SDS quiz S14

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C-Change Scotland share their experience of applying creative person-centred planning approaches. Carr Gomm’s ‘Community Contacts’ works in partnership across a spectrum of social care organisations. It aims to raise awareness of SDS in Argyll and Bute and support people to make informed choices. Volunteers form part of the new team and ‘walk alongside’ prospective users of SDS, helping to make the right choices at the right time. Contributed by: CCPS

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  • Aim:We want to find out whether we all have a shared understanding of the definitions of self directed support, personalisation and direct payments…Audience has A4 cards with different colours A B and C
  • Kate Whittaker (2010) Centre for Welfare Reform Personalisation in a time of Cuts
  • Answer: PersonalisationThis is from the Prime Minister’s Strategy Unit, Building on progress: Public services 2007.
  • SDS quiz S14

    1. 1. SDS Quiz Providers and Personalisation
    2. 2. What’s this? • The slides that follow have some questions on them. • You have 3 cards (A,B and C). • Raise your card to vote!
    3. 3. What are the origins of Self- directed Support? a) Local authorities were the first to think of SDS b) Disabled people who were part of the Independent Living Movement c) Tescos invented the idea as part of their clubcard scheme
    4. 4. How long is the SDS Strategy? a) A 3 year strategy with time for implementation b) As long as a piece of string c) It is a 10 year strategy - recognition that change takes time
    5. 5. The principles of the SDS Act are… a) Information, co-operation and control b) Involvement, informed choice and collaboration. c) Indecision, confusion and chaos
    6. 6. “XXXXX are cash payments given to service users in lieu of community care services they have been assessed as needing, and are intended to give users greater choice in their care. The payment must be sufficient to enable the service user to purchase services to meet their needs.” • A) Personalisation • B) Direct Payments • C) Self- Directed Support
    7. 7. “The fundamental principles of XXXXXX are choice and control” Is it… • A) Personalisation • B) Direct Payments • C) Self- Directed Support
    8. 8. “The way in which services are tailored to meet the needs and preferences of citizens.” • A) Personalisation • B) Direct Payments • C) Self- Directed Support
    9. 9. Direct Payments can be used to pay for…. Is it… • A) Sky TV and trip to Blackpool • B) Drink, drugs and rock and roll • C) Support to meet the person’s individual outcomes.
    10. 10. Option 2 allows a person to… a) Hand over full control and choice to the local authority. b) Use their individual budget to relocate to Spain. c) Have control of which provider delivers their support (and ask for the budget to be held by a third party.)
    11. 11. … Take a prize and pass along!

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