Adult social care providers and contracts

1: please indicate how your Council currently exercises its Care Act 2014 duties:

Caring for Young persons (18 to 25 years):
a) the Council has an in-house service provider delivering services, facilities or resources; or
b) the Council does not have an in-house service provider delivering services but instead arranges for the provision of services, facilities or resources from external private and third-sector organisations; or
c) the Council operates a mixture of both in-house delivery and arranging for the provision of services, facilities or resources from external private and third-sector organisations; or 
d) the Council takes other steps to promote an individual’s well-being.

Caring for adults aged under 65 years:
a) the Council has an in-house service provider delivering services, facilities or resources; or
b) the Council does not have an in-house service provider delivering services but instead arranges for the provision of services, facilities or resources from external private and third-sector organisations; or
c) the Council operates a mixture of both in-house delivery and arranging for the provision of services, facilities or resources from external private and third-sector organisations; or 
d) the Council takes other steps to promote an individual’s well-being.

Caring for adults aged over 65 years:
a) the Council has an in-house service provider delivering services, facilities or resources; or
b) the Council does not have an in-house service provider delivering services but instead arranges for the provision of services, facilities or resources from external private and third-sector organisations; or
c) the Council operates a mixture of both in-house delivery and arranging for the provision of services, facilities or resources from external private and third-sector organisations; or 
d) the Council takes other steps to promote an individual’s well-being.

In response to all three questions above, we can confirm that only the description set out in (c) is applicable to Devon County Council.  None of the others are applicable

2: having indicated that the Council operates an in-house service delivery model for one or more of the categories identified above, as appropriate, please indicate (by answering ‘Yes’ or ‘No’) which services, facilities or resources are currently delivered:

Caring for Young persons (18 to 25 years):
– Residential respite services to support carers:  YES
– Community-based day services for people with learning and physical disability service users:  YES
– Community-based enablement services to enable service users to remain independent:  YES
– Community-based enablement services to enable service users to return to living independently:  YES

Caring for adults aged under 65 years:
– Residential respite services to support carers:  YES
– Community-based day services for people with learning and physical disability service users : YES
– Community-based enablement services to enable service users to remain independent:  YES
– Community-based enablement services to enable service users to return to living independently:  YES

Caring for adults aged over 65 years:
– Residential services:  YES
– Community-based day services:YES
– Community-based enablement services at point of first referral to enable service users to continue living independently:  YES

3: please provide the Council’s 2020/21 approved budget for operating your in-house service delivery model, ideally separated in terms of the services, facilities or resources sub-categorised above and individually accounting for Staffing Costs, Non-staffing costs, Gross expenditure (i.e. = staffing + non-staffing), Income, Grants, Corporate landlord costs and overall Total net cost (i.e. = Gross expenditure – Income – Grants + Corporate landlord costs).

Please see the table below for the Devon County Council In House budget 2020/21

Cost Type Residential > 65
£000
Learning Disability (LD) respite < 65
£000
Reaching for Independence (RFI) & day centres
£000
Social care reablement
£000
Management and support services
£000
Mental Health – Link Centres
£000
Total
£000
Staffing Costs 1,992 1,252 3,699 4,203 584 428 12,158
Non-staffing costs 76 30 422 504 116 22 1,170
Landlord (premises) Costs 78 69 201 6 101 35 493
Income 0 0 -17 -600 -299 -67 -983
Total net Budget 2,146 1,351 4,305 4,113 502 421 12,838

 

4: please provide the Council’s 2020/21 FTE staffing information for providing the in-house service delivery model, ideally separated in terms of the services, facilities or resources sub-categorised above.

Greenfields, Barnstaple LD respite 10.23
New Treetops, Exeter, LD respite 9.64
Pine Park, Honiton, LD respite 9.29

Mapleton, Newton Abbot,  Dementia 26.00
Woodland Vale, Torrington,  Dementia 28.00

RFI East 19.04
RFI Exeter 19.05
RFI Mid Devon 23.10
RFI North Devon 28.97
RFI South Hams 27.85
RFI West Devon 11.8