SDS and Integration :
Opportunity for Culture Change
Social Work
Expo 18.3.14
Outcomes:
What’s important to me,
not what’s important to
the service
Communities:
I’m actively contributing
to my communi...
Shared Principles across
SDS and Integration
SDS Integration
Choice
Control
Participation
Personal
outcomes
Working
togeth...
What this means in practice
Service Led Outcomes
focused
Process Driven Open Conversations
Matching Needs to
Services
Iden...
Whole systems approach to
culture change
Contributing to culture change
• What are you doing already that is contributing to
the vision?
• What is getting in the w...
Working Together: SDS
7
Reference
Group
Risk
Statutory
Training
Outcomes
Leadership
Culture
Change &
Community
Personal
As...
Working Together: Integration
What action will you take?
Integration and SDS Team
• Ali Upton , alison.upton@sssc.uk.com
• Caroline Sturgeon, caroline.sturgeon@sssc.uk.com
• Rober...
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Self-directed support and integration - the challenges of embedding culture change S27

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Workshop that is an opportunity to hear what’s been happening, to find out more about how you can shape this exciting work and to strengthen the influence of people who are supported by services and of frontline workers. Contributed by: Scottish Social Services Council

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Self-directed support and integration - the challenges of embedding culture change S27

  1. 1. SDS and Integration : Opportunity for Culture Change Social Work Expo 18.3.14
  2. 2. Outcomes: What’s important to me, not what’s important to the service Communities: I’m actively contributing to my community and society, not just somebody in need of ‘care’ Relationships: I’m in control of my life and my supports, not just asked for my opinion 2 SDS and Integration: What Matters
  3. 3. Shared Principles across SDS and Integration SDS Integration Choice Control Participation Personal outcomes Working together Maintaining independence Seamless quality service Responsive service
  4. 4. What this means in practice Service Led Outcomes focused Process Driven Open Conversations Matching Needs to Services Identify Strengths and Creative Solutions Impact of Service What matters to person 4 Assessment Planning Review
  5. 5. Whole systems approach to culture change
  6. 6. Contributing to culture change • What are you doing already that is contributing to the vision? • What is getting in the way and what is helping? • What other support do you need? Relationships Outcomes Communities
  7. 7. Working Together: SDS 7 Reference Group Risk Statutory Training Outcomes Leadership Culture Change & Community Personal Assistant Learning & Resources Communications
  8. 8. Working Together: Integration
  9. 9. What action will you take?
  10. 10. Integration and SDS Team • Ali Upton , alison.upton@sssc.uk.com • Caroline Sturgeon, caroline.sturgeon@sssc.uk.com • Robert Kelman, robert.kelman@sssc.uk.com • Grace MacDonald, grace.macdonald@sssc.uk.com • Julie Fisk, julie.fisk@sssc.uk.com • Alison Guthrie, alison.guthrie@sssc.uk.com • For phone enquiries please call 01382 346432 Relationships Outcomes Communities

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