Think Local Act Personal Tag Listing
This is list shows the topics and resources tagged using 'Self directed support'.
- Personal experiences of transformation: Yorkshire & Humberside
This case study shares Sharon's story of Personal Budgets providing flexibility. It also hears from her Support Co-Ordinator about how people are supported through the process.
- Personalisation: a rough guide
An overview of what personalisation is. Also available in easy read format for people with learning disabilities.
- Plan My Care
IESE has provided grant funding to Isle of Wight Council, who have been working with Plan My Care (www. planmycare.
- Priorities for West Midlands Personalisation Leads 2010/11
Priorities for action by the Network/JIP/DHOutcome of small working groups on November 3rd 2009.
- Productivity and personalisation
The Putting People First consortium has published a guide called Practical approaches to improving productivity through personalisation in adult social care. This paper suggests that self-directed support should be seen as a core part of the wider transformation process that aims to promote independence, extend choice, and offer cost effective solutions for people needing ongoing support.
- Putting People First milestones - briefing for CQC staff
This document has been produced for CQC staff who carry out local performance assessments of councils. It forms part of the CQC commissioner assessment guide for 2009/10.
- Putting people first: Equality and Diversity Matters 2
This bulletin from CSCI calls for black and minority ethnic people to have their cultural and social needs addressed on a more personal level.
- Putting People First: equality and diversity matters 3
This document covers good practice, equality and diversity and specific issues, and gives a checklist for action.
- Resource allocation systems benchmarking tool
This document aims to, enable local authorities in partnership with citizens, test and compare the effectiveness of their personalised process of allocating resources; and to provide assistance and examples of good practice.
- Supporting People Cost Benefit Analysis
An in-depth analysis of the benefits of the SP programme to highlight learning for Personalisation in the North East. This project will undertake an in-depth regional analysis of the benefits of the Supporting People Programme to highlight where efficiencies and good commissioning practise could affect the costs of procurement of Social Care Services for Independent Living, in advance of the mainstreaming of the supporting people programme by March 2011.