Presentation on theme: "Supporting People 15 th September 2010 Have your say We are listening!"— Presentation transcript:
Supporting People 15 th September 2010 Have your say We are listening!
What’s happening today? 10am Tea and Coffee 10.15am Welcome 10.30am Supporting People 11am Break 11.15am Service Review 12pm Lunch and Quiz 12.30pm Feedback and Quiz Results 12.45pm Summary and Questions 1pm End
Housekeeping The toilets are If there is a fire Support Workers
Who is helping today? Emma Wright Contracts Manager- Supporting People Lisa Farnsworth Project Officer- Supporting People Sharon Mellors Project Manager- Supporting People
What is Supporting People? Supports people to live independently Money from the government Supports lots of different people
Your Services 42 Different Services Money is given to organisations to provide support We have contracts with these organisations
What organisations should do Support you to live independently in your home. Involve you Give you information and advice Increase skills and confidence Help you to need less support over time
What services do we have? What services do we need? Are services value for money? Are services helping people to achieve their goals?
What services do we have? Accommodation Based Services with a set number of hours Support in your own home If you move support doesn’t go with you landlord fixes repairs and collects rent
What services do we need? Flexible services Support more people People get the support they need Increase choice and independence Value for money Floating Support…………………
What is floating support? Support in your own home If you move home you can still get support You can have your support when you want it
Future Services Today we are looking at services only funded by Supporting People It is proposed that these services become floating support
What does this mean for me? More choice and control Your support will be more flexible to meet your needs You can take support with you if you move Your support organisation and support hours may change