Personalisation

Personalisation

Personalisation

The 2015/16 London personalisation programme consists of the following elements

Resources

  • Individual employers:  Individuals across England who receive direct payments or a personal budget so that they can employ people to provide care and support in their own homes. Skills for Care have developed this page to help these indivuals and their care assistants.
  • Peer support – what is it and does it work

Market and provider development – market shaping forum

We are looking to launch our London Market Shaping Forum in Autumn 2015

Several preparatory meetings have taken place as outlined below

We initially met on 24th October 2014. Presentations included:

We had our second meeting on the 19th of February 2015. Presentation available by clicking London MDF Slides

The third meeting took place on the 12th May 2015. Click the following for presentation and National Market Development Forum draft Terms of Reference

The Forum will link directly with the National Market Development Forum and provide a space for a wide range of stakeholders to co-ordinate and drive forward market shaping activity in the Capital focusing on building a diverse and personalised market for people with care and support needs.

Improving personal budgets delivery

Councils have been invited to sign up to supported use of the Personal Budgets Outcomes Evaluation Tool (POET). The latest National Personal Budget Survey(based on use of POET) was published at the NCAS conference in October. The current London programme allows for 12 councils to receive a full package of support including assistance in undertaking the survey, a report analysing findings and benchmarking with others and a facilitated workshop to use the findings for improvement planning. For more information contact tim.parkin@in-control.org.uk

Contribution through Volunteering Event – Developing a new programme for Citizens and Communities

As part of the LondonADASS personalisation work programme we ran an event titled: Contribution through Volunteering – developing a new programme for Citizens and Communities on 3rd October 2014. The event was aimed at helping build community capacity for social care transformation, through a service model that is called “Contribution through Volunteering”
Presentations:

Latest News

Opportunity: Better Care Manager, NHS AfC: Band 8c - closing date for applications: 18/02/2018 23:59

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For details about this opportunity, click here [...]

Healthy London Partnership new resources and highlights

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Recent annual highlights report. It’s a quick way to find some of our most popular and recently produced resources. It links directly through to our website which is being refreshed to make accessing all our[...]

High impact change model

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Better home care for older people - NICE quick guides

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In collaboration with The Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE), NICE have developed Quick guides on two Social care topics - Home care, and Oral health in care homes. These summarise key points of guidance, and[...]

Literature Review on Alcohol and Substance Use in people with Learning Disabilities

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Haringey's Public Health Department has shared an informative review of literature relating to alcohol and substance use in people with learning disabilities.[...]

Previous Network Meetings and Events

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Bernie Richmond

Lead DASS: Bernie Flaherty, Director Adult Social Services, Harrow Council.

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Networks and Groups

Within this workstream, LondonADASS runs the following networks:

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Integration & Personalisation

Why it Matters

  • Social care provides support much wider than the NHS and is a vital ‘connector’ to other public services, especially the NHS but also local housing and community services
  • Effective, personalised care and support helps reduce the impact and incidence of physical and mental ill-health.
  • The distinctive value of social care in local government is rooted in nurturing resilient, healthy families and communities that can reduce and prevent the need for formal services

Aims and Objectives

  • Promote the values of social care through regional events with key partners and stakeholders
  • Support all members so that all eligible adults and carers can receive personalised care and support.
  • Support all members so that services can be delivered in line with the views and contributions of individuals and their carers using these services.
  • Support all members so that services offer a parity of esteem for all individuals and their carers using these services
  • Support all members to meet their Care Act responsibilities of supporting universal wellbeing, early intervention and prevention, personalisation and making safeguarding personal.
  • Support all members to implement the ‘Transforming Care – Winterbourne View’ Action Plan.
  • Work with NHS England to support implementation of the Healthy London Partnership Programme
  • Support all members around Delayed Transfers of Care
  • Support all members to have integration arrangements in place that include systems resilience to reduce crisis interventions and delays in returning home from hospital.
  • Support all members to meet their 2015/16 BCF performance targets.
  • Work with NHS England to support the NHS Vanguard ‘New Models of Care’ and delivery of the Five Year Forward View
  • Support the Integrated Personal Commissioning programme and its introduction across Social Care and NHS.
  • Identify if there are areas where ADPH London and LondonADASS could work better together
  • Support the development of Health & Wellbeing Boards as partnerships between citizens, clinicians and democracy.

Latest News

Previous Network Meetings and Events

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Networks

Within this priority, LondonADASS runs the following networks:

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Forthcoming Network Meetings and Events

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