Someone from the review team will visit your house. They will find out who needs to attend your review and who you would like to represent you if you cannot represent yourself. They will send you some information: Information for … Continue reading
Many people using Devon County Council care services own their own homes, many will also have needs that are not eligible for social care to help them to remain in their homes. Support is available to help people make changes … Continue reading
The point of the review is to identify what needs to have that are eligible for support under the Care Act eligibility. Although we will write down all your needs not all of them will be eligible ones. We will … Continue reading
We will continue to pay while we discuss the options with you as each individual’s situation is different.
The options will be different depending on whether the increase in need is a short term situation or longer term. We will discuss with you what arrangements can be made immediately to keep you safe and then what options are … Continue reading
Yes, if you choose to do so. However your individual outcomes must still be achievable.
We have a responsibility to provide transport if the activity you are being transported to is eligible. We will agree with you to fund certain outcome areas we feel you need support with, if transport is required to achieve this outcome then we will … Continue reading
Your Care Plan is arranged to ensure that your identified outcomes can be achieved. The individual hours agreed can be used for day care if that meets the outcomes described for you. The cost for day care will be taken from the … Continue reading
Supported Living, and the offer of shared hours of support, is a way for people with higher support needs to have their needs met in a cost effective way. Devon County Council is required to do this by our Fair and Affordable … Continue reading
If your shared hours provider does not form an association with the Living Well @ Home organisation we will work with you to make alternative arrangements with another suitable provider. Alternatively, as long as your shared hours provider has the … Continue reading