Different practices across Local Authorities


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Different practices across Local Authorities

  • Different practices across Local Authorities

    • RAS
    • Equivalency model
  • Aspiration to develop a fair and transparent tool

  • Explore the possibility of developing a tool that would have more wide spread usage across Scotland

  • That supported an outcomes approach



City of Edinburgh

  • City of Edinburgh

  • Glasgow City Council

  • Perth and Kinross

  • In-Control Scotland

  • Falkirk Council



Increasing concern about the usage of resource allocation systems

  • Increasing concern about the usage of resource allocation systems

  • A common approach within Scotland

  • An growing interest to explore a new way forward – possibly linked to IoRN

  • National Dissatisfaction with mutant developement



Long - there are now models with 40 page

  • Long - there are now models with 40 page

  • Complex - some models involve getting multiple perspectives on one question

  • Ambiguous - some models ask lots of questions, but no clear budget

  • Restrictive - often models slip back into prescribing how someone should be supported



City of Edinburgh

  • City of Edinburgh

  • Glasgow City Council

  • NHS Lothian (Self Directed Support Pilot)

  • In-Control Scotland

  • Orkney Council

  • Dumfries and Galloway

  • Perth and Kinross

  • Highland Council

  • Fife Council

  • East Renfrew Council

  • Angus Council

  • Falkirk Council

  • Joint Improvement Team, Scottish Government



It has been suggested that in Scotland we should consider whether an improved system might be possible if the IoRN were to be used in some way as part of the process.

  • It has been suggested that in Scotland we should consider whether an improved system might be possible if the IoRN were to be used in some way as part of the process.



Supports Outcomes Focused Assessment

  • Supports Outcomes Focused Assessment

  • Sits within a dynamic assessment framework

  • Supports decisions to be made in a more co-productive way at the earliest opportunity

  • Supports fair and transparent allocation of resources

  • The budget is sufficient to meet the outcomes/needs of the person



RAS

  • RAS

  • IoRN

  • Talking Points

  • Work to identify areas of commonality and deficits

  • Potential to develop a dynamic assessment framework that supports outcomes and allocation that included a resource allocation tool



Use the traditional IoRN

  • Use the traditional IoRN

  • Developing a tool using the methodology employed within the IoRN to allocate people into groups







Further details

  • Further details

  • Gordon.dunbar@edinburgh.gov.uk




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