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It exhibits elements of individual coordination, personal advocacy, family support, community development and direct funding. The unique quality, and much of the advantage, of LAC derives from the mixing and blending of activities and approaches of each of these human service orientations as well as the intentional design of an ongoing personal relationship. The aim of LAC is to make disability services and supports more personal, local and accountable, and to support local people with disabilities and their families in their local communities.
Chadbourne, R. ’ Consultant’s report to the Local Area Coordination Steering Committee, Perth, WA: unpublished. Chenowyth, L. and Stehlik, D. (2002) Building the Capacity of Individuals, Families and Communities: Evaluation of the Local Area Coordination Pilot Program. Brisbane, QLD: Disability Services Queensland. Collins, J. and Porras, J. (1994) Built to Last: Successful Habits of Visionary Companies. London: Century. Department of Health (2005) Social Care Green Paper – Independence, Wellbeing and Choice: Our Vision for the Future of Social Care for Adults in England.
We have found over the life of the LAC programme that there is a need approximately every five years to systematically review the LAC framework in order to keep it contemporary and responsive to the emerging strategic environment. We also believe that a framework needs to be a living document and a robust set of ideas that is continually challenged and refined as we move forward with a preparedness to change policies, procedures and structures. A strategic approach to risks and opportunities in the external environment is also necessary so that key supports and interfaces are maintained and the programme remains relevant and responsive.
Co-Production and Personalisation in Social Care: Changing Relationships in the Provision of Social Care (Research Highlights in Social Work) by Susan Hunter, Pete Ritchie, James Cox, Steve Coulson, Eddie Bartnik, Kristjana Kristiansen, James Mulholland, Jane Pagler, Carl Poll, Bill Whyte