To produce, develop and promote a discussion report on a creation of a single assistance and support assessment and resource allocation system for working ages and older people with additional or changing needs to improve outcomes that enables and empowers.
This 'Achieve Support' discussion paper details a concept for the implementation of a fully integrated impairment related assistance and support assessment and allocation system and process as described by Simon Stevens, an independent disability consultant working in the adult social care and disability field. The intention is that the proposed idea would replace much of the policies, systems and structures of adult social care and disability related welfare benefits within the UK. The concept can be seen as a combination of ideas and principles that has been brought together in a coordinated and coherent concept in how social care and disability related support, designed for children, young people, working aged adults and older people, can be delivered effectively and efficiently in a manner that is truly personalised and able to meet future funding requirements.
The funding will be used to provide;
- Quality Time to edit and expand existing material
- Opportunities to engage with key stakeholders
- Online presence for public consumption
- Engagement activities with UK Government and Think Tanks
- Advertising in social care publicationsb