On Tuesday 18 September 2018 all the localities from across Greater Manchester are coming together to plan how they will approach the development of integrated personal budgets delivery.
As part of the transformation across Greater Manchester Integrated Local Care Organisations are being developed to support people to take more control over their own health, enabling them to stay at home and in the community where possible. Core characteristics include ‘supporting the development of personal budgets.’
We have some areas that have already started on this work, and some that are not yet started. As part of the day we would like to give localities the chance to pick the brains of people who have tried and tested something, so that they can get confidence in approaching some of the same areas themselves.
This will be a focused workshop based on collaboration, shared learning and actions to be taken forward.
“If the personal budget systems of the NHS and local authorities can be developed together, it could offer a powerful new way of integrating health and social care at the individual’s level, rather than across a whole population. By coordinating the service user experience, rather than using joint commissioning or pooled budgets as a starting point, integrated personal budgets could help to focus local efforts on what matters most.”
Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE) (2013)
Local Authority Service Managers, CCG Clinical Leads, Finance leads, Strategic Personalisation Leads, Personal Health budget leads.
How to book
Book a place via the Eventbrite link.