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(185) personalisation and localism (barnsley, september 2011) Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Personalisation& LocalismGetting behind thejargonDr Simon DuffyTalks for Flexible SupportOptions in Barnsley, 2011
  • 2. The Centre for Welfare• Independent research & development network• Founded upon belief in human equality and diversity• A community of 60 Fellows• People who created person centred planning, individual budgets, self-directed support, support planning etc...• 200+ publications at www.centreforwelfarereform.orgworking to democratise the welfare
  • 3. 4 Thoughts• Personalisation is really about citizenship.• Localism is really about citizenship.• Central government policy is confused and self-contradictory• But there is scope for positive change in local communities
  • 4. The welfare state is good
  • 5. The welfare state is good it’s just designed wrong
  • 6. The welfare state is good it’s just designed wrong
  • 7. Photos from “Christmas in Purgatory”
  • 8. Institutionsdon’t justcome withwalls...They start inthe mind...And can behidden insystems ofpower,education,
  • 9. Great language...‘inclusion’‘normalisation’‘individualised’ ...shame about reality
  • 10. Government spends our money inadvance - we must extract what valuewe can from their decisions...Bad valueseems to bebuilt into thesystem
  • 11. But people trapped in
  • 12. Poverty comes in many
  • 13. 1. being in control2. with direction3. enough money4. your own home5. enough help, and6. being active in communityemployment is a critical thread
  • 14. 1. A positive focus on the person - their real wealth2. An equal and productive relationship with the professional - coproduction3. A commitment to positive outcomes and citizenship
  • 15. the
old
care
management
system
  • 16. it’s
really
hard
to
  • 17. it’s
really
hard
to• empower people - without entitlements
  • 18. it’s
really
hard
to• empower people - without entitlements• strengthen capacity - focusing only on needs
  • 19. it’s
really
hard
to• empower people - without entitlements• strengthen capacity - focusing only on needs• connect to community - inside segregated services
  • 20. it’s
really
hard
to• empower people - without entitlements• strengthen capacity - focusing only on needs• connect to community - inside segregated services• build safe networks - without family, friends and love
  • 21. replace
care
management
  • 22. replace
care
managementwith
self‐directed
support
  • 23. this
means
we
can
  • 24. this
means
we
can1. empower people - tell people their budget
  • 25. this
means
we
can1. empower people - tell people their budget2. strengthen capacity - focus on personal outcomes
  • 26. this
means
we
can1. empower people - tell people their budget2. strengthen capacity - focus on personal outcomes3. access community - use funding flexibly
  • 27. this
means
we
can1. empower people - tell people their budget2. strengthen capacity - focus on personal outcomes3. access community - use funding flexibly4. build safer networks - work with family & friends
  • 28. Localism anyone?
  • 29. www.campaignforafairsociety.org
  • 30. New
Script
for
Social
Work
  • 31. Community Brokerage
  • 32. WomenCentre a creative andpositive community
  • 33. Personalised Transition control: health,education & support
  • 34. Jonathan’s health needs are complex.In the 3 years beforeleaving school Jonathan spent 150 days in hospital - respondingto problems with breathing. In the 3 years since leaving hospitalhe has spent only 2 nights in hospital - for elective dentaltreatments.Jonathan’s family have overseen the development of apersonalised package of support for Jonathan with flexibility,employment and learning - but not learning in college - butlearning on the job. Over the last 3 years, Jonathan has acquiredtwo City & Guilds Qualifications and is now learning newindependent living skills. Over the last 3 years, the individualbudget system has enabled Jonathan and his family to makesignificant efficiencies in the costs of his care and support andsave the NHS:•Over £100,000 in hospital stays•Over £300,000 in residential care costs
  • 35. A couple of weeks ago in Sheffield, I met a wonderful womancalled Katrina. Shes got three disabled sons. e oldest isJonathan, a charming, warm hearted young man of 19. He cantwalk or talk clearly, or feed himself alone. Hes had a breathingtube in his neck since he was a toddler. Under a scheme the newLiberal Democrat council in Sheffield is extending, Jonathansjust got his own individual budget and care plan.Now hes doing work with a local charity, attending a musicgroup, has his own personal assistant - a child whose potentialseemed so limited. Finally as a young man, engaged in life in away he and his mother never thought possible. Katrina told mewith the biggest smile Ive ever seen, she said: Weve gone fromhaving nothing to having everything. I wish every childs needswould be taken this seriously. (Nick Clegg, 17 September 2008).
  • 36. Personalised Supportflexible & creative support
  • 37. The Centre for Welfare ReformThe Quadrant, 99 Parkway Avenue,Parkway Business ParkSheffield, S9 4WGT +44 114 251 1790 | M +447729 7729 41admin@centreforwelfarereform.orgGet a free subscription at:© Simon Duffy. Rights Reserved. Full copyright details at www.centreforwelfarereform.org