Personal Health Budgets and TransitionMoving Towards A Local Future with Housing and Support

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Personal Health Budget -A Definition
A personal health budget is NHS money allocated to someone with a health need, and used within the personal health planning process to establish and achieve personal health outcomes. It’s purpose is to ensure that people with long term health conditions and disabilities have the chance to shape their lives by making the decisions about their health and well being that matter most to them
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Five Features of A Personal Health Budget
You must know how much money you have You must be able to choose your outcomes You are enabled to create your plan You can choose which way your budget is held You can spend your money flexibly

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Clear Intentions
People receiving continuing healthcare support from the NHS will have the right to ask for a personal health budget, by April 2014( subject to evaluation)
RT Hon Andrew Lansley M.P Sec Of State for Health Oct 2011

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A JOURNEY TO A PERSONAL HEALTH BUDGET
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The History of Iona’s Personal Health Budget
Direct Payment Education Budget

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Watershed
Transition

Residential

Personal health budget
Agency Care

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The Hurdles
‘Extra Pressure and work’ -good planning and support ‘Perceived risk -quality of life

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The Benefits

Quality and choice of PA’s and our shared environment Tailor-made expert care

• Joined up thinking • Cost-effective, value added •
outcomes
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The Next Steps...
Education? Housing?

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Jenny

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Workshop Two key questions?
Key Considerations for the future? How can we adapt to changing time and expectations?

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