Learning disability day services are delivered through contracts with 9 independent organisations.
These services, along with the Council’s in-house day services, meet customers social care needs, as defined under the Care Act 2014, by promoting independent living and wellbeing by providing a range of functions:
Taking up the extension will allow the County Council and its health partners to explore future delivery models and associated cost structures which, in line with the Lifelong Disability and Autism Market Position Statement objectives, will lead to new models of support which focus on progression, increased independence and community based relationships resulting in a reduction of building base day services.
The contracts with the independent providers were let on a 5 year term, commencing 1st April 2015, with the option for a 2 year extension (Decision Ref: HA11 12/13). The Executive Director Adults and Health is asked to extend the contracts with the independent providers for a further two years to 31 March 2022.
Decision type: Key
Reason Key: Expenditure > £500,000;
Decision status: Recommendations Approved
Divisions affected: (All Divisions);
Notice of proposed decision first published: 12/02/2020
Decision due: April 2020 by Interim Executive Director Adults and Health
Lead member: Kim Curry, Executive Director Adults and Health email@example.com
Contact: Karen Young, Contract Manager, Learning Disability and Mental Health Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 0330 022 23794.
Representations concerning this proposed decision can be made to the Executive Director for Adults and Health via the officer contact.
Democratic Services Contact: Erica Keegan Tel: 0330 022 26050
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