The Care Act states that the review should be person centred, outcome (not service) focused and accessible and proportionate to the needs being met and that plans must be kept generally under review.
Reviews need to consider what outcomes have been achieved, what has worked and has not worked, changes to support networks, whether any changes are required and whether eligibility criteria are still met.
Who is the Course Aimed at?
Any social care staff responsible for conducting person centred reviews
How Long is the Course?
By the end of this half day programme, delegates will be able to:
- Understand the review requirements and timescale
- Focus primarily on reviewing whether personal outcomes are being achieved and if not, the reasons for this
- Identify whether the person’s personal budget is enabling them to meet their needs and the outcomes identified in their plan and if the current method of managing it still the best one for what they want to achieve
- Address whether the personal budget is still meeting the sufficiency test
- Identify any changes in the person’s informal and community support networks which might impact negatively or positively on the plan
- Ensure to promote Direct Payments where they are not in use
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