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This is an old presentation I put together for a job interview in 2011, for a specialist Housing Association in the North of England. I think they liked the presentation, but I didn't get the job. …

This is an old presentation I put together for a job interview in 2011, for a specialist Housing Association in the North of England. I think they liked the presentation, but I didn't get the job.

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  • Putting people first ticks many boxes in the sense that it attempts to recognise that disabled people need to be fully integrated into the communities they live in. That they are not mere dependents but in most cases they provide as with other minority groups a significant pool of social capital. This aim cannot be realised without infrastructures being created to enable disabled people;-
    -To facilitate independence. To act as a forum for the exchange of views and development of policy.
    To act as a friendly critic of governmental practice as the local regional and national level.
    - To be advocates which includes self-advocacy for people with disabilities, on an individual and collective basis. Self advocacy is about dignity, arguing your own case is as important as managing your own resources.
    -Which links into the issue of resources. A confident community of interest represents a community of experts who know what they need and how those resources would enable them to seamlessly integrate into society.
    -Images positive vrs negative
    The Equality Act 2010
  • Safeguarding Vulnerable Groups Act 2006- its significance
    he Safeguarding Vulnerable Groups Act 2006 was passed as a result of the Bichard Inquiry arising from the Soham murders in 2002, when the schoolgirls Jessica Chapman and Holly Wells were murdered by Ian Huntley (a school caretaker).
    The Inquiry questioned the way employers recruit people to work with vulnerable groups, and particularly the way background checks are carried out. Recommendation 19 of the Inquiry Report highlighted the need for a single agency to vet all individuals who want to work or volunteer with children or vulnerable adults and to bar unsuitable people from doing so.
    The Act was created in response to recommendation 19 and the ISA was set up to fulfil this role across England, Wales and Northern Ireland. (Scotland will set up its own similar authority linked to the ISA.
  • Mention the Social Model of Disability
  • Means Testing- ability to pay.
    One payment is a big issue. Most expensive service takes money.
    Councils retain responsibility for care, but where?
    Service users employ service providers.
    Monitoring and compliance.
    Council’s do monitoring- cf Haringey issues star system.
    Standards, guidelines etc.
    Health care
    Psychiatric services
    Domiciliary Home care
    Telecare
    OT adaptations.
    Warden service
    Social Services
    Respite
    Health and Safety Risk assessments.- safeguarding vulnerable adults SOVA.
    Mental Health Act 2007
    Support and training.
    Means Testing- ability to pay.
    One payment is a big issue. Most expensive service takes money.
    Councils retain responsibility for care, but where?
    Service users employ service providers.
    Monitoring and compliance.
    Council’s do monitoring- cf Haringey issues star system.
    Standards, guidelines etc.
    Health care
    Psychiatric services
    Domiciliary Home care
    Telecare
    OT adaptations.
    Warden service
    Social Services
    Respite
    Health and Safety Risk assessments.- safeguarding vulnerable adults SOVA.
    Mental Health Act 2007
    Support and training.
    Means Testing- ability to pay.
    One payment is a big issue. Most expensive service takes money.
    Councils retain responsibility for care, but where?
    Service users employ service providers.
    Monitoring and compliance.
    Council’s do monitoring- cf Haringey issues star system.
    Standards, guidelines etc.
    Health care
    Psychiatric services
    Domiciliary Home care
    Telecare
    OT adaptations.
    Warden service
    Social Services
    Respite
    Health and Safety Risk assessments.- safeguarding vulnerable adults SOVA.
    Mental Health Act 2007
    Support and training.
    One payment is a big issue. Most expensive service takes money.
    Councils retain responsibility for care, but where?
    Service users employ service providers.
    Monitoring and compliance.
    Council’s do monitoring- cf Haringey issues star system.
    Standards, guidelines etc.
    Health care
    Psychiatric services
    Domiciliary Home care
    Telecare
    OT adaptations.
    Warden service
    Social Services
    Respite
    Health and Safety Risk assessments.- safeguarding vulnerable adults SOVA.
    Mental Health Act 2007
    Support and training.
    One payment is a big issue. Most expensive service takes money.
    Councils retain responsibility for care, but where?
    Service users employ service providers.
    Monitoring and compliance.
    Council’s do monitoring- cf Haringey issues star system.
    Standards, guidelines etc.
    Health care
    Psychiatric services
    Domiciliary Home care
    Telecare
    OT adaptations.
    Warden service
    Social Services
    Respite
    Health and Safety Risk assessments.- safeguarding vulnerable adults SOVA.
    Mental Health Act 2007
    Support and training.
    One payment is a big issue. Most expensive service takes money.
    Councils retain responsibility for care, but where?
    Service users employ service providers.
    Monitoring and compliance.
    Council’s do monitoring- cf Haringey issues star system.
    Standards, guidelines etc.
    Health care
    Psychiatric services
    Domiciliary Home care
    Telecare
    OT adaptations.
    Warden service
    Social Services
    Respite
    Health and Safety Risk assessments.- safeguarding vulnerable adults SOVA.
    Mental Health Act 2007
    Support and training.
    One payment is a big issue. Most expensive service takes money.
    Councils retain responsibility for care, but where?
    Service users employ service providers.
    Monitoring and compliance.
    Council’s do monitoring- cf Haringey issues star system.
    Standards, guidelines etc.
    Health care
    Psychiatric services
    Domiciliary Home care
    Telecare
    OT adaptations.
    Warden service
    Social Services
    Respite
    Health and Safety Risk assessments.- safeguarding vulnerable adults SOVA.
    Mental Health Act 2007
    Support and training.
  • Mention the mental health Act

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  • 1. The Personalisation AgendaThe Personalisation Agenda What Can LCIL Do?What Can LCIL Do?
  • 2. What does it mean?What does it mean? Personalisation means thatPersonalisation means that you can:-you can:- • Get your own money.Get your own money. • Decide how it is spent.Decide how it is spent. • Decide what you need.Decide what you need. • Decide who helps you.Decide who helps you. • YOU decide what is bestYOU decide what is best for YOU.for YOU.
  • 3. Key Issues:Key Issues: • IndependenceIndependence • AccountabilityAccountability • Human DignityHuman Dignity • ResourcesResources • Social CohesionSocial Cohesion • ImagesImages • DiscriminationDiscrimination • ImageImage • AttitudesAttitudes
  • 4. Lancashire Centre for IndependentLancashire Centre for Independent LivingLiving • AdvocacyAdvocacy • Service ProvisionService Provision • SafegaurdingSafegaurding • EnablingEnabling • RepresentationRepresentation • AccountabilityAccountability • PromotionPromotion - PublicityPublicity - merchandisingmerchandising
  • 5. Why the Change?Why the Change? • In the past people withIn the past people with disabilities had no choice overdisabilities had no choice over services and how they gotservices and how they got help.help. • Social workers, doctors, healthSocial workers, doctors, health authorities decided howauthorities decided how disabled people should bedisabled people should be cared for and how.cared for and how. • Buildings were not adapted forBuildings were not adapted for their needs, and propertheir needs, and proper facilities were few and farfacilities were few and far between.between. • But attitudes over the yearsBut attitudes over the years have changed.have changed. • But attitudes over theBut attitudes over the years have changed.years have changed.
  • 6. The Disability Discrimination ActThe Disability Discrimination Act 1995 and 20051995 and 2005 • The Disability Discrimination Act meansThe Disability Discrimination Act means for disabled people not to be treatedfor disabled people not to be treated unfairly:unfairly: • When going to  shops, cafes, banks,When going to  shops, cafes, banks, cinemas and places of worship and gyms.cinemas and places of worship and gyms. • It empowers people and gives them rightsIt empowers people and gives them rights to complain and hold authorities toto complain and hold authorities to account.account. • Services are a right and not a privilege.Services are a right and not a privilege.
  • 7. Putting People First 2007Putting People First 2007 • Is a policy document byIs a policy document by the sponsored by thethe sponsored by the NHS.NHS. • Discusses the need forDiscusses the need for involvement of serviceinvolvement of service users in managing theirusers in managing their own care.own care. • Including theIncluding the management of amanagement of a personalised budget.personalised budget.
  • 8. Recommendations and ChangesRecommendations and Changes for People with Disabilitiesfor People with Disabilities • How to work out how people work out their own needs.How to work out how people work out their own needs. • Self control of moneySelf control of money • TravelTravel • Help with shopping/laundry/gardening and travelHelp with shopping/laundry/gardening and travel • Funding restrictions.Funding restrictions. • Client involvementClient involvement • Safe guarding vulnerable people against financial and physicalSafe guarding vulnerable people against financial and physical abuse.abuse. • Social contact/day centres etcSocial contact/day centres etc • Involvement of nok/family/carersInvolvement of nok/family/carers • Creation of Personalisation OfficersCreation of Personalisation Officers • Means Testing- ability to pay.Means Testing- ability to pay.
  • 9. Other MeasuresOther Measures • One payment is a bigOne payment is a big issue. Most expensiveissue. Most expensive service takes money.service takes money. • Councils retainCouncils retain responsibility for care, butresponsibility for care, but where?where? • Service users employService users employ service providers.service providers. • Monitoring andMonitoring and compliance.compliance. • Psychiatric servicesPsychiatric services • Domiciliary Home careDomiciliary Home care • TelecareTelecare • OT adaptations.OT adaptations. • Warden serviceWarden service • Social ServicesSocial Services • RespiteRespite • Health and Safety RiskHealth and Safety Risk assessments.-assessments.- safeguarding vulnerablesafeguarding vulnerable adults SOVA.adults SOVA. • Mental Health Act 2007Mental Health Act 2007 • Support and training.Support and training.
  • 10. Other MeasuresOther Measures • One payment is a bigOne payment is a big issue. Most expensiveissue. Most expensive service takes money.service takes money. • Councils retainCouncils retain responsibility for care, butresponsibility for care, but where?where? • Service users employService users employ service providers.service providers. • Monitoring andMonitoring and compliance.compliance. • Psychiatric servicesPsychiatric services • Domiciliary Home careDomiciliary Home care • TelecareTelecare • OT adaptations.OT adaptations. • Warden serviceWarden service • Social ServicesSocial Services • RespiteRespite • Health and Safety RiskHealth and Safety Risk assessments.-assessments.- safeguarding vulnerablesafeguarding vulnerable adults SOVA.adults SOVA. • Mental Health Act 2007Mental Health Act 2007 • Support and training.Support and training.