Personalisation (Self-directed support)
Video resource of a song and images to depict an individual's opinion on being faced with going into care, when they desire to choose their own care and support.
Briefing that provides a summary of the parliamentary scrutiny of the Social Care (Self-directed Support) (Scotland) Bill prior to the Stage 3 proceedings, due on 28 November 2012.
- The Health and Sport's Committee's Stage 1 report recommendations and the Scottish Government's response
- Amendments agreed to at Stage 2
- Issues that were raised at Stage 2 but did not result in amendment to the Bill
- Amendments that have been lodged for Stage 3.
Website developed by Glasgow City Council, in conjunction with partners, to provide information, advice and guidance about local services and sources of help that can support you to maintain your lifestyle and independence.
Paper that explores the links between recovery and personalisation and demonstrates how both are part of a common agenda for mental health system transformation.
Paper that describes the background to personalisation and then goes on to oﬀer an analysis of the diﬀerent policy options that will open up citizens, professionals, families, communities and policy-makers to its potential.
Summary of a programme run in three locations - Suffolk, Calderdale and Wolverhampton. Each site recruited families who, primarily, were dissatisfied with how things were at the time, who had a vision for things being different and/or were worried about the future. Although each locality had done some information sharing with families, most participants were unaware of or deeply sceptical about personalisation.
Briefing that discusses the policy context to the Bill, current legislative provisions for self-directed support and the provisions in the Bill itself.
Report that describes a ground-breaking initiative in the development of personalisation in adult social care. By working in partnership, Southwark Council has:
- Broken down a large block contract for 83 people into individual budgets
- Created Individual Service Funds (ISF) for more flexible services
- Begun creating better and more empowering services for those they serve
- Developed a more dynamic and respectful relationship between a service provider and commissioner
Report that looks at the future development of personalisation at a time of limited resources. It details two seminars held in November 2011, organised by SCIE with support and funding from the Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF).
The seminars brought together service users, carers and a select number of people involved in practice and policy development around personalisation in adult social care.
Presentation on the subject of personalisation and self-directed support that was produced for North Lanarkshire Council in November 2011.