Think Local Act Personal Tag Listing
This is list shows the topics and resources tagged using 'market development'.
- Can we achieve better value for money and increased choice through market co-production?
Blog by Bill Mumford - Chief Executive of MacIntyre and Chair of VODG In an earlier blog, Clenton Farquharson, Co-Chair of the Making it Real sub group of the National Co-Production Advisory Group, provided a great definition of co-production:"Co-production means that the contribution of people who use services, their families and carers, is maximised and valued"Rather than merely describing a process, Clenton has suggested an outcome- people feeling valued- and in so doing he has modelled the whole approach of the Making it Real framework. I chair the Provider and Workforce Development work stream of Think Local, Act Personal and we have been charged with the task of considering how to facilitate many of the outcomes set out in Making it Real.
- 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.
- People who pay for care: quantitative and qualitative analysis of self-funders in the social care market January 2011
New research, commissioned on behalf of councils, has highlighted the growing significance of people paying for their own care and support ('self-funders') and underlined the importance of people getting the right information and advice when it comes to understanding and considering their options. The two linked reports from the Institute for Public Policy at Oxford Brookes University and Melanie Henwood Associates suggest that people who pay for their own care are not guaranteed greater choice and control unless they are properly advised, but it is also clear that many people do not wish to approach councils to get that advice.
- Developing Social Care e-markets
This capital funded project aims to stimulate local care and support markets, promoting a diverse range of providers of both traditional and non traditional personalised support. It includes exploration of web based platforms on which providers can advertise and from which individuals can purchase services.
- Residential Rehab in drug & alcohol services
The East Midlands has small populations of adults requiring specialist residential rehabilitation services, which make planning and commissioning these services difficult on a locality basis. This project builds on work by a regional post (funded by the Crime & Disorder Partnerships) to co-ordinate and develop commissioning of Tier 4 services.
- Shaping the market in learning disabilities
- Care Funding Calculator
Since 2008, the East Midlands Care Funding Calculator project has enabled the region's local authorities to negotiate savings in excess of £4. 5 million, with average price reductions of 17%.
- Commissioning and Market Development Board Archive
The East Midlands Commissioning and Market Development Programme Board reported to the the East Midlands Joint Improvement Partnership Executive Board. The Board's Terms of Reference were to drive a regional programme to support local delivery of the Transformation of Adult Social Care Commissioning Milestones 2010 to March 2011.