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Michelle Crozier delivered the presentation at the 2014 Younger People with very High & Complex Care Needs Conference. ...

Michelle Crozier delivered the presentation at the 2014 Younger People with very High & Complex Care Needs Conference.

The 4th Annual Younger People with very High & Complex Care Needs Conference focused on topics such as report on Summer Foundation’s preliminary findings from NDIS Launch sites in Barwon & the Hunter Valley, identify policy & practice opportunities & barriers for YPINH that arise from the NDIS.

For more information about the event, please visit: http://www.informa.com.au/youngerpeopleconference14

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Michelle Crozier - Griffith University - Is there a Place for Block Grants & Share Housing within Individualised Funding Schemes? Michelle Crozier - Griffith University - Is there a Place for Block Grants & Share Housing within Individualised Funding Schemes? Presentation Transcript

  • Michelle  Crozier  (PhD  Scholar)   Associate  Professor  Heidi  Muenchberger   Griffith  Health  Ins/tute,  Griffith  University  
  • Industry  Partnership  
  • • Service  se7ng   • Block  funding     • Individualised  funding     • Self-­‐  direc/on  and  self-­‐management   Context  
  • Block  Funding  v  Share  Resources   Dilemma   •  Newer  paradigms:    less  to  do  with  money  and   more  to  do  with  prac2ce?     •  Individualisa/on  paradigm:  what,  how  and  why.     •  The  elephant  in  the  room     •  Support  viability     •  Innova/on  and  overhaul  of  block  funding   arrangements  needed   •  The  exis/ng  “block  granters”  
  • Individualised  Support   •  Partnership  -­‐  Not  for  Profit  (NFP)  and  University         •  Purpose  built  housing     •  Research:  built  design  and  model  of  care     •  Model  of  care  elements:     – Building  design  and  the  physical  environment,     – consumers  as  experts  and       – a  con2nuum  approach  to  care  and  support    
  • Individualised  Support   •  There  are  three  pillars  to  an  individualized   approach.     – Personalisa/on     – Holis/c  coordina/on   – Systems  response   •  Prac/ce  transla/on  challenges    
  • Future  OpportuniGes   •  A  base  level  coordina/on  role     •  A  partnership  coordina/on  approach   •  Early  involvement  of  tenants   •  Coordina/on  workforce  model   •  Individualised  funding  packages     •  Tenancy  agreements   •  Whole  of  site  conceptualisa/on     •  Research  evalua/on    
  • •  Coherent  with  the  current  policy  direc/on     •  Combines  key  research  and  prac/ce  ini/a/ves     •  Prac/cal  considera/ons  of  the  future  of  block   grants   Conclusions  
  • •  Crozier,  M.,  Muenchberger,  H.,  Colley,  J.,  &  Ehrlich,  C.  (2013).  'The  disability  self-­‐direc/on   movement:  Considering  the  benefits  and  challenges  for  an  Australian  response'.  Australian  Journal   of  Social  Issues,  48  (4),  455-­‐471   •  Crozier,  M.,  &  Muenchberger,  H.  (2013).  ‘It’s  your  problem,  not  mine’:  does  competence  have   anything  to  do  with  desire  and  aspira/on  to  self-­‐direct?  Australian  Health  Review,  37(5),  621-­‐623.   •  Dorsee,  P.  Chenoweth,  L.  Crozier,  M.  &  Reese,  K.  (2014)  Users  experiences  of  self-­‐direc/on:   responding  to  the  missing  evidence  for  the  new  important  policy  paradigm  within  a  na/onal   disability  insurance  scheme.     •  Department  of  Health  and  Ageing.  (2012).  Evalua2on  of  the  consumer-­‐directed  care  ini2a2ve  -­‐   Appendices.  KPMG.   •  Government  of  Western  Australia.  Model  of  Care  Overview  and  guidelines:  Ensuring  people  get  the   right  care,  at  the  right  2me,  by  the  right  team  and  in  the  right  place.  WA  Health  Networks  Retrieved   from  hep://www.healthnetworks.health.wa.gov.au/publica/ons/docs/ 070626_WA_Health_Model_of_Care-­‐overview_and_guidelines.pdf.   •  New  South  Wales  Government.  (2011).  Living  Life  My  Way:  puLng  people  with  a  disability  at  the   centre  of  decision  making.   •  Queensland  Government.  (2012).  Your  Life  Your  Choice:  self-­‐directed  support  framework.    Brisbane.   •  Victorian  Government.  Self-­‐directed  planning  informa2on  sheet.    Melbourne:    Retrieved  from   hep://www.dhs.vic.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/ 0008/596573/1_cis_self_directed_planning_info_sheet_pdf_290609.pdf.   References