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The shifting carpet the policy context and challenges facing adult social care

The Shifting CarpetThe policy context and challenges facing Adult Social Care

James Bullion & Jennifer Holland

Assistant Directors, Community Services,

Norfolk County Council


Positives

Positives

  • Longer life, wealthier, well informed

  • Good technology

  • More satisfaction

  • Holistic services

  • Prevention and integration


More positives

More positives…..

  • Increased government investment

  • Growth in spending on older people

  • Growth in spending on disabilities

  • Direct accounts now 5% of spending


Challenges lots

Challenges - lots

  • Efficiency savings

  • Better, simpler, faster

  • ‘Community’ and ‘health’ integrations ..

  • Localism & Place

  • Shared back and front offices

  • Enabling communities to do more

  • People in control

  • Quality and Value

  • Service failures

  • Changing population

  • Diminishing resources

  • Rising expectations

  • ‘irrational, confusing & unjust’

  • Earlier prevention

  • People in control

  • Account holders

  • Carers paid for care

  • Shaping markets

  • Holistic and micro commissioning


Care in 10 years

Care in 10 years

  • 25% plus under the ‘care’ system

  • 2-3% GDP

  • NHS – simplify

  • Online, digital, 24/7

  • Increased migratory work patterns

  • Strains on infrastructure


Care in 10 years continued

Care in 10 years continued…

  • Planning for care & prevention

  • More ‘account holder’ than eligible?

  • Understanding of availabilities

  • Advice, brokerage & care arranging

  • People more targeted for interventions


Also in 10 years

Also in 10 years

  • Increased isolation

  • Increased disability support needed

  • Increased dementia

  • More ethnically diverse population


Need versus resource

Need versus resource

People with learning disabilities: demand will increase dramatically over the next 5-10 years


Coalition policy context for health care

Coalition policy context for health care

  • Breaking down barriers

  • Establishing a commission on long-term care

  • Extend roll out of personal budgets

  • Improve access to respite care through community based provision

  • Primary Care Trusts accountable to elected councillors

  • Separation of commissioning from provision

  • New emphasis on public health issues


Working with culture and sport

Working with Culture and Sport

  • Supporting prevention

  • Helping people live independently

  • Access to services through personal budgets

  • Delivering the Five Steps to Happiness – connect, be active, be curious, learn and give


Connect

connect


The shifting carpet the policy context and challenges facing adult social care

be active


The shifting carpet the policy context and challenges facing adult social care

be curious


Learn

learn


The shifting carpet the policy context and challenges facing adult social care

give


How do we engage with one another

How do we engage with one another?

  • How do culture and sport ensure their contribution is understood and is included in commissioning opportunities?

  • How do care services get to know what culture and sport can offer and include them in commissioning opportunities?


The shifting carpet the policy context and challenges facing adult social care

"Instead of seeing the rug being pulled from under us, we can learn to dance on a shifting carpet." Thomas Crum


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