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ECDP presentation to Minister for Disabled People, July 2010
 

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A copy of the presentation ECDP is giving as part of a visit of the Minister for Disabled People, Maria Miller MP, to ECDP on 20 July 2010.

A copy of the presentation ECDP is giving as part of a visit of the Minister for Disabled People, Maria Miller MP, to ECDP on 20 July 2010.

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    ECDP presentation to Minister for Disabled People, July 2010 ECDP presentation to Minister for Disabled People, July 2010 Presentation Transcript

      • The role and influence of ECDP as a disabled people’s organisation
      • Visit of Maria Miller MP, Minister for Disabled People
      • 16 July 2010
      • Mike Adams, Chief Executive Officer
      • Rich Watts. Director of Policy and Development
    • ECDP: key facts
      • Established in 1995
      • 47 staff, nearly £1.9m turnover
        • 65%-25%-10% mix
      • 100% Board Members with a self-declared impairment
      • Over 3,800 clients in 3 services across 4 local authority areas
        • IAG, Support Planning, Payroll
      • 1,570 members
        • 21.6% have a learning disability
        • 6.8% have a long-term health condition
        • 5.2% have a mental health condition
      • Nearly 100 volunteers
    • Our Voice–Business Model Voice Business - + + 0 Campaigning Contracts only
    • Voice-business in practice (1)
      • Support planning operating model
        • Quality measures identified and developed by service users
        • Contract specification based on quality measures
        • Peer-led delivery through ECDP
        • Results:
          • 16% of LA support plans = cash payment
          • 100% of ECDP support plans = cash payment
      • Safeguarding
        • 93% of social workers think CRB checks for PAs should be mandatory
        • 2.5% of ECDP service users undertake free CRB checks of PAs
        • Implications for workforce development and regulation
    • Voice-business in practice (2)
      • Right to Control
        • Engagement and consultation phase
        • Bid development in co-production with statutory partners
        • SUs at every level of project governance
          • Chair of Programme Board
          • Service User Reference Group
          • Member of Core Delivery Team
        • Trailblazer delivery
          • Peer-led IAG
          • Peer-led support planning
          • Peer-led reviews
    • Voice-business in practice (3a)
      • 3-year longitudinal study
        • Two overall aims:
          • Understand impact of Personal Budgets on service user experiences
          • Gather evidence on effectiveness of practices and processes that underpin implementation
        • Participants
          • 46 service users (25 OP, 13 PSI, 8 LD)
          • 9 senior LA managers (Practitioners, OTs, Service Managers, Social Workers)
          • 10 service providers
    • Voice-business in practice (3b)
      • Findings from service users (demand-side)
        • Family and social networks vital for support
          • Network => take-up of PB
          • PB => enabler of networks
        • Finding services
          • Quality assurance of providers a key issue
          • Knowledge of market limited
        • Personal skills vital to success
          • Confidence, assertiveness and flexibility
        • Frontline staff crucial to choices available
          • But…
    • Voice-business in practice (3c)
      • Frontline staff
        • Variation in engagement with choice
          • Some evidence of judgments being made prior to offering choice
          • When SW confident, good outcomes follow
      • Suppliers
        • Generally positive, good business opportunity
        • Attitudes strongly informed response
          • PSI thought of as “suitable” for PBs
          • OP / LD thought of as “less suitable” for PBs
        • Double standards over formal/informal workforce
        • Information asymmetry
        • … Slightly more than less providers proactively adapting to PBs
    • Prevention and early intervention
      • Enhance = support and improve
      2008 4-year strategy (2012) 10-year strategy (2012)
    • Our ambitions
      • Achieving prevention and early intervention
        • Lived Experience as a pathway / means of opportunity
        • “ The PB holders of today are the support planners of tomorrow”
      • Expanding demand-side of the market
        • People with rights under disability law
        • Approximately 11m people (1 in 5)
        • All impairment groups
        • Older people
      • Joining up policy dots on the ground
        • Right to Control (Employment, Housing, Social Care)
        • Health and social care (potentially through HealthWatch)
        • Leadership and Service Leavers (through our LeadingAbility programme)