Think Local Act Personal Tag Listing
This is list shows the topics and resources tagged using 'Effective partnerships with people using services, carers and other local citizens'.
- Barnet social care providers' event
This webpage provides links to presentations from an event on the provision of personalised support.
- Case Study: Oxfordshire - Personal Health Budgets in Continuing NHS Healthcare
Building on the partnership between social care and health to develop Personal Health BudgetsOxfordshire County Council and Oxfordshire Primary Care Trust have a history of partnership working. This case study introduces how social care and health are working jointly to develop Personal Health Budgets.
- Commissioning for personalisation: a framework for local authority commissioners
This framework explores refocuses existing and emerging perspectives on commissioning for health and wellbeing through the lens of personalisation.
- Co-production in Action: A SCIE Expert Seminar
A recently published briefing by SCIE looking at how co-production is being put into practice. Please see below for the report of the seminar.
- Co-production in the Context of Putting People First
A Presentation outlining the targets, milestones and challenges involved in changing the way we work.
- 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.
- Involving People in Transformation in the North East
The North East has developed a project dedicated to the involvement of local people in its work. The Adult Social Care Programme in the North East aims to deliver greater choice and control for people who need social care and to develop services that can meet future needs.
- Milestones for Equality Conference Report
Creating genuine choice, control and a personalised service for each individual can only be achieved through recognition and sensitivity to the diverse needs of each person who uses adult health and social care services. In January 2010, people who use services and carers, senior managers and equality leads working within the Transforming Adult Social Care agenda came together to discuss the reality of meeting these challenges and identify solutions at both the national, regional and local level.
- North East Autism Consortium
The North East Autism consortium (NEAC) will drive forward the modern commissioning of care and support services for people with Autistic Spectrum Disorders and Asperger syndrome. This will be achieved in two ways:Via the delivery of the actions plans of the 4 sub regional Autism Service Development Groups (ASDG) developed from stakeholder events in 2008, which will lead to the creation of modern, cost effective and individualised services for people living in our region.
- Personal experiences of transformation: West Midlands
Paula's epileptic seizures were preventing her living the life she wanted. This case study looks at how personalisation can allow important changes in people's lives to happen.