Gills Presentation from the Rising To The Challenge Event

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Gills Presentation from the Rising To The Challenge Event

  1. 1. Gill Coupland Social Business Brokers CIC
  2. 2. • Putting People First (2007) “The time has now come to build on best practice and replace paternalistic, reactive care of variable quality with a mainstream system focussed on prevention, early intervention, enablement, and high quality personally tailored services.” Gill Coupland Social Business Brokers CIC
  3. 3. Gill Coupland Social Business Brokers CIC
  4. 4. What does it all mean in practice?• The whole point is that people have more choice and controlYOU’RE the best person to decide what’s right for you. Apersonal budget gives you more choice and control overthe kind of social care support you use – and how it isdelivered. Gill Coupland Social Business Brokers CIC
  5. 5. OK, so how does a person get a personal budget?• Referral to adult social care for an assessment T : 01274 431704• FACS eligibility• Self directed assessment Gill Coupland Social Business Brokers CIC
  6. 6. The RAS - points mean prizes!• Care Outcomes identified• Resource Allocation System• Person notified of their indicative budget Gill Coupland Social Business Brokers CIC
  7. 7. What next?• Support planning What do you want to change or achieve in your life, andhow will you do this? How will you arrange and manage your social care support? How do you want to manage your budget? Contingency planning – what if something goes wrong? How will you manage any risks? Gill Coupland Social Business Brokers CIC
  8. 8. How is this different?• Creative planning• Brokerage support• Managing the money• Enabling a person to take risks Gill Coupland Social Business Brokers CIC
  9. 9. What if there’s not enough money?• Indicative budget• Revisited when support plan complete Gill Coupland Social Business Brokers CIC
  10. 10. Options for managing the money• “Personal budgets are designed to be flexible and fit people’s individual circumstances”• Direct payment to an individual• Direct payment to a suitable person• Direct payment to a trust• ISF – Individual Service Fund• Local authority• Mix ‘n’ Match Gill Coupland Social Business Brokers CIC
  11. 11. Could you blow it all on a world cruise?!• Review process• Meet agreed outcomes• Unforeseen costs Gill Coupland Social Business Brokers CIC
  12. 12. Where does my idea fit in?• Opportunities in personalisation• Personal assistants• Support planning and brokerage• Paid for services and being more enterprising Gill Coupland Social Business Brokers CIC
  13. 13. Where do I go for more info?• Bradford Voluntary and Community Sector Personalisation Project www.bradfordvcspp.org.uk and www.bradfordassembly.org.uk• Bradford Metropolitan District Council www.bradford.gov.uk• Bradford KickStart www.bradfordkickstart.com• bfunded www.bfunded.org.uk• Business Link Yorkshire www.businesslinkyorkshire.co.uk• Bradford Assembly www.bradfordassembly.org.uk• Social Business Brokers www.socialbusinessbrokers.co.uk Gill Coupland Social Business Brokers CIC

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