Authors: John Dalrymple and Keith Etherington
This new publication from In Control Scotland argues that resource allocation systems are a vital part of any genuine system of self-directed support; and that resource allocation systems that provide upfront information about the size of the budget likely to be available, remain uniquely empowering of individuals and families wishing to maximise personal control and creativity throughout the process.
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Resource Allocation Systems (RAS) have become too complex. Barnsley and The Centre for Welfare Reform are exploring a radically simplified version of the RAS.
A Resource Allocation System (RAS) is any set of rules that allows fair allocations to be made to people who need extra support.
A discussion paper exploring the role of the RAS (Resource Allocation System) in the development of self-directed support.