Daisy Bogg's Applying a Personalised Approach to Eligibility Criteria PDF

By Daisy Bogg

ISBN-10: 0335245153

ISBN-13: 9780335245154

“Packed with convenient tricks and sturdy perform, this pocketbook illustrates how customized social care could be funded within the Age of Austerity. within the context of dwindling public funds, social employees can observe artistic techniques to eligibility standards to assist confirm an individual’s restoration from a psychological illness is properly supported.”
Martin Webber, Anniversary Reader, collage of York, UK

a part of the recent Social paintings Pocketbooks sequence, this useful ebook is a consultant to utilizing social care eligibility standards inside a customized procedure. It encompasses a diversity of worthy perform feedback and suggestions to assist social employees take into consideration how they could observe eligibility to psychosocial matters and desires, to make sure everyone is capable of entry acceptable help concepts. The book:

  • Describes criminal frameworks for review and repair supply
  • Examines particular components of eligibility standards
  • presents perform feedback and checklists
  • Explores the interface among reasonable entry to care providers and NHS CHC standards
  • makes use of case research examples throughout

This pocketbook might help you to make sure that purposes for investment people are good built. The ebook comprises recommendation on assessing and aiding people with complicated wishes comparable to psychological well-being, substance misuse or studying incapacity.

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However, it will help you to consider whether the individual may have a health need that could require continuing care of some degree or description. indb 50 24/07/12 2:49 PM 51 NHS Continuing Healthcare required to meet the individual’s needs (DOH 2009d), and thus it is important that you are clear about the individual’s possible eligibility to make sure the individual has access to all service and funding options needed to maximise their overall well-being and quality of life. NHS CONTINUING HEALTHCARE ELIGIBILITY FRAMEWORK The level of complexity, whether the need is considered to be a ‘primary health need’ and whether care is required beyond that which a local authority would be expected to provide, are all issues that need to be considered in the assessment process and whether social workers undertake the assessment or the task is the responsibility of a specific professional, it is useful to be able to consider whether continuing healthcare is a potential option.

A Primary Care Trust must take reasonable steps to ensure that an assessment of eligibility for NHS Continuing Healthcare is carried out in all cases where it appears to the Trust that – (a) there may be a need for such care; or (b) an individual who is receiving NHS Continuing Healthcare may no longer be eligible for such care. The duties of the Primary Care Trust (PCT) under these Directions are very similar to the duty to assess requirements for local authorities under Section 47 of the NHS and Community Care Act 1990.

DEFINING THE TERMS Continuing care and continuing healthcare are terms that are often used interchangeably, however, they do refer to different elements of care, and as such it is useful to be clear about which you are referring to. The term ‘continuing care’ in policy means ‘care provided over an extended period of time, to a person aged 18 or over, to meet physical or mental health needs that have arisen as a result of disability, accident or illness’ (DOH 2009a: 4). NHS Continuing Healthcare is a package of continuing care that is arranged and funded solely by the NHS for those individuals whose healthcare needs require ongoing support and/or treatment.

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