Think Local Act Personal Tag Listing
This is list shows the topics and resources tagged using 'personalisation'.
- We've come a long way
Martin Routledge, programme manager for Think Local Act Personal, shares a few thoughts on his week that was. This week I've been with groups and at events that have made me reflect on progress with personalisation.
- Transforming social care: Learning from the outcomes people experience
by John Waters John Waters leads In Control's technical, research and evaluation programme and is managing the 2nd National Personal Budgets Survey, which has been commissioned by TLAP and will be delivered by In Control and Lancaster University in March 2013. The personalisation of care and support services has been at the heart of our social care policy for some years now.
- Rethinking risk
Rethinking risk - Sarah Carr, SCIE For people who use or work in mental health services the term 'risk of harm to self or to others' is an all too familiar phrase, derived from legal and professional terminology. So it's not surprising that people with mental health problems are often the subject of discussions about risk, danger and safety, most recently among practitioners and others involved with introducing self directed support and personal budgets in social care and health.
- How to commission really good direct payment support
How to commission really good direct payment supportBy Simon Stockton, Director of Groundswell PartnershipDirect payments lead to better outcomes than managed budgets. So said the POET survey published in June last year.
- Ensuring personalisation provides better outcomes for all
Blog by Michael Turner, Participation Support Manager, and Hamza Anwar, Participation Projects Coordinator, The Social care institute for excellence. Last November SCIE with support and funding from the Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF) bought together service users, carers, social care practitioners and policy makers to discuss the future of personalisation at a time of limited resources.
- The NIHR School for Social Care Research: providing evidence to help improve adult social care in England
Blog by Dr Mike Clark, Research Programme Manager, LSEThe National Institute for Health Research (nihr. ac.
- The power of people's stories
Blog by Jaimee Lewis, Communications Manager, Think Local, Act Personal Have you read that story about the recent government policy to give people an "indicative allocation" of money available for their care and support? Where a "service user" goes through a "support planning process" to work out how they will spend their personal budget to best meet "their agreed outcomes" and then after sign off, manage it according to the "chosen deployment options"?My guess is that you have, especially if you work in social care. Maybe less so if you are someone who uses support.
- Budgets and Beyond: Interim Report. A review of the literature on personalisation and a framework for understanding co-production in the 'Budgets and Beyond' project
This project explores the potential for co-production to improve outcomes for those individuals (along with their families and support networks) who are intended to benefit from the move towards greater personalisation of care and support services, including people who have personal budgets or are self funders. The call for care services to be 'personalised' has gathered strength over the last two decades and is a major policy objective of the Coalition Government.
- A Positive Approach to Risk & Personalisation
This paper, commissioned by the West Midlands Joint Improvement Partnership (JIP) provides a framework for Councils in shifting the balance away from risk aversion towards supported positive risk taking. The aim is to share risk between the individual using services (regardless of funding source), their family, carers, professional care staff, third parties and the Council.
- Personal Budgets Survey March 2011 - The Results
The ADASS Survey of Personal Budgets - conducted March 2011 - summary of the results.