LondonADASS aims to improve the quality of work done in the sector, particularly with regard to outcomes for local people. The peer review process is key to leading this improvement but it cannot operate in isolation. Linking peer reviews to the wider LondonADASS priorities and structures is therefore of vital importance.
Boroughs can choose one of three themes – Safeguarding, Commissioning and Use of Resources. These methodologies have been developed following pilots in Lewisham, Redbridge and Tower Hamlets.
Indicative Review Schedule (Restricted access)
Tools and resources
- Peer Review Guide (March 2017) – For reviewers and boroughs under review
- TEASC Risk Awareness Tool (October 2015)
- Use of Resources Self Assessment Tool – A self-assessment tool produced by Think Local Act Personal (TLAP) and Towards Excellence in Adult Social Care (TEASC)
- Evaluation of the peer support and review elements of the TEASC programme 2014/15