Architecture for Personalisation
Authors: Simon Duffy and Kate Fulton
Architecture for Personalisation is a report describing progress in Yorkshire & Humber towards developing a community-based approach to supporting personalisation and self-directed support.
The report also examines the fundamental changes that will need to be made to the role of care managers and challenges the presumption that a new set of independent professionals is the key to personalisation.
Instead the report demonstrates that better use could be made of existing community capacities - including the skills and abilities of service providers, community organisations and social workers.
This report shows:
- The current care management system cannot take on full responsibility for supporting personalisation
- There are only limited efficiencies available from within the current care management systems
- There are significant capacities available from families, peers, communities and existing professionals
- But these will be undermined by the poor implementation of personalisation
This publication has been produced with the support of Yorkshire & Humber’s Joint Improvement Partnership and Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council and published in association with Paradigm.
The publisher is The Centre for Welfare Reform.
Architecture for Personalisation © Simon Duffy and Kate Fulton 2010.
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