ACS ADULT SOCIAL CARE
28th April 2010
Personalisation in ACS
Universal Services
General support and services available to everyone
locally, including:
 Access to information, advice and support
 Transport
 Leisure
 Education
 Health
 Housing
 Community services e.g. libraries, adult education
 Street scene
Early Intervention and Prevention
Support available to assist people who may need
a little more help, their carers and supporters at
an early stage to stay independent for as long
as possible such as to:
 Recover from effects of illness
 Safely maintain home and garden
 Training to get a job
 Return to work training after a break
 Start taking some excercise
Social Capital
How society works to make sure everyone has the
opportunity to be part of a community such as:
 Experience friendships and care that come from
families, friends and neighbours
 Positive interaction
 Participating in discussions about community life
 Volunteering
 Community empowerment and use led organisations
Choice and Control
Self directed support e.g.
 Service available to meet people’s needs and those of
their carers and their families
 Access to information and advice
 Transparency of resources available
 Individuals choose who provides that support and
control when and where the services are provided
 Help to negotiate their support needs
 Provide advocates to help people decide
Personalising Social Care in Richmond
– The Vision
 Everyone with social care needs in Richmond enabled
to direct their own care and led the best possible quality
of life
 Stronger communities with disabled and older people
valued and participating as equal citizens
 Carers unique needs valued and recognised
 Council resources allocated in a fair and transparent
way
 Meaningful contact with Council staff with minimum
intrusion into people’s lives
Richmond Adult and Community Services Personalisation Blueprint
Stakeholder participation
Range of services and support opportunities
1
Contact
and
Access
2
3
6 week
reablement
Self
assessment
Carers
assess
ment
RAS and
IB
allocated
Carers
RAS
4
Support
planning
Carers
Services
Agree
Support
plan
Carers
Reviews
Safeguarding actions
Finance and support services
Commissioning and Quality Assurance
Arrange
support
Review
Social Work Services
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Access & Contact
Reablement
Assessment
Personal Budgets
Support Planning
Brokering
Reviews and QA
Broad Overview of the New ACS Structure
Assistant Director
of ACS
Service Managers
x3
Access Team
Reablement Team
Integrated Teams
X4
PLD Team
SGA
Manager
AEDT
Mental Health
Care Provision
Care Services:
 Day Care
 Community Support
 Respite
 Supported Living
 Adult Placement
 Employment
Wellbeing team
 Focuses upon the interface between social care, health and corporate
policy
 The scope of work covers strategic development, partnership working,
needs analysis and consultation
 Key pieces of work include:
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Lifelong Opportunities
Adults’ Strategic Plan
Tackling Inequalities Strategy
Joint Strategic Needs Assessment
ACS Workforce Development
 Adult Social Care & Health
 Workforce Strategy -Integrated
 Workforce learning and development
ACS FINANCE
ACS budget 2010/11
Commissioning Care Services
Community Services Operations
Commissioning, Corporate Policy & Strategy
Directorate Management & Finance
Total
£43.7m
£23.1m
£5.5m
£0.8m
£73.1m
Expenditure
Income
Capital charges & overheads
Total
£143.5m
(£80.0m)
£9.6m
£73.1m
For all further information
 This presentation was given on Wednesday 28th April
2010 as part of “The Introduction to your local health
and social care services” day.
 For all information and other materials relating to this
day please visit
http://www.richmondcvs.org.uk/CITraining.html
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ACS ADULT SOCIAL CARE 28 th April 2010 Personalisation in ACS