The report will be of interest to all those who are interested and committed to creating a new and better form of social care - based on the principle that people want a life and not a service.
Working examples of how three organisations are weaving together recovery, co-production and peer support to deliver personalised care and support for people with mental health conditions.
A review of economic evaluations and studies that have been conducted on seven approaches to building community capacity
Having conversations as part of assessments with people who need care and support, rather than following a standard form, can help you commission local services that people want and need.
Making it Real is a framework on how to deliver good personalised care and support across the health, care and housing sectors.
A collection of products aimed at councils and providers to implement ISFs
This briefing document is a summary of the lessons learned to date on the implementation of Individual Service Funds in the West Midlands.
This guidance has been developed to make the case for new approaches to support people should a direct payment not be the preferred option.
Asset-based areas are committed to being asset-focused in everything they do. In particular they aim to ensure all their activities build and maintain family and community connections and people’s confidence, knowledge and resilience.
A group of innovators in social care have produced a summary of six innovations.