An initial business meeting with you will determine appropriate properties for review and client arrangements. Clients will be re-assessed following information gathering and discussion will take place at a progress meeting around a month later to determine whether/the most appropriate … Continue reading
Since the summer of 2015 there has been a series of engagements with providers and the PEN regarding the vision and commissioning plan for Supported Living. The Supported Living review process was launched at the end of 2015 and progress … Continue reading
At the heart of our vision is the belief that people should be supported to maximise their independence and remain in their own homes for as long as they choose and are able and that people are cared for in … Continue reading
We are running Care Act compliant reviews with advocates (either family or independent) to support clients through this process. Each individual’s assessment is sent out in draft to clients and advocated (either family or independent) in preparation for Care Planning. … Continue reading
The Council commissions approaching 100% of services provided from the independent sector. There are a few in house Day service centres available for Learning disabled clients which may be selected by people to use, however many people are encouraged to … Continue reading
This is no different to normal situations, if a medical emergency occurs while the 1:1 member of staff is there or the Shared hour’s staff then they are responsible for supporting the person to access medical help. Otherwise the contingency … Continue reading
Any clients seeking Supported Living Accommodation are likely to have already been through a review, should a placement be made then the Care Plan will be updated to reflect the outcomes met by Shared Hours and those met by Individual … Continue reading
You may raise a request to reduce the number of places commissioned under the Shared Hours contract and DCC will enter into discussion with you. Email the firstname.lastname@example.org.
The shared hours offer remains for as long as the tenancy is retained, with no individual hours being paid.