• Qcf 3 Introduction to Personalisation in Health and Social Care (Hsc3046)
    on eligibility criteria for adult social care (2010). (4) Explain what are Direct Payments and Individual Budgets and what impact they have on commissioning services Individual budgets and Direct payments is a means-tested cash payment made in the place of regular social care to the...
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  • Unit 5001 Personal Development as a Manager and Leader
    commitment to the personalisation agenda which will enable people with a learning disability to have more choice and control when arranging and/or purchasing their own services. NHS Transfer of commissioning and funding to KASS In 2009 the responsibility and funding for the commissioning of social care for...
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  • Health
    in “Our health, our care, our say” and feel that there are already firm foundations within Salford to support the delivery of health and social care working in partnership. There is concern, however, that since the publication of the White Paper, the Department of Health has not given this...
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  • Nhs Reform
    social care from April 2012. Commissioning of services GP consortia will have a duty to work in partnership with local authorities, for example in relation to linking up health and social care, and they will have a duty of public and patient involvement in the commissioning process. The government...
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  • Essay
    and right to privacy while promoting social inclusion and independence, it is vital that the planning process is family and / or person-centred as appropriate and recognises the unique impact of each disabled child and / or adult’s circumstances. 50 This strategy has already recognised that each...
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  • Social Policy - Putting People First
    ”(Department of Health, 2007). Putting People First and Personalisation policies are intended to take people with needs through a hugely diverse process of self assessment, where the social worker is led by the citizen, recognised as a lead player in establishing their own person centred plan of care...
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  • Student
    and management to understand and compare differing performance in very diverse regions. It explains how Dimensions’ “tight-loose” management compact has been reflected in the approach, so avoiding many of the problems associated with poor systems of performance measurement which negatively impact the...
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  • Partnership Working
    integrated working bet between health services and social care agencies working towards a single assessment process and joint commissioning. The health act reinforces the importance of joint working The white paper July 2012 also state about working together long term paths and goals for a single...
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  • Miss
    responsibility in a personalisation culture Personalisation has a huge impact on all of us in adult social care. Services need to respond to the drive to provide care which is individual and unique, which is delivered with dignity and respect and primarily is driven by the individual who is being supported...
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  • Public Health
    effective ways to prevent, diagnose and treat disease and ill health. Guidance is for the NHS, local authorities, charities and anyone with a responsibility for commissioning or providing healthcare, public health or social care services. There are 3 main areas of conduct to inform practice. Firstly, the...
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  • Do Person-Centred Care Services Enable Service Users to Lead ‘Normal Lives’
    work on ‘stigma’ and stereotyping (K217, Chapter 5, p.6) . In addition, the concept of normalization will be challenged by the social model of disability, and finally person-centred care will be analyzed and how this can impact the way disabled people receive health and social care services, and...
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  • Unit 6
    designed to support personalisation | | | | | |2.2 Describe the impact that personalisation has on the process of commissioning social care...
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  • Choosing Health
    or obesity services) and test new ideas. Around half of the extra funding in 2006/07 and 2007/08 has gone directly to primary care trust as part of their annual allocation and will be used to deliver Choosing Health commitments through the local delivery planning process. Choosing Health is the...
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  • Qcf98 Health & Social Care Level 3
    ” expects that person centred planning and approaches will be used to inform service delivery and commissioning strategies. Commissioning is at the very heart of providing effective care and support for both children and adults. It is the process by which councils decide how to spend their money to...
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  • Adults with Learning Difficulties
    intervention process. She has since started up her own Personalisation Forum Group to bring these service users together. The weekly meetings at a community centre now attract 30 regulars, providing support and regular socialising opportunities. "I utilise my social work skills to help the group solve the...
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  • Support Individuals to Access and Use Services Facilities
    impact the function of the mind. | | | | |2.2 Describe the ways in which an...
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  • Eyfs
    concept, more practice in applying the concept, and more opportunities to generalise the concept from one context to another. 0 | Pedagogy and Personalisation © Crown copyright 2007 00126-2007DOM-EN Effective inclusive provision has been summarised in the National Strategies' ‘waves’ model...
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  • level 3 hsc specification
    of how personalisation may affect the way an individual is supported from day to day List local and national systems that are designed to support personalisation Describe the impact that personalisation has on the process of commissioning social care Explain how direct payments and...
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  • Hsc 3066
    necessary levels of protection with preserving reasonable levels of choice and control. A balance has to be achieved between the wishes of those who use services and the common law duty of Care. 3. describe the links between risk-taking and responsibility, empowerment and social inclusion...
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  • NVQ level 5
    POSITIVE CHANGES IN INDIVIDUALS LIVES. Health and social care is increasingly moving towards outcomes-based services. An outcome describes the measurable impact of the service on a persons life. Every individual has different needs and goals and an outcomes-based service places these at the heart of its...
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