Putting People First Update. Mental Health VCS Network Thursday 16 th September 2010 Amanda Smith Development Manager, Choice & Control & Sue Harris Lead Commissioner for Mental Health. Personalisation – What is it ?. Choice and Control – assessment, funding, services, evaluation
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Mental Health VCS Network
Thursday 16th September 2010
Development Manager, Choice & Control
Lead Commissioner for Mental Health
Four key areas of transformation1. Access to Universal Services2. A focus on Prevention and Early Intervention3. Increased Choice & Control4. Maximizing Social Capital
Milestone Self-ImprovementFrameworkMilestone 1: Effective partnerships and people using services, carers and other local citizens.Milestone 2: Self-directed support and personal budgets.Milestone 3: Prevention and cost effective services.Milestone 4: Information and adviceMilestone 5: Local commissioning
JCU addressing 3 key challenges:
Health Budgets – for example:
Structural reform and financial pressures
= changing environment for providers
Need to enhance the outcomes for service users, maximize what is available and build capacity….
Personalisation at the core of future delivery
“The overall vision is that the state should empower citizens to shape their own lives and the services they receive.”