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Understanding Personalisation, Self-Directed Support & Personal Budgets Understanding Personalisation, Self-Directed Support & Personal Budgets Presentation Transcript

  • Understanding Personalisation, Self-Directed Support & Personal Budgets Use this button to return to the menu page Use these buttons to go to the next/previous slide To exit the presentation press Esc on your keyboard
    • Consider the changes taking place in Adult Social Care in respect of personalisation
    • To development an understanding of the new system of self directed support
    • To see how personal/individual budgets work in practice for service users
    • For people to be aware of how people can benefit using personal/individual budgets
    • Understanding the different terms used
    • Finding useful information
    Menu: Aims and Objectives of the Session To exit the presentation press Esc on your keyboard
    • Adult Social Care is Changing
    • Personalisation
    Click picture for document In 2007 The Government said how it wanted Adult Social Care to change
    • Changing the whole system
    • Services tailored to the needs of individuals
    • Self-directed support as the main system of social care
    • Personal budgets for everyone eligible for public funding
    Putting People First establishes the key messages for Adult Social Care
  • What is Personalisation? Personalisation is about placing people at the centre of the support they get Personalisation is about people using resources in new ways so support fits into their life rather than their life being shaped by the support available Personalisation focuses far more on what the person finds valuable and meaningful in life
  • What is Personalisation? Click pictures for document and more information
    • Links to CPA and Personalisation
    “ The Care Programme Approach (CPA) is at the centre of this personalisation focus, supporting individuals with severe mental illness to ensure that their needs and choices remain central in what are often complex systems of care” Click pictures for document
    • The Government has also set the vision behind the new National Framework for Mental Health which includes a strong theme of Personalised care
    New Horizons – A Shared Vision for Mental Health (2010) Click pictures for link
  • Self Directed Support have four parts CLICK FOR PUTTING PEOPLE FIRST WEBSITE
  • Working with community facilities and services that we should all use, e.g. transport, leisure, health, education, housing and providing access to good information and advice Self Directed Support have four parts BACK CLICK FOR PUTTING PEOPLE FIRST WEBSITE
  • Support that’s available for people to stay independent for as long as possible, Self Directed Support have four parts PREVENTION & EARLY INTERVENTION WEBSITE BACK
  • Personal/Individual Budgets - People choosing who provides their support and what form that support takes, and controlling when and where those services are provided, rather than being expected to fit in with what’s already on offer. Self Directed Support have four parts BACK MIND Guide to Personal Budgets
  • People as participants in their communities, friendships and family relationships. Individuals with lives and relationships . Self Directed Support have four parts WHAT IS SOCIAL CAPITAL? BACK
    • Steps to getting a personal and individual budgets
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  • Individual/Personal Budgets People and carers still need to be eligible under Fairer Access to Care to get social care support from their local council and so funding for their budget. Click picture for document 1
  • Individual/Personal Budgets The person (or their representative) is informed about a clear upfront allocation of funding (the Resource Allocation System or RAS), enabling them to plan their support arrangements Click picture for further information 2
  • Individual/Personal Budgets The individual or their representative is able to decide what support is required for them and can use the money in ways and at times of their choosing 3 Support Planning Website SDS4me Website
  • Individual/Personal Budgets The support plan makes clear what is to be achieved with the money provided 4 Councils still need to agree the plan will be legal, safe and able to provide all the support needed by the person
  • Individual/Personal Budgets Support exists to enable the individual to arrange their own services which may still be managed for them by the council if required, or provided in other ways such as having a direct payment 5 A guide to Direct Payments
  • Personal budgets Guide MIND Guide to Personal Budgets
  • In 2009, the Government started piloting personal health budgets, as a way of giving patients greater control over the services they receive and the providers from which they receive services Personal Health Budgets are being used for those with long term conditions, those receiving NHS Continuing Healthcare and users of mental health services Personal Health Budgets Personal health Budgets Network Website
  • What the research said about the practice of personal/individual budgets
    • People having a personal budget felt more in control of their daily lives than when using conventional service
    • Satisfaction was highest for people with mental health problems and younger disabled people Source: Individual Budgets Evaluation Network (IBSEN)
    • Carers said they were more able to engage in activities of their choice
    • Carers said this positively affected how they spent their time, and improved the quality of life of the person they cared for
    • Personal Budgets appeared to be cost effective compared to conventional services Source: Individual Budgets Evaluation Network (IBSEN)
    What the research said about the practice of personal/individual budgets
  • Click for Case Studies Click for Social Care TV & Personalisation How do personal budgets work for people
  • IBSEN EVALUATIONS
  • Understanding the different terms used Independent Living/recovery is the goal of personalisation Personalisation is the Governments policy and approach Self Direct Support is the new system of social care Individual Budgets combine different funding sources Personal Budgets is the single funding from the council People can have Managed Services From the council People can have Direct Payments from the council
  • Your Local Authorities Websites
  • Useful web links about Personal/Individual Budgets SCIE
    • Shop4Support
    • www.shop4support.com
    • Direct Payments in Mental Health – A guide to action, CSIP, DH, 2007
    • http://www.dh.gov.uk/en/Publicationsandstatistics/Publications/PublicationsPolicyAndGuidance/DH_4131060
    • A voice and a choice, Self directed support by people with mental health problems, Rita Brewis, In Control, 2007
    • http://www.in-control.org.uk/site/INCO/Templates/Library.aspx?pageid=331&cc=GB
    • Personalisation in mental health – Creating a vision – views of personalisation, from people who use mental health services, MIND, 2009
    • http://www.mind.org.uk/assets/0000/3856/Creating_a_vision.pdf
    • Personalisation and mental health – a review of the evidence, MIND, 2009
    • http://www.mind.org.uk/assets/0000/2164/putting_us_first_personalisation.pdf
    • Personalisation in mental health – Breaking down the barriers - a guide for care coordinators, MIND, 2009
    • http://www.mind.org.uk/assets/0000/2166/putting_us_first_overcoming.pdf
    • Direct payments, independent living and mental health – an evaluation, HASCAS, 2003
    • http://www.hascas.org.uk/pdf_files/HASCAS%20Executive%20Summary.pdf
    Useful web links about Personal/Individual Budgets