What does
“Personalisation” mean for
               Personalisation Summit
                                   July 2010

 ...
Personalisation
    Model
     1. Total Place
        Commissioning
     2. Prevention
     3. Individual Funding
     4. ...
a framework for innovation
Four Key Questions
1. What will we mean by
   personalisation?
2. What does this mean for people
   who experience mental ...
1. How to understand personalisation
increasing innovation &
1. How to understand personalisation


•   See personalisation as a means to greater social
    justice
•   Exploit the ca...
2. What it can mean for people
“individual budgets”
“self-directed support”
“tapered control”
“personal
“community-based support”
2. What it can mean for people



•   Individual budgets - entitlements and
    flexibilities
•   Self-directed support - g...
3. How to engage existing
      professionals
3. How to engage existing
                 professionals


•   Don’t degrade value of professional input
•   Avoid creatin...
4. How to fund mental health
          services
Local Authority                       Well-being or
                   ‘Social Care’
  Resources                          ...
4. How to fund mental health
               services


•   Health-social care distinction will not hold
•   Mental health ...
Contact Details
     Simon Duffy
     The Centre for Welfare Reform
     The Quadrant,
     99 Parkway Avenue, Parkway Bus...
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This presentation was given at the SCIE & NMHDU Summit on personalisation. It sets out the major challenges to be faced in developing a more personalised approach to mental health services.

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  • Personalisation Summit

    1. 1. What does “Personalisation” mean for Personalisation Summit July 2010 © Simon Duffy. Rights Reserved. The author must be cited if images or slides are used
    2. 2. Personalisation Model 1. Total Place Commissioning 2. Prevention 3. Individual Funding 4. Self-Directed Support 5. Co-production 6. Community-Based
    3. 3. a framework for innovation
    4. 4. Four Key Questions 1. What will we mean by personalisation? 2. What does this mean for people who experience mental illness? 3. What is the role of service providers and professionals? 4. How will we fund of mental health
    5. 5. 1. How to understand personalisation
    6. 6. increasing innovation &
    7. 7. 1. How to understand personalisation • See personalisation as a means to greater social justice • Exploit the capabilities approach - real wealth • Personalisation should open up opportunities for process innovation • Personalisation should build upon, and increase empirical science and outcomes-based decision- making
    8. 8. 2. What it can mean for people
    9. 9. “individual budgets”
    10. 10. “self-directed support”
    11. 11. “tapered control”
    12. 12. “personal
    13. 13. “community-based support”
    14. 14. 2. What it can mean for people • Individual budgets - entitlements and flexibilities • Self-directed support - greater authority in planning • Tapered control - differing levels of responsibility • Personal planning - better quality planning
    15. 15. 3. How to engage existing professionals
    16. 16. 3. How to engage existing professionals • Don’t degrade value of professional input • Avoid creating new professionals • Don’t confuse personalisation with liberalisation • Develop a more sophisticated menu • Embrace “Personalised Support”
    17. 17. 4. How to fund mental health services
    18. 18. Local Authority Well-being or ‘Social Care’ Resources Independence Improved clinical NHS Resources Medical services outcomes Improved mental Welfare funding ‘what works’ health
    19. 19. 4. How to fund mental health services • Health-social care distinction will not hold • Mental health is sufficiently coherent • Political situation creates interesting opportunities • Risk of increased tension and incoherence
    20. 20. Contact Details Simon Duffy The 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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