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Roll out of Personal Budgets – what
will it mean for your organisation?
Virginia McCririck, Department of
Health
South Wes...
 Universal services –information and advice
aimed at independence and quality of life
 Early intervention and prevention...
Low to
moderate
needs
FACS
eligible
Citizenship
Information
Lifestyle
Practical support
Early intervention
Enablement
Cris...
Information/
Advice/
Guidance
1st
Contact/
Screening
Assessment
Re-ablement/
Further
Assessment
Rapid
Response
Assessment
...
Effective Re-ablement Principles
• A holistic and person-centred approach for all people needing care or
support
• Occurs ...
Contact Service Delivery
Ongoing
Support
Well Being & Independence Review
and
Monitor
1.Screening &
initial
information
ga...
Re-ablement – It’s Place in the
Healthcare and Social Care Continuum
Links to Acute
Hospital Care
Links to mainstream
Soci...
How do Personal Budgets change the
dynamic?
A ‘customer at the centre’ approach
Council
Customers Suppliers
Requirements
•...
What will you do to support the
changes?
• What role can your organisation take in ensuring availability of
more choice an...
What will you do to support the
changes?
• What role can your organisation take in ensuring availability of
more choice an...
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Roll out of personal budgets what will the mean for your organisation - workshop - virginia mc cririck

  1. 1. Roll out of Personal Budgets – what will it mean for your organisation? Virginia McCririck, Department of Health South West Region th
  2. 2.  Universal services –information and advice aimed at independence and quality of life  Early intervention and prevention – cost effective time limited intervention that enables people to carry on living their life without formal support  Choice and control – a system of choice and control for people who need formal support  Social Capital – building strong and supportive communities  Engagement – creating a new relationship of participation and engagement with people and communities Personalisation Agenda
  3. 3. Low to moderate needs FACS eligible Citizenship Information Lifestyle Practical support Early intervention Enablement Crisis / flexible response Institutional avoidance Timely discharge Ongoing support / care needs Self directed support •DP •PB General population Complex needs Substantial needs Plan & Chose •Self / family •Assisted by non- professional •Broker – with professional advice •Care managed
  4. 4. Information/ Advice/ Guidance 1st Contact/ Screening Assessment Re-ablement/ Further Assessment Rapid Response Assessment RAS Personal Buget issued Support Planning Brokerage Care & Support Delivery Review Reassessment Slide extracted from a presentation “Personalisation in Social Care Services, by Jeff Jerome at the National Homecare Council’s conference, Oct. 2008 The Personalised Social Care Pathway
  5. 5. Effective Re-ablement Principles • A holistic and person-centred approach for all people needing care or support • Occurs before receiving ongoing support with few exceptions • Working with the individual and their carer to ‘do for themselves’ rather than ‘do for them’. • One assessment and a short term flexible outcome focussed action plan. Typically up to 6 weeks for Older People, may be longer in other instances • Consistent, integrated approach to support. • Seamless and progressive and form the basis for self-directed support where ongoing support is needed.
  6. 6. Contact Service Delivery Ongoing Support Well Being & Independence Review and Monitor 1.Screening & initial information gathering 2.Establish dependency levels & action plan for improving independence 3.Establish ongoing needs, SAQ, RAS & support plan 40% with up to 40% less ongoing support requirement 1 2 3 4 5 6 Weeks 80-95% 5-20% straight through to ongoing support Support required Exit Exit60%withno ongoingsupport requirement Re-ablement – It’s Place in the Personalised Social Care Pathway Re-ablement scope should include: •Telecare •Equipment •Adaptations
  7. 7. Re-ablement – It’s Place in the Healthcare and Social Care Continuum Links to Acute Hospital Care Links to mainstream Social Care Community Equipment & Telecare Home based Social Care Re-ablement Intermediate Care in Day care setting Intermediate Care in Care home setting Home based rehabilitation Rapid response - Mobile response Acute care at home Specialist teams incl. OPMH Community Hospital beds Social Care Health Care Re-ablement Rehabilitation Means Tested Services Social Care Healthcare Free-at-Delivery Services
  8. 8. How do Personal Budgets change the dynamic? A ‘customer at the centre’ approach Council Customers Suppliers Requirements •Manageable way of dealing with multiple customers •Forum to collaborate Requirements • Good information tailored to customer • Ability to negotiate with suppliers • Forum to collaborate in purchasing • Ability to plan support, purchase and contract • Ability to provide feedback IB Purchasing Power
  9. 9. What will you do to support the changes? • What role can your organisation take in ensuring availability of more choice and autonomy for people? • What are the issues for your workforce – paid and unpaid? • What key messages do you want to be communicated back? 9
  10. 10. What will you do to support the changes? • What role can your organisation take in ensuring availability of more choice and autonomy for people? • What are the issues for your workforce – paid and unpaid? • What key messages do you want to be communicated back? 9

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