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Older Peoples Consultative Group 24 th March 2010 Developing a New Older Peoples Strategy.

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1 Older Peoples Consultative Group 24 th March 2010 Developing a New Older Peoples Strategy

2 Aims of the Session to engage key voluntary, community and statutory sector partners from across health, social care and support, housing related support, and community services in shaping the structure of the new older people's strategy to agree a framework that will inform drafting of the new strategy prior to internal and external consultation

3 Background Joint Commissioning Strategy for Older People (incl. of interim one year strategy) ran until 31 st September focus on dedicated health and social care services Older Peoples Strategy runs until 31 st March focus on a broader range of services such as those delivered by District Councils, Cultural and Community services and the Voluntary Sector

4 Way Forward agreed on need for one strategy / one group beyond dedicated health and social care services services that have a direct impact on the quality of life of older people clarity of outcomes/objectives and strategic direction of travel focus on priorities for action that will have greatest impact

5 Next Steps draft April 2010 internal consultation from May 2010 external consultation from October 2010 release early 2011

6 Context Demographic Growth extra 50,000 aged over 65 by 2029 incl. 18,000 aged over 85 extra 20,000 aged over 65 with limiting long term condition incl. 10,000 aged over 85 3 % annual increase in numbers with dementia with vast majority currently undiagnosed extra 20,000 aged over 65 living alone by 2026 increasing number of informal carers in need of support

7 Context Financial Pressures public sector budget reductions £21million adult social care and £60million health Personal Care at Home Bill entitlement from October 2010 with £? million increase in costs Social Care - £60million (older people's services) Health - £125million (community based health care) Joint Funding pot - £52million

8 Context National Priorities reduce health inequalities minimise access to and occupancy of acute/community hospital beds and care homes eg falls prevention support more people to stay at home for longer eg aids and equipment maintain or optimise levels of independence for those with long term conditions or disabilities eg rehabilitation services support for self care low level prevention services improved dementia care services enhanced carers support end of life support at home personalised services offering choice and control

9 Key Findings Target Audience address the needs of those aged 50 years plus ie prevention agenda address the needs of self funders and those with needs below eligibility thresholds where they apply ie information and advice target harder to reach groups and emphasise equality of access ie substance misusers target isolated older people with no family/carers to offer support

10 Key Findings Outcomes / Objectives quality of life / health & wellbeing - other outcomes contribute to these maintaining independence in the home prevention choice and personalised services accessible services that recognise cultural and social needs

11 Key Findings Structure of Support offer a mix of low level preventative support, short term rehabilitation support, and long term care and support be focused on delivering targeted short term personalised support based on the assessed needs of people rather than offering one size fits all long term care

12 Key Findings Service Priorities information and advice low level support at home financial welfare support for community groups and activities the quality and duration of domiciliary care self care support community and public transport supported housing and the role of wardens rehabilitation or intermediate care hospital discharge

13 Key Findings Evaluation detail the framework and agree measurable outcomes in the strategy to enable us to assess quality and impact over its duration

14 Older Peoples Services Health acute hospitals community hospitals community based health care – health visitors, district nurses, occupational and physio therapy services GP Practices Stroke, Falls, Cancer, Diabetes, COPD etc supported self care/management

15 Older Peoples Services Social Care and Support care homes - residential and nursing domiciliary care day care telecare aids and equipment meals carers support services

16 Older Peoples Services Health and Social Care intermediate care health and wellbeing

17 Older Peoples Services Housing Related Support extra care sheltered housing community wardens major adaptations

18 Older Peoples Services Community Services libraries arts adult learning leisure centres sports activities community activities community transport community safety

19 Group Session 1 The strategic outcomes and objectives that will inform development/delivery of the strategy

20 Group Session 1 Outcomes Improved Health & Wellbeing Improved Quality of Life Making a Positive Contribution Increased Choice and Control Freedom from Discrimination and Harassment Economic Well-Being Maintaining Personal Dignity and Respect Options six other outcomes contribute to 'quality of life all seven outcomes have equal status

21 Group Session 1 Objectives ( Examples) maintain independence of more people at home (given) optimise number of people able to make informed choices regarding their health, care, and support needs optimise the number of people supported to care for themselves or manage their conditions independently ensure public and community transport services enable people to access key services increase access to mainstream services for people from B M E communities ensure people have access to social support within their community and practical support in the home

22 Group Session 2 Priorities for action that will achieve the outcomes/objectives set and the key partners required to support delivery of these actions

23 Group Session 2 Priority Actions ( Examples) increase use of domiciliary care, including personal assistants, and reduce use of care homes increase supply of extra care housing schemes and reduce use of care homes enhance rehabilitation and re-ablement services to support people at home and keep them out of acute hospitals increase range and access to low level support services in partnership with district councils and universal community services

24 Group Session 3 Structure, content, and title of the strategy document

25 Group Session 3 vision and principles strategic outcomes framework and strategic objectives future needs analysis mapping of key services/strategies that support delivery of strategy key priorities for action use of resources in support of delivery governance structures and partnership working 5 years with 3 year review ? evaluation framework is reference to Older People relevant ?

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