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Personalisation in health & social care
                             UWE, June 2010


 © Simon Duffy. Rights Reserved. The...
Questions

1. What is personalisation?
2. What might it mean for public
   services?
3. What are the prospects for further...
So, what is
personalisati
on really
The goal is
There are eight degrees of charity, one
higher than the other.
The highest degree, exceeded by none, is
that of the person...
Real wealth is the
This means real poverty
  1. Despair - having no hope
  2. Loneliness - having no friends or
     family
  3. Exclusion - ...
What does
personalisation
really look like in
practice?
Personalisation Model
Self-Directed Support
Individual Budgets
Tapered Control
Personalised Transition
Is it really
possible that the
current system is
going to change?
Reasons why not
  1. The cuts
  2. Its difficult
  3. Lots of people fear it
  4. Confusion at the
     centre
  5. Its do...
The reason why it
might... it works
and people...
• needing support in the community
• managing long-term health
    conditions
•   trying to rebuild their me...
What difference
will any of this
make to me and
my job?
co-production
new forms of
new rules and
Thoughtful about

1. in how you help others - helping by
   liberating
2. in how you think about yourself & your family
3....
Contact Details
     Simon Duffy
     Centre for Welfare Reform
     The Quadrant,
     99 Parkway Avenue, Parkway Busines...
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Personalisation in Health & Social Care

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This presentation was given to academic staff at the University of the West of England. It sets out the background to personalisation and some of the major policy developments that are likely in the years ahead.

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Personalisation in Health & Social Care

  1. 1. Personalisation in health & social care UWE, June 2010 © Simon Duffy. Rights Reserved. The author must be cited if images or slides are used
  2. 2. Questions 1. What is personalisation? 2. What might it mean for public services? 3. What are the prospects for further reform? 4. What does it mean for you?
  3. 3. So, what is personalisati on really
  4. 4. The goal is
  5. 5. There are eight degrees of charity, one higher than the other. The highest degree, exceeded by none, is that of the person who assists a poor Jew by providing him with a gift or loan or by accepting him into a business partnership or by helping him find employment - in a word, by putting him where he can dispense with other people's aid. With reference to such aid, it is said, “You shall strengthen him, be he a stranger or a settler, he shall live with you” (Lev. 25:35), which means strengthen him in such manner that his falling into want is prevented.
  6. 6. Real wealth is the
  7. 7. This means real poverty 1. Despair - having no hope 2. Loneliness - having no friends or family 3. Exclusion - never being part of anything 4. Worthlessness - not believing in yourself 5. Powerlessness - having no control
  8. 8. What does personalisation really look like in practice?
  9. 9. Personalisation Model
  10. 10. Self-Directed Support
  11. 11. Individual Budgets
  12. 12. Tapered Control
  13. 13. Personalised Transition
  14. 14. Is it really possible that the current system is going to change?
  15. 15. Reasons why not 1. The cuts 2. Its difficult 3. Lots of people fear it 4. Confusion at the centre 5. Its doesn’t fit together
  16. 16. The reason why it might... it works
  17. 17. and people... • needing support in the community • managing long-term health conditions • trying to rebuild their mental health • wanting to die at home • wanting more personalised education • trying to find work • wanting to avoid prison
  18. 18. What difference will any of this make to me and my job?
  19. 19. co-production
  20. 20. new forms of
  21. 21. new rules and
  22. 22. Thoughtful about 1. in how you help others - helping by liberating 2. in how you think about yourself & your family 3. in how you work with your colleagues 4. in how you try and bring about change within your own organisations and systems
  23. 23. Contact Details Simon Duffy Centre for Welfare Reform The Quadrant, 99 Parkway Avenue, Parkway Business Park Sheffield, S9 4WG T +44 114 251 1790 M +44 7729 7729 41 admin@centreforwelfarereform.org www.centreforwelfarereform.org

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