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1 Zero Based Review Slides to accompany September 2013 Adult Social Care Letter to Local Authorities 1 Developed by the HSCIC / ZBR communications group

2 Overview Social Care collections in 2013 ( data) Social Care collections in 2014 ( data) Social Care collections in 2015 ( data) Implementation of the new collections Funding and other support ASCOF safeguarding outcomes measure Next Steps at the HSCIC Thank you See letter at:

3 Social Care collections in 2013 Thank you for this year’s data submissions Management information data made available through NASCIS and published in the public domain earlier this year Thank you for taking part in Social Care collections feedback surveys

4 Social Care collections in 2014 Registered Blind and Partially Sighted national collection to take place in 2014 New collections for announced in September 2012: –Safeguarding Adults Return (SAR) –Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards Return (DoLS) for Changes from September 2014 –Councils required to submit data on qualifications in the NMDS-SC workforce collection Carers Survey fieldwork to take place in late 2014 Mandatory collections for (see Appendix A)

5 Social Care collections in 2015 New collections and framework for announced in May 2013 following Zero Based Review: Short and Long Term (SALT) replacing RAP and ASC-CAR Adult Social Care Finance Return (ASC-FR) replacing PSS-EX1 Equalities and Classifications Framework (EQ-CL), which applies to the above collections as well as SAR Enhanced guidance on new collections will be published in September - no changes made to collections but local authorities need to take account of clarification on: Reporting Primary Support Reason Accommodation Status categories to be collected within SALT Recording data on Carers within SALT Small changes to DoLS collection for following feedback (see Appendix D) SeRCOP for Adult Social Care was published in July 2013 (http://www.cipfastats.net/sercop/)http://www.cipfastats.net/sercop/

6 Implementation of the new collections HSCIC welcomes further queries on collections starting in and , using dedicated mailboxes: –For SAR and DoLS: –For SALT: –For ASC-FR: –For EQ-CL: HSCIC welcomes new members to our technical groups which: –Meet by teleconference –Discuss queries and other implementation issues for new collections To join the relevant mailbox above. We also welcome new members to our Communications group – us on if interested.

7 Funding and other support In July 2013 the Department of Health announced £11.13 m of financial support for local authorities implementing new collections More information available at: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/zero-based-review- grant-determination-lassldh20132 https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/zero-based-review- grant-determination-lassldh20132 May 2013 letter included information about preparations local authorities might start making in advance of new collections

8 ASCOF safeguarding outcomes measure Extensive engagement has taken place with stakeholders to develop draft interview questions and methodology Next Steps: –Looking for Local Authorities to carry out cognitive testing phase in November / December 2013 on draft interview questions and methodology in practice –Undertaking a pilot exercise in January – March 2014 to put the process developed into practice Contact us at if you would like to take part in either or both of the above testing or pilot

9 Next steps at the HSCIC HSCIC will be undertaking a consultation with stakeholders on how to present future data Further updates through the December 2013 Adult Social Care Letter to Local Authorities Continue to engage with Local Authorities on existing and new collections issues Continue to act on feedback from the Social Care Collections Feedback Surveys and the Zero Based Review Programme Implementation Survey 2013

10 Thank you! To everyone who has participated to date, for example by : Contributing to the ZBR Technical Groups and the Programme Board Responding to the Social Care Collections Feedback Surveys Sending comments on the new guidance and framework documents and collection proformas Organising local and regional ZBR discussion forums


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