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Talk given for Self-Direct in York on the implementation of personalisation and some of the thoughts looking back on its partial success and many current difficulties.

Talk given for Self-Direct in York on the implementation of personalisation and some of the thoughts looking back on its partial success and many current difficulties.

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Personalisation - some personal reflections Personalisation - some personal reflections Presentation Transcript

  • Self-Directed Support some personal reflections Dr Simon Duffy ■ The Centre for Welfare Reform ■ Self-Direct Conference ■ 18th April 2012
  • Some personal reflections/apologies• Self-Directed Support• Support planning and social work• Individual budgets, the RAS and flexibility• Community and peer support• Politics and the law• Welfare reform
  • From push to pull
  • UrgentService label N N Real need N problemVictim of Better self-domestic 55 Debt 50 64 esteemviolence To overcomeMentally Ill 39 Housing 48 54 past trauma To manageCriminal 35 Benefits 46 51 current trauma To stop beingPoor Mother 33 Health 37 50 bulliedMisuses 24 Rent 32 Guidance 50Alcohol Criminal Justice RelationshipUses Drugs 22 24 45 Advocate skillsViolent 19 Dentistry 8 Mothering skills 26Chronic Health 16 Others 3 Others 1Condition
  • 137 differentways...to give people notvery much...•linked or not•means-tested or not•tax credits or benefits•disability related or not•employment- seeking or not
  • £0.25 million - for free...
  • • 58% of all cuts target disabled people and people in poverty• 36% of all cuts target disabled people• 24% of all cuts target the 1.9% of the population who need social care - those with the most severe impairments
  • • Unfair - target those who are most disadvantaged• Unfair - make an unequal society even more unequal• Unfair - target the groups that didn’t benefit from the economic bubble
  • 1.Human rights - not services2.Clear entitlements - not confusion3.Early support - not crisis4.Equal access - not institutional care5.Choice and control - not dependence6.Fair incomes - not insecurity7.Fair taxes - not targeted8.Financial reform - sustainable
  • For more information go towww.centreforwelfarereform.org These slides are © Simon Duffy 2012 ■ Publisher is The Centre for Welfare Reform ■ Slides can be distributed subject to conditions set out at www.centreforwelfarereform.org ■