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Housing, Health & Social Care: Partnership Working In Action. Agenda Overview: Adur & Worthing Older People’s Housing & Support Strategy Role of Housing, Health & Social Care Co-ordinator Partnership Working In Action E-mail:[email protected]

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Housing health social care partnership working in action

Housing, Health & Social Care:Partnership Working In Action

Agenda

Overview: Adur & Worthing Older People’s Housing & Support Strategy

Role of Housing, Health & Social Care Co-ordinator

Partnership Working In Action

E-mail:[email protected]


Adur worthing older people s housing support strategy

Adur & Worthing Older People’s Housing & Support Strategy

  • Purpose – Co-ordinated response across agencies in Adur and Worthing

  • Context - Largest user group of health and social care services are older people. West Sussex has 1.5% 90yr+ in comparison to 0.7% UK average.

  • Aims - Support strategic aims of respective organisations, work in partnership to provide integrated services, adopt a ‘can do approach’ and involve older people in service design and delivery


Adur worthing older people s housing support strategy1

Adur & Worthing Older People’s Housing & Support Strategy

Three examples from strategic workplan:

  • Identify funding initiatives to reduce fuel poverty

  • Develop a range of mixed tenure Extra Care Schemes across Adur & Worthing

  • Promote private and voluntary sector provision of community alarms, mobile response services and assistive technology.


Housing health social care co ordinator role

Housing, Health & Social Care Co-ordinator Role

Jointly Funded

Across Housing, Health and Social Care

Whole systems

Operates at three different levels across client groups


Partnership working in action

Partnership Working In Action

Develop a protocol to reduce unnecessary hospital stays arising from a lack of suitable housing

District / Borough

Housing Team

Hospital

Social Work Team

Acute Hospital Trust


Practitioner level

Practitioner Level

Priorities

Outcomes


Organisational level

Organisational Level

Outcomes

Reduced delayed transfers - 33%-7%

251 bed days saved £63,000 health resources

Priorities

Policy development

Organisational Targets

Pilot Service


Partnership working in action outcomes for frontline service delivery

Partnership Working In Action: Outcomes For Frontline Service Delivery

Case Study

Mr X (76 years) was admitted to hospital with a broken hip. He was unable to return to his

property as it was deemed structurally unsound he was therefore homeless. He spent 156 days

at the Interim Housing Service

Patient Outcomes

  • Early notification system identified complex issues including housing at the point of admission.

  • Multi-disciplinary discharge planning led to informed decision making

  • Mr X retained his levels of independence, residential placement avoided, now living independently

    Organisational Outcomes

  • Effective/collaborative partnership working leading to reduced length of hospital stay

  • Targeted use of existing resources, joint investment led to savings/targeting of resources

    Interim Housing Service = £4000Residential Placement = £7500

    Acute Hospital Bed = £30,000Community Hospital Bed= £14,000

  • Pilot Service now secured as long-term service with future expansion providing better outcomes for individuals and positive organisational outcomes to meet performance targets.


Strategic level

Strategic Level

Outcomes

Priorities


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Housing, Health & Social CarePartnership Working In Action

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