facilities (AF) : (area population X area’s domain rank) Communities (C): (area population X area’s domain rank) Adults (VAOP): (area population X area’s domain rank) Community Safety (CS): (area population X area’s domain rank) Young People (YP): (area population X area’s domain rank) Early Years (EYCC): (area population X area’s domain rank) (D) (AF) (C) (VAOP) (CS) (YP)(EYCC) This figure is created for each of the 407 Lower super output areas. = Unique LSOA Figure

17 X = Each area’s Funding That area’s population = Funding per person within that area Total Funding All 407 of the Unique LSOA Figure = Countywide Unit amountUnique LSOA FigureCountywide Unit amount

18 Funding amount £ 20,000,000 Deprivation Access to Facilities Communities Community Safety Adults Young People Early Years Borough/Districts Allocations Percentage of total funding Amount of funding per person Corby £ 1,975, % £ Daventry £ 1,704, % £ East Northamptonshire £ 2,038, % £ Kettering £ 2,684, % £ Northampton £ 7,612, % £ South Northamptonshire £ 1,536, % £ Wellingborough £ 2,448, % £ 32.33

19 Example Domain Ranking AreaPopulationDAFCCSVAOPYPEYCCSUMUnique LSOA Figure Area Area Area Area Area Total3000AVERAGE =Less need5 =Most need (D) (AF) (C) (VAOP) (CS) (YP)(EYCC) = Unique LSOA Figure Area = 14000

20 All of the 5 Unique LSOA Figures added together Total Funding The Countywide Unit amount = Unique LSOA Figure Area Area29500 Area Area47000 Area All the unique LSOA figures added is: Therefore “Countywide” unit amount = £10,000,000 / £209.42

21 The Countywide Unit Amount Unique LSOA Figure X Each LSOA Funding = For our example Area 1 Funding =£ X =£2,931, Area 2 Funding =£ X 9500 =£1,989, Area 3 Funding =£ X =£2,617, Area 4 Funding =£ X 7000 =£1,465, Area 5 Funding =£ X 4750 =£994, Total£10,000,000.00

22 Each area’s Funding That area’s population = Funding per person within that area Rank Area 1 Funding per person =£2,931, / 1000£2, Area 2 Funding per person =£1,989, / 500£3, Area 3 Funding per person =£2,617, / 500£5, Area 4 Funding per person =£1,465, / 250£5, Area 5 Funding per person =£994, / 250£3,

23 Co-production of Levels

24 Levels/Tiers  Universal  Low (FACS) Adults  Early Response  Moderate (FACS) Adults  Short Term/low level  Additional needs specialist (CYP)  Lesser substantial (FACS) Adults  Targeted Prevention Services  Greater Substantial (FACS) Adults Intermediate care/reablement  Additional needs regarding SPEC or statutory integrated response inc. Safeguarding (CYP)  Critical (FACS)Level 5 Level 4 Level 3 Level 2 Level 1 Edge of Care/Custody

25 Co-production of Levels - Workshops Universal Specialist


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