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Putting People First Update Tuesday 19 th July 2010 Amanda Smith, Development Manager, Choice & Control
Putting People First Vision The overall vision is that the state should empower citizens to shape their own lives and the services they receive. What it means is that everyone who receives care and support, regardless of their level of need, in any setting, whether from statutory services, the third and community or private sector or by funding it themselves, will have choice and control over how that care and support is delivered.
Transformed Care System General population Low to moderate needs Substantial needs Critical needs State supported Self Supported As the population increases the state focuses its resources to those with most complex needs FACS eligible
4[Slideshow Title - edit in Headers & Footers] Four key areas of transformation 1. Access to Universal Services 2. A focus on Prevention and Early Intervention 3. Increased Choice & Control 4. Maximizing Social Capital
5[Slideshow Title - edit in Headers & Footers] Milestone Self-Improvement Framework Milestone 1: Effective partnerships and people using services, carers and other local citizens. Milestone 2: Self-directed support and personal budgets. Milestone 3: Prevention and cost effective services. Milestone 4: Information and advice Milestone 5: Local commissioning
6[Slideshow Title - edit in Headers & Footers] Access to Universal Services Information & Advice: Carewise website; Signposting Plus project; Information Strategy. Culture, Leisure & Learning: removal of barriers (DDA); services listed, personalised opportunities. Housing: research on housing needs for older people; countywide housing strategy. Transport: development of community transport; unit cost for transport services. Community Safety: supporting people grants; hate crime; drug & alcohol action team.
7[Slideshow Title - edit in Headers & Footers] A focus on Prevention and Early Intervention Joint Commissioning: health & wellbeing strategic and community grants. Adult Social Care: Promoting Independence Service - 50% of service users no ongoing needs; social care grants. Health: Intermediate Care Service; District Health Improvement Coordinators; health grants.
8[Slideshow Title - edit in Headers & Footers] Maximising Choice and Control Pathway: Choice & Control pathway developed, Promoting Independence and Brokerage service permanently established. Finance: Individual budgets, Resource Allocation System in place. Training: Social Workers and Providers trained on person- centred thinking and planning. Social Enterprise event. Information & Advice: Carewise website; signposting plus project; development of User Led Organisation…
9[Slideshow Title - edit in Headers & Footers] Making better use of Social Capital Volunteering: creation and promotion of opportunities. Customer Engagement: positive engagement with numerous consultative groups, including user/carer group. Community Engagement: support for local involvement network (LINk) – enabling community decisions on health & social care issues. Voluntary, Community Sector: numerous grants, role of COMPACT.
10[Slideshow Title - edit in Headers & Footers] Future Priorities… Social Capital: working with deprived communities; social return on investment toolkit. Universal Services: capturing local information; expand quality services currently at capacity. Early Intervention & Prevention: greater shift of resources from cure to prevent?? Choice & Control: market shaping to create greater choice; role of ULO; develop mental health pathway.