Think Local Act Personal Tag Listing
This is list shows the topics and resources tagged using 'London'.
- Carers pathway
This chart provides a high level overview of the carer's pathway from an organisational perspective.
- London JIP Transformation Programme - NCL Sub region eMarket project.
This documents provides a statement of requirements for an eMarket produced by Boroughs in the North Central London Sub Region.
- London JIP Transformation Programme - Person 2 Person Proof of Concept Project - Final report
This is the final report of a proof of concept project undertaken by Slivers of Time, London Councils and 8 London boroughs.
- London JIP Transformation Programme - South West London Sub Region - Mind the Gap Report.
This is the final report of SW Sub region. The objectives of the project were to:To reflect on the core conditions required for providers to deliver individualised services and learn how to create an environment for those conditions To unpick what issues get in the way of providing an individualised service and develop action plans for those prioritised as most important and urgent To develop action plans for each provider in the context of the personalisation agenda in South West London To reflect on the existing and historic relationships between providers and commissioners To develop a jointly owned "5 Bold Steps" plan to develop the provider commissioner relationships in the context of personalisation work to map the market.
- London JIP Transformation Programme - Support Planning Guidance Series
These documents aim to provide practical advice and guidance to people developing Support Planning and Brokerage within Local Authorities. They are the output from workshops involving personalisation, mental capacity and support planning leads from within London Councils.
- London JIP Transformation Programme - What Good Looks Like for London
This document descibes a transformed social care operating model would look like and the key activities for the London JIP and Councils and delivering it.
- Prevention of Admission to Residential Care Project Report - Jan 2011
This research provides key learning on the complex relationship between operational activity, commissioning decisions and the expectations of individuals and Carers. It identifies that investment in community services may not change residential admission patterns if these relationships are notunderstood.