Personalisation

Definition: Is the all-encompassing term for the Government's agenda to give people more choice about and control in the care they receive. The system places the service user at the centre of the process and allows them to choose the support they use and the manner in which they receive support.

Category: Adult Social Care

Credit: Department of Health

Source: Glossary of Adult Social Care Terms


Service descriptions mentioning the term Personalisation

Independent Living Advice Line - (Disability Rights UK)Service

Provides advice on getting direct payments, including information on:individual budgets/personalisation; funding from social services in relation to the care needs of the disabled; the appeals process; general advice on employing personal assistants
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RNC Work Ready Programme - (Royal National College for the Blind (RNC))Service

The Work Ready programme provides tailored, flexible, industry-based training to increase your employment prospects. RNC's specialist expertise and personalised approach allows them to provide the training that is right for you. Programmes last from 6 to 26 weeks and are delivered and supported by industry professionals in real working environments with employment outcomes. The length of your programme will vary according to your needs and the employment pathway you select.
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