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Social Care Policy Slides For Eo E Leadership Programme Social Care Policy Slides For Eo E Leadership Programme Presentation Transcript

  • East of England Leadership Development WorkshopThe Transformation Agenda in Social CareSteven PrunerNational Improvement LeadNHS Improvement - Stroke
  • The Political Vision“Social care is not solely the responsibility ofthe state.”- Rt Hon Andrew Lansley MP and Paul Burstow MP
  • Big Society• Increased citizen responsibility• Families, individuals, charities & communities come together to solve problems• Social entrepreneurs running social programmes• Greater voluntary involvement
  • Putting People First • Protocol agreed in 2007 to transform adult social care • Timescale for change by end of March 2011 • Personalised care system • Users of social care and their families to shape and commission their own care
  • Putting People First• Personal budgets for everyone eligible for state-funded social support• Greater emphasis on self-assessment• Telecare seen as integral• JSNA to inform local approach to public health, intermediate care, carer support, hospital discharge, long term conditions, social care
  • Think Local, Act Personal • Next steps for transforming adult social care • Agreed commitment published November 2010 • Push ahead with personalisation & community-based support • Increase range of providers (non- statutory)
  • Think Local, Act Personal• Increase choice & control for users• Increase informal support capacity by removal of unnecessary rules and practices• Accelerate roll out of personal budgets• Integrate health & social care commissioning around agreed outcomes
  • A Vision for ASC • Coalition Programme committed the government to reforming social care • Vision published November 2010 • Prevention: early intervention, reablement, Big Society approach • Personalisation: personal budgets, pooling budgets; information, advice & support
  • A Vision for ASC• Partnership: social care, NHS, private & voluntary sectors, informal carers• Protection: sensible safeguards; risk no longer an excuse to limit people’s choices• Professionalism: local accountability to drive improvements; workforce to be employed in different types of organisations with increased freedom to make decisions
  • Transparency in Outcomes • Outcomes Framework 2011/12 with focus on outcomes in 4 domains: 1. Enhancing quality of life 2. Delaying & reducing need for care 3. Ensuring positive experience of care 4. Safeguarding from avoidable harm
  • Law Commission• Report published May 2011• Recommendation for single adult social care law and code of practice• Legal rights to care and support services clearly defined• Local councils to have clear and concise rules to govern when they must provide services
  • Dilnot Commission• Review of the funding of social care• Report and recommendations expected in July 2011• Andrew Dilnot, chair, has already ruled out free social care as unaffordable in England
  • What does it all mean?• Means-testing and eligibility criteria remain in place• Personal budgets to arrange & manage own care package (self-directed support)• Greater reliance on family, friends and voluntary sector• Greater incentives for health and social care to work together