Think Local Act Personal Tag Listing
This is list shows the topics and resources tagged using 'Workforce development and training'.
- Making it Real: Marking progress towards personalised, community based support (Easy ready version)
The Easy Read document below gives an overview of the Making it Real framework. More information is available on our Making it Real webpages.
- Making it Real: Marking progress towards personalised, community based support
The document below gives an overview of the Making it Real framework. More information is available on our Making it Real webpages.
- Richmond's Adult Social Care Workforce strategy
The Richmond Adult Social Care Workforce strategy sets out a high level strategy to take forward with partners - it centres on developing the workforce to best help people live independent lives with choice and control over the services they receive. It is about having the right people with the right skills in the right place at the right time.
- Glossary of Adult Social Care Terms
This document is designed as a basic jargon buster of policy, legislation and other terms currently used in social care in relation to eg Personalisation, Commissioning.
The South East Integrated Local Area Workforce Strategy ProjectThe South East JIP is supporting the national Integrated Local Area Workforce Strategy (InLAWS) programme, through funding a sub-regional development project in the six Berkshire Unitary Local Authorities. The project will consider the potential for jointly developing InLAWS across Local Authority boundaries and will enable the six Local Authorities taking part to accelerate .
- Innovative Practice for PPF in the West Midlands
Innovative Practice - case examples from the West MidlandsAs part of the National Delivery Support Plan, Jeff Jerome recently requested examples of innovative and interesting practice across all the milestone areas that could usefully be shared. He will be interrogating the data from the PPF Survey conducted earlier this year as one means of identifying potential examples of innovative practice and also asked regional transformation leads to let him know about potential innovative practice in our region.
- Raising awareness about carers
The Carers Strategy includes a commitment to improve carer awareness amongst health, social care, housing, education and other professionals and to provide the information and services to support carers in their caring role. This section provides examples of different approaches to raising carer awareness and staff training programmes.
- Local Area Coordination in the North East
This project is exploring how the Local Area Coordination approach can support the development of Personalisation and self directed support. Local Area Coordination (LAC), developed in Australia in 1988, offers a way to build individual, family and community self sufficiency so that disabled and older people can choose to live with their families, or in their local community without compromising their quality of life.
- North East Quality Standards in Non-regulated Services
This project will develop quality standards for non regulated services to provide a regional framework and a consistent approach for commissioners, service users, family carers and care managers to monitor service improvements and maximise efficiencies. The Quality Standards Framework will complement all Councils monitoring and reviewing functions with a strong focus on service user and carer involvement and personalised outcomes as core determinants of quality, reliability and effectiveness.
- North East Quality Standards in Regulated Services
The aim of thie project is the development of a set of minimum regional quality standards for regulated services which exceed national minimum standards and complement the work of the Care Quality Commission. These standards will provide a regional framework and a consistent approach for commissioners, providers, service users, family carers and care managers to monitor individual outcomes; check service improvements and maximise efficiencies.