Taking control of care case studies
Trafford's Putting People First (PPF) case study: culture change and user involvement
Trafford Metropolitan Borough Council has undertaken a significant amount of work to deliver the aims of Putting People First (PPF). As part of the PPF delivery, the council has developed a citizen’s reference board to ensure meaningful engagement and coproduction with service users, carers and the wider community.
Read Trafford's Putting People First case study (PDF, 5 pages, 59KB) to learn more.
Putting People First case study: delivering the personalisation agenda
The London Borough of Richmond upon Thames was an early implementer of self directed support (SDS). They also achieved the Putting People First (PPF) target of 30 per cent of eligible service users receiving a personal budget two years ahead of the target date.
Further, in 2010 the authority was shortlisted for a Local Innovation Award in the ‘taking control of care’ category. The authority is now looking at the personalisation agenda more widely and is undertaking a full redesign of its adult services systems and business processes.
Download Richmond's Putting People First case study (PDF, 6 pages, 62KB) to find out more.
Pushing the boundaries of social care - innovation on the frontline
Find out more about the innovative health and social care solutions Local Innovation awardees' are delivering.