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Think Local Act Personal         The National Sector Partnership for     Personalised, Community-Based Social CareClenton ...
The Partnership• National and umbrellaorganisations committed topersonalised communitybased social care• Owned by thesecto...
Our approach• Starting from the outcomes and experiencesimportant to people• Reviewing progress, identifying obstacles and...
Our priorities are1.   Co-producing solutions with people and families2.   Personalisation and personal budgets working fo...
Some key links• Towards excellence in adult social care: council peer  review and support, local accounts, narrative of  p...
We share learning
Forthcoming work• Market facilitation and procurement scenarios to  help stakeholders in local social and health care  com...
Making it Real film
What is Making it Real?A set of 26 “I”statements developedby people who useservices, carers andcitizens supportingorganisa...
What is it not?• Performance management –  TLAP is part of a voluntary  movement for change• ADASS, Local Government  Grou...
Co-production is at our heart        National Co-production Advisory Group                              Building          ...
Co-producing Making it RealModelling the change wewant to see• Chairing partnership and   sub groupsEnsuring Making it Rea...
Testing and roll out 18 Making it Real test sites – across a range of sectors: e.g. - Alzheimers Society - Birmingham City...
How to become a Makingit Real organisation? Your commitments • Get Ready to make a   declaration • Use the 26 “I” statemen...
Support from the TLAP PartnershipAlignmentDiscussions about how existing frameworks can supportdelivery of Making it Real•...
Regional and local – self organisedsupport   • Yorkshire and     Humber   • North West   • Surrey   • London   • Leeds   •...
Questions for discussion1. How could Making it Real be helpful for your   organisation?2. What else do you need to support...
Modelling the change we want to see. Think Local, Act Personal – Making it Real: a citizen-led approach to marking progres...
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Modelling the change we want to see. Think Local, Act Personal – Making it Real: a citizen-led approach to marking progress towards personalisation and community-based support.

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Clenton Farquharson
Co-chair of Making it Real subgroup of the National Co-production Advisory Group
Think Local, Act Personal

Shahana Ramsden
Making it Real Project Manager and Senior Co-production and Equalities Lead
Think Local, Act Personal

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  • Shahana will do a short presentation on the position on MIR – where we are with the testing, plans for dissemination. This will lead into a short plenary discussion on what this might mean for our programme, as a lead into the more detailed discussions this afternoon
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    1. 1. Think Local Act Personal The National Sector Partnership for Personalised, Community-Based Social CareClenton Farquharson Co-chair of Making it Real subgroup, National Co-production Advisory GroupShahana Ramsden Making it Real Project Manager and Senior Co-production and Equalities Lead
    2. 2. The Partnership• National and umbrellaorganisations committed topersonalised communitybased social care• Owned by thesector, people who usesocial care and carers• We invite others to join uskeeping personalisation realin tough times
    3. 3. Our approach• Starting from the outcomes and experiencesimportant to people• Reviewing progress, identifying obstacles and workingwith others to resolve these• Sharing innovative solutions widely• Working with government and other key bodies tohelp make personalisation real
    4. 4. Our priorities are1. Co-producing solutions with people and families2. Personalisation and personal budgets working for all3. Helping the market, providers and the workforce deliver personalisation4. Information to help people take control5. Communities supporting each other6. Sustainable social care
    5. 5. Some key links• Towards excellence in adult social care: council peer review and support, local accounts, narrative of progress, joint projects• ADASS personalisation policy network: focus on Making it Real regional connections• Government and linked bodies: White paper development and delivery, performance framework etc.• Improvement organisations : SCIE, SfC etc.• Linked initiatives: children, health, Dementia Action Alliance etc, My Home Life
    6. 6. We share learning
    7. 7. Forthcoming work• Market facilitation and procurement scenarios to help stakeholders in local social and health care communities rehearse key market issues outside the pressures of their own reality• Protocol for market relations to describe key behaviours that we would like to see adopted by all key parties involved in the market .• Material on the various quality assurance initiatives in use by both commissioners and providers alongside a statement of principles and responsibilities
    8. 8. Making it Real film
    9. 9. What is Making it Real?A set of 26 “I”statements developedby people who useservices, carers andcitizens supportingorganisations to movetowards morepersonalised andcommunity basedsupport
    10. 10. What is it not?• Performance management – TLAP is part of a voluntary movement for change• ADASS, Local Government Group, Department of Making it Real is a Health, major provider bodies journey, not just a and the Care Quality destination Commission support Making it Real• We believe councils and organisations providing social care support will want to use Making it Real with local communities to show progress
    11. 11. Co-production is at our heart National Co-production Advisory Group Building Communi- Market Self DirectedMaking it Real Community cations Development Support Capacity Think Local Act Personal Partnership
    12. 12. Co-producing Making it RealModelling the change wewant to see• Chairing partnership and sub groupsEnsuring Making it Real isaccessible to all• Clarity of purpose / contentTesting the process• Making sure it works in practice
    13. 13. Testing and roll out 18 Making it Real test sites – across a range of sectors: e.g. - Alzheimers Society - Birmingham City Council - Action on Hearing Loss - Registered Nursing Home Association - Stockport Council
    14. 14. How to become a Makingit Real organisation? Your commitments • Get Ready to make a declaration • Use the 26 “I” statements to co-produce three priorities • Board Level Declaration • Develop and upload action plan • Review after 6 months Remember – public / visible commitment
    15. 15. Support from the TLAP PartnershipAlignmentDiscussions about how existing frameworks can supportdelivery of Making it Real• Dementia Action Alliance• My Home Life : The Big Care Home Conversation• Progress for ProvidersEvents and support materials (being developed)• What Making it Real means for Carers• What Making it Real means for Older people• Top ten tips for co-production• Personal Assistants framework• Making it Real sites networking
    16. 16. Regional and local – self organisedsupport • Yorkshire and Humber • North West • Surrey • London • Leeds • Birmingham
    17. 17. Questions for discussion1. How could Making it Real be helpful for your organisation?2. What else do you need to support implementation of Making it Real?3. Are there any offers of support you can make to share learning?
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