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Ground rules at the partnership board

Ground Rulesat the Partnership Board

Leicestershire Learning Disabilities Partnership Board


Ground rules at the partnership board

  • Everyone should take it in turns to speak

  • Everyone should respect what other people say

Leicestershire Learning Disabilities Partnership Board


Ground rules at the partnership board

  • Everyone should always have good manners

  • No one should speak in a rude way to anyone

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Ground rules at the partnership board

  • When the meeting is in progress people should only talk about Partnership Board work

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Ground rules at the partnership board

  • Only Partnership Board Members are allowed to vote

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Ground rules at the partnership board

  • Mobile phones should be switched off or put on silent at all times

  • No texting on mobile phones during the meeting

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Ground rules at the partnership board

  • No e-mailing on Blackberries

  • No working on lap tops

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Making communication better at the partnership board

I want to speak

Making Communication Better at the Partnership Board.

  • At the Partnership Board everybody is equal. We are all important.

  • It is important that we can all join in and say what we think.

  • Please hold up the yellow card if you want to speak.

  • Please do not speak until you are asked to do so by the Chair.

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Ground rules at the partnership board

  • On the back of the yellow card is the word NOW.

  • Please hold the card this way if you want to say something about what has just been said.

  • Please be careful which way you hold up the card.

NOW

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Wait, I don’t

understand

  • Hold up the red card when there is something you don’t understand, or if people are talking too fast.

  • Anyone can hold up this card at any time. As soon as you see the red card, please stop talking.

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Ground rules at the partnership board

Word

Police

  • Making things easy to understand is a difficult job. So we have an expert to help us. That is the Word Police.

  • This is a person whose job at the meeting is to help make it easy for everyone to join in.

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Ground rules at the partnership board

Wait, I don’t

understand

Word

Police

  • The Word Police is a hard job. Please help them by stopping when they hold up the red card.

  • Anyone can help by suggesting easier ways to explain difficult words.

  • Please remember, the Word Police is there to help us all.

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Commissioning review

Commissioning Review

Making sure we have the best ways to plan and buy services.

Sandy McMillan. Assistant Director Strategy and Performance.

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Ground rules at the partnership board

About this presentation.

  • Sandy McMillan. Assistant Director Strategy and Performance

  • Leicestershire County Council. Adults and Communities.

  • 0116 305 7320

  • [email protected]

This presentation is to tell the Partnership Board about the Commissioning Review.

The review is checking the way the Adults and Communities Department plans and buys services.

The review includes the Valuing People team.

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What is commissioning

What is Commissioning?

  • Good commissioning means finding out what services people want and need. Then planning and buying the services so there is the right kind of support, in the right places, at the right times.

  • It is also checking services to make sure they are doing a good job.

  • This means services that - meet people’s needs - help them to be as independent as possible - give people a real choice - are good value for money - support the whole community.

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What is the commissioning review

What is the Commissioning Review?

  • A review is when you look at what is working well, what could be better and what needs to change

  • In the Adults and Communities Department at the moment, there are a few different teams who do commissioning work.

  • The commissioning review will check what work the different staff do.

  • It will find out the best ways to plan and buy services for everyone who needs social care support.

  • In the future there will be 1 team who plan, buy and check services.

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What is the commissioning review1

What is the Commissioning Review?

  • The review is about what we do for larger numbers of people NOT how we make plans for individual people and families

  • We want to finish the review quickly but services on the ground will take longer to see a difference

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Valuing people team

Valuing People team

  • The money the Partnership Board uses for the Valuing People team is called the Learning Disabilities Development Fund.

  • From April 2011 the Government will include this money in the money it gives the County Council for all services. It will not be specially for Valuing People any more.

  • So we need to think about the future of the Valuing People team.

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Valuing people team1

Valuing People team

  • Sandy and Sue Disley talked about the future of the Valuing People team.

  • They decided to include the Valuing People team in the Commissioning Review.

  • This is because the Valuing People team help lots of different services get better at supporting people with learning disabilities. This is called service development.

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What happens next

What happens next?

  • All the staff who do commissioning work have collected lots of information about the work they do.

  • This will all be included in the Commissioning Review.

  • We will look at what we have got now, and what we need for the future.

  • We aim to make changes in summer 2010

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  • Thank you

  • Do you have any questions?

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Fairer charging policy for non residential care services

Fairer Charging Policy for Non Residential Care Services

Fairer Charging

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Background

Background

  • The Department of Health issued guidelines on how to work out peoples charges for non residential care services in 2002

  • These guidelines were updated last year because personal budgets were being used

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  • Leicestershire County Council’s charging policy had not been looked at since 2002 and the Council needed to make sure that the policy is good, equal and fair

  • A consultation took place in 2009 to ask people what they thought about the policy that is already in place and the things that will go in the new policy

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Implementation timescales

Implementation Timescales

  • The new financial assessment process that will be put in place from April 2010

  • Self assessment of disability related spending to be put in place from April 2010

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  • Charges to be extended to all services, except transport, and all service users or carers receive services from Adult Social Care from October 2010

  • The charges are:-

    • Hourly rate to go up to £13ph

    • No maximum weekly charge

    • Community Meals charge to go up to £3.25

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  • Personal budget pilot starts in February 2010

  • Full charging policy to be put in place for the whole time of the pilot

  • Review Group will work with commissioning workers and Providers to see who receives what services

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What happens next1

What happens next?

  • A Communication Plan will be developed to make sure everyone knows what is happening. It is likely that communication for service users and carers will start in April 2010.

  • Financial Assessments and benefit checks will be done for all service users and carers

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Sample assessment

Sample Assessment

  • Single Person – under 60

  • Jobseekers allowance / Income Support£84.95

  • Severe Disablement Allowance£73.10

  • DLA – Care Component£47.10

  • Chargeable Income£205.15

  • DoH Mandatory Allowance£131.50

  • Disability Related Expenditure£63.99

  • Assessed Maximum Charge£9.66

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Sample assessment1

Sample Assessment

  • Single Person – over 60

  • State Pension£104.25

  • Pension Credit Guarantee£63.25

  • Attendance Allowance£44.85

  • Chargeable Income£212.35

  • DoH Mandatory Allowance£155.06

  • Disability Related Expenditure£22.36

  • Assessed Maximum Charge£34.93

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Sample assessment2

Sample Assessment

  • Couple / Carers – over 60

  • State Pension£100.77

  • Occupational Pension£23.31

  • Pension Credit Guarantee£47.30

  • Attendance Allowance£47.10

  • Chargeable Income£218.48

  • DoH Mandatory Allowance£160.91

  • Living Costs (Building Insurance)£9.62

  • Disability Related Expenditure£30.00

  • Assessed Maximum Charge£17.95

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Ccf review project

CCF Review Project

  • If you have any questions

  • contact Colleen Smith

  • Tel:- 0116 305 8369

  • [email protected]

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Transport policy

Transport Policy

Adult Social Care

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Developed by the transport project group

Developed by the Transport Project Group

  • Learning Disabilities

  • Mental Health

  • Older Disabled Persons Service

  • Passenger Transport Unit

  • Breaking the Barriers

  • Strategic Commissioning and Service Development (Adults)

  • Finance.

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What is the policy

What is the policy?

  • To reflect National and Local Priorities

  • Is to look at the changes to the existing arrangements

  • To look at what the Leicestershire County Council assisted transport service provide

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This policy is based on

This policy is based on:-

  • Promoting independence

  • Choice and control

  • A healthy lifestyle

  • Improved quality of life

  • Dignity

  • Local accessible services

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We want to share the Transport Policy with you

We want to hear your views on:-

  • What impact this will have on your service area?

  • How can we put the policy in place?

  • Have we missed anything?

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What are your views

What are your views?

1. As part of Leicestershire County Councils commitment to inclusion and independence it will be expected that people who can travel to a community activity, either on their own or with someone else should do so.

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Your views on its principles

Your views on its Principles

  • An assessment of what is needed in Leicestershire County Council assisted transport service has been done

  • Transport will only now be provided if it is needed and will provide good value for money

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Your views on its principles1

Your views on its Principles

4. People who can have concessionary travel will be expected to apply and use this as and when it is required and needed

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Your views on its principles2

Your views on its Principles

5. A principle will be put in place in any situation as to whether it is reasonable to expect people to make their own travel arrangements

6. All transport options have been looked at and outcomes have been identified and evidenced.

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Guidance for transport

Guidance for Transport

  • Based on the principles,

    the guidance will be put in

    place when people needs

    Have been identified in the

    Leicestershire County Council assisted transport service

    Again please tell us your

    Views on the following

    guidance:-

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Your views on its guidance

Your views on its Guidance

1. Where a person is able to walk, use assisted mobility (wheelchair/aids), or use public transport, either independently or with a support to get to and from community activities or college they would be expected to do so.

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Guidance 2

Guidance 2

  • There will be a general expectation that people who have the potential to learn road safety and orientation skills in order to promote their independence to get to and from community activities or college by themselves will receive the support to do so.

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Guidance 4

Guidance 4

  • Where a person cannot attend their nearest community activity or college because there is no placement available or the service cannot meet their needs then the Transport that is provided will be considered.

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Guidance 41

Guidance 4

  • Where a person chooses to attend community activities or college outside of their identified locality and a local service is available to meet their needs, the cost of any transport considered necessary will be met by the person.

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Guidance 5

Guidance 5

  • Where a person receives a benefit to pay their mobility needs, it is expected that this will meet some if not all of their transport needs and be used fully to support their transport needs to and from community activities or college

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Guidance 6

Guidance 6

  • Where people live in settings where their care is funded by Adult Social Care (e.g. Residential Care), their support to attend community activities or college will be provided as part of the placement

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Guidance 7

Guidance 7

  • Where people are living in adult placement on a long term basis it will be expected that the cost of the placement will meet their full range of support needs to include transport to community activities

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Guidance 8

Guidance 8

  • Where people pay towards the use of a shared community vehicle, there is an expectation that this would be used to transport them to community activities or college

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Guidance 9

Guidance 9

  • Where a person has a private car it will be expected that this is used to access community activities or college.

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Guidance 10

Guidance 10

  • Where a person has no access to transport and cannot walk, use assisted mobility (wheelchair/aids) or use public transport, either independently or with a support, then Leicestershire County Council assisted transport will be considered

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Guidance 11

Guidance 11

  • Where it is identified in a carer’s assessment that not providing transport would place an big responsibility on a carer then transport will be considered

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Guidance 12

Guidance 12

  • In all other circumstances, provided all transport options have been considered, evidenced and recorded, Leicestershire County Council assisted transport will be considered

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Guidance 13

Guidance 13

  • Any transport provided will be subject to a review and if a person’s needs change then a re-assessment will be undertaken

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Guidance 14

Guidance 14

  • Transport to attend an assessed health need service will not be provided by Leicestershire County Council assisted transport

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  • Any other comments

  • Have we missed anything?

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Ground rules at the partnership board

What happens next?

  • Corporate Management Team – November

  • LCC Cabinet – December

  • If approved then will go out for wider consultation in the New Year

    Your comments will be

    taken into consideration

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Thank you very much for taking the time to tell us your views

Thank you very much for taking the time to tell us your views.

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Feedback from the Regional Self-Advocates Network December 2009.


Ground rules at the partnership board

At the December meeting we talked about Person Centred Planning and Including everyone.

Sue and Alix showed a presentation and carried out a workshop on Person Centred Planning.

In the Afternoon Helen ran a workshop about our ideas of including everyone.

She asked us to make posters showing what needed to be done in our areas and include everyone.

Also in December Ian Davies came and gave a report about the National Forum.

The report was about Regional Reports on Health and feedback from the Future Plans Group.

They also talked about the Special Olympics.

The next meeting is in March. Self-advocates from all the Partnership Boards in the East Midlands will meet together.

If there is anything you would like us to say at the meeting, please let us know.

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Lead commissioning update

Lead Commissioning Update

Surinder Peberdy

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