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					Drugs System Change Pilot
 Hampshire and Southampton

   Project Manager: Jessica Berry

   Service Manager: Sandra Jerrim
      Aim of the Project

To explore the concept of personalisation and
pilot a new way of giving service users the
support they need to encourage greater
participation, choice and control.
                   Outcomes
1. Using both health and social care funding to offer
   personalisation
2. Provides for recovery and recovery dialogue
3. Personalisation allows optimum care planning and care
   coordination
4. Engaged substance misuse clients with personalisation
5. Increased access to mainstream budgets and the
   savings generated
6. Developing commissioning to include personalisation
7. Clients receiving personalised packages
   Using both health and social care funding to offer
                   personalisation

• Resource allocation system developed to be responsive
  to both Comprehensive assessment tool and care
  management assessments.
• Uses the Supported self assessment questionnaire in
  very streamlined approach, building on existing
  assessment tools
• Professionals resolve the pot of money it comes from,
  the client looks at the support and services they need
• Helped to inform personal health budget developments
      Provides for recovery and recovery dialogue

• Clients want to look at support that will re-engage them
  with communities and key areas of social capital (work,
  study, hobbies and interest). Professionals need to help
  with getting the timing right.
• Person centred support planning focuses on long and
  short term goals, revitalises discussion about the clients
  future aspirations
  Personalisation allows optimum care planning and
                  care coordination

• Good care planning has been a long standing
  requirement, but always limited by system restraints.

• Wider moves have contributed to fuller and optimum
  care planning and care coordination

• Optimum care planning and care coordination opens real
  doors to real solutions – some examples seen/later
   Increased access to mainstream budgets and the
                 savings generated

• Education – Links with colleges and adult learning,
  subsidised fees

• Employment – Job Centre Plus and Progress to Work

• Health – General Practitioners, Leisure

• Interagency working
  Developing commission to include personalisation

• Decommissioning and release of funds from block
  contracts

• Any new contracts to include implementation of
  personalisation

• Key learning from pilot: eligibility, prevention, brokerage,
  individual purchases
                      Purchases
•   Travel – Public Transport
•   Gym Memberships
•   College and Vocational Courses
•   Counselling
•   Equipment for work – hairdressing course / carpentry
    tools
                      Continued
•   Fishing Licence / equipment
•   Bee Breeding
•   DJ Course
•   Dog Kennels
•   CRB check
•   Art Classes
•   Guitar exam
•   Bike
•   WeighWatchers
       Clients receiving personalised packages

• 40 clients receiving actual packages of support

• Stigma and fear; Choice and control for substance
  misuse clients.

• Individual Outcomes; improved self esteem, access to
  education and employment, improved social networks,
  reduced scripts
              Other Outcomes emerging



• Increased provider flexibility, transparency and choice
• Wider partnership and whole system working (education,
  employment and supporting people).
• Establish the need for a validation process
• Collective purchasing
                        Next Steps
• Aligning processes with Adult Social Care

• Continuation of personal budgets

• Future funding and flexibilities

• Direct Payments

• Collective purchasing
Thank you



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