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Putting Self-Directed Support at the Heart of Older People's Care S20
Putting Self-Directed Support at the Heart of Older People's Care S20
Putting Self-Directed Support at the Heart of Older People's Care S20
Putting Self-Directed Support at the Heart of Older People's Care S20
Putting Self-Directed Support at the Heart of Older People's Care S20
Putting Self-Directed Support at the Heart of Older People's Care S20
Putting Self-Directed Support at the Heart of Older People's Care S20
Putting Self-Directed Support at the Heart of Older People's Care S20
Putting Self-Directed Support at the Heart of Older People's Care S20
Putting Self-Directed Support at the Heart of Older People's Care S20
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Putting Self-Directed Support at the Heart of Older People's Care S20

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Workshop to share learning from Scottish Care’s ‘People as Partners’ project around providers’ journeys to re-design their care and support to meet the challenges of greater individual choice and …

Workshop to share learning from Scottish Care’s ‘People as Partners’ project around providers’ journeys to re-design their care and support to meet the challenges of greater individual choice and control through self-directed support. You will hear about what self-directed support means for older people who use care services and explore practical issues including staffing, recruitment, adult safeguarding, user and family involvement, personal outcomes. Contributed by: Scottish Care

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  • 1. People as Partners Project Self-directed Support Workshop . Social Services Expo Edinburgh 18th March 2014 Dr Donald Macaskill Welcome
  • 2. What is People as Partners? What have we have discovered? What issues are still significant . Social Services Expo Edinburgh 18th March 2104
  • 3. 3 year project to build capacity within the independent sector around Self-Directed support and older people. What is it? Social Services Expo Edinburgh 18th March 2104
  • 4. • Communicating, informing and raising provider awareness of the national strategy • Input on national workgroups and teams. • Workshops – series of local Making Sense of SDS workshops (May-July 2014) and national workshop on in October 2014 • Blogging space and Twitter - @SelfDirectedSup • News and Views on regular basis • Resources and information How have we worked? Social Services Expo Edinburgh 18th March 2104
  • 5. Making Sense of SDS A series of guides for providers Guide 1: An introduction to self-directed support Guide 2: The values and principles of self-directed support Guide 3: Outcome assessments and support planning – the provider’s role Guide 4: The Four SDS Choices Guide 5: Risk enablement and adult protection Guide 6:Care homes (residential care) and self- directed support Social Services Expo Edinburgh 18th March 2104
  • 6. Making the SDS Journey A series of practice hints and tips • Human resources and workforce development • Finance • Inspection and regulation • Marketing and communication • Involving people who use services • Personalising your services • Identifying creative options Social Services Expo Edinburgh 18th March 2104
  • 7. Key issues for providers: • Human resources and workforce – new models of staffing, recruitment and selection, matching, challenge of unregulated workforce, learning and development. • Outcomes and support planning – embedding new assessment and support models. • Finance – costing services, systems and contracts. • The Four Options – Option 2 challenges. Social Services Expo Edinburgh 18th March 2104
  • 8. Key issues for providers: • Marketing and communication – delivering local support. • Information – is it independent? • Risk enablement models – balancing safeguarding and rights • Inspection and registration –personalised rather than service inspection models; registration that enables creativity. • Involving people who use services. • Residential (care home) issues – new models. Option 1. Social Services Expo Edinburgh 18th March 2104
  • 9. Option one|: A direct payment Option two: The person getting the support directing the support and having a budget but not the money Option three: The local authority organising the services that the person wants Option four: A combination of the other options – ‘mix and match’. The four options: Social Services Expo Edinburgh 18th March 2104
  • 10. In your group select one of the issues you have heard about and share 1. What is happening locally 2. Any questions or issues you have 3. How can the project help address this issue? Social Services Expo Edinburgh 18th March 2104
  • 11. People as Partners Project http://www.scottishcare.org/people- as-partners/ Dr Donald Macaskill donald.macaskill@scottishcare.org Tel: 07545 847382 Social Services Expo Edinburgh 18th March 2104

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