Personalised Care and Support Planning, Person-Centred Planning, Daily Care and Care Management Planning, Health Passport development, Emergency Care Planning
Lucy can support with personalised care and support planning, also known as person-centred planning. This may be for a variety of reasons, most commonly relating to the care and support planning needed for NHS Continuing Healthcare packages, Personal Health Budgets, Integrated Personal Budgets or Social Care Personal Budgets and Direct Payments, but may also be done for other purposes.
This includes creating a plan in whatever style or format works for the individual (it can be as creative as the person wants it to be – but the CCG, Local Authority or other body will need something written down!), including:
- Introducing the person and who they are
- Introduces the person’s life
- Sets out their likes, dislikes, preferences, wishes and what matters to them
- Maps out and details their diagnoses, impairments, needs for care and support, interventions, and other relevant information
- Sets out their goals, desired outcomes and what they want to achieve with their life and their care
- What support they need and would like and how that meets their needs, goals and outcomes
- Sources of that support and assistance, including direct care services and support, other support, advocacy, brokerage, health-related therapies, hobbies and activities, social groups and activities, days out and experiences, day centres and/or respite services
- Identify other sources of support or funding, such as grants, benefits, Access to Work and so on
- How they want to receive and manage any support, organise their care and support, and how they will ensure their needs are met
If it’s specifically a plan relating to getting or agreeing funding from a CCG or Local Authority or other financial provider,
- Detailing the budget income and outgoings, listing how the funding will be used and doing all the necessary calculations (such as employment related costs, i.e. annual leave, national insurance contributions, pension etc.
- Authorisation from the individual (or representative) that they are happy with the plan and who they consent to it being shared with
Lucy will work with the individual – and their family, or representative (i.e. named individual, Deputy or Lasting Power of Attorney), or any other relevant individual with the person’s/representative’s consent – as well as any and all relevant health and social care professionals, to build a plan that fully represents the individual and who they are, what matters to them, what they want to achieve and their goals and outcomes; their needs for care and support; how to meet those needs; how to receive and manage support; financial management planning; and anything else. It is of priority to Lucy that the plan captures the uniqueness of the individual and helps anyone reading the document to get a real, positive ‘feel’ and understanding of the person.
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Care Planning Fee
Fee: £35 per hour or a day rate (up to 8 hours) of £250.