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Personal budgets and adult social care. Policy Putting People First Coalition agreement Vision for Adult Social Care Health, Education, Right to Control.

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1 Personal budgets and adult social care

2 Policy Putting People First Coalition agreement Vision for Adult Social Care Health, Education, Right to Control Open Public Services Forthcoming White Paper

3 Implementation approach £500m over three years to councils Circulars giving modest direction Regional support structures and resources National central and local government “consortium” Initial SDS target (30%) (pros and cons) Milestones and surveys

4 Objective in ‘Vision’ is for 100% Personal Budgets, “preferably as a direct payment”, by April 2013 Political consensus on PBs ADASS has accepted that it should be in a position to demonstrate to Government the application of its policy Current policy position

5 Half full? Outcomes very positive (POET), some benefit more than others, process still problematical PBs over 30% but very variable Direct payments stalling, government determined, 2013 goal Authenticity of managed PBs? Lots of transferable learning

6 Thoughts Invest in leadership (culture and capacity, professionals, people, families, user/carer led organisations) Prepare the ground in early phase: create a coalition across sector Align levers and incentives Tackle key barriers early (but don’t RAS obsess!) Check results locally (see POET control.org.uk/poet)www.in- control.org.uk/poet

7 Review of latest research on PBs

8 “Lean” SDS papers

9 North West programme Think Local Act Personal Contact us


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