We are a national partnership transforming health and care through personalisation and community-based support
TLAP Partnership Agreement 2014-17
TLAP's new partnership agreement - Working together for personalised, community-based care and support 2014-17 - sets out a new vision for "personalisation" based on what people have said is a priority, following the enormous changes to the care and health sector since 2011.
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TLAP has expanded and secured further commitments from new organisations that cover the health, housing and children's sectors. Each partner shares their commitment on how they will help deliver the new vision for personalisation.
Working together for personalised, community-based support is a first phase review of TLAP's work and impact 2011-14. It also presents our commitments and what needs to happen next.
- Making it Real for everyone - Leeds event
The national learning events for the Making it Real for everyone - a personalised response to Winterbourne View have allowed for honest debates on what is and isn't working in person-centred social care provision. At the third event in Leeds, Real Life Options - a learning disability provider - and Leeds City Council shared examples and opened the floor for providers, commissioners and family members, carers and people who use services to get involved and discuss both milestones and challenges.The following is a summary of the day's learning.
- 'Duty of Candour' a key milestone in delivery on Francis' recommendation
NHS organisations that fail to provide safe care could face immediate prosecution and fines according to new legislation.
- Making it Real for everyone - a personalised response to Winterbourne View and the role of commissioners.
It is important that commissioners work alongside people and families who use services to help drive changes in social care provision - as outlined in "Making it Real" (markers of progress in personalised, community-based support). Commissioners can add impetus particularly with their technical expertise of the funding arrangements.
A framework developed by the partnership to support the delivery of personalised care.
National survey on people's experiences of personal budgets.
Report aimed at council staff responsible for implementing self-directed support.
Case studies showing the benefits of personal health budgets for integrating people's health and care support.