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Public expenditure cuts by the UK government will target disabled people, older people who need extra help, poor families and people with mental health problems.
Basic Tasks for Service Providers
John O'Brien sets out the basic skills service providers need in order to successfully support people who are at risk of social exclusion or devaluation.
Evaluation of SDS Pilot in Stockport
The University of Chester's evaluation of self-directed support for people with mental health problems in Stockport.
Stories of mental health recovery and self-directed support from Hertfordshire
Vidhya Alakeson's Policy Paper sets out the case for extending the principles of self-direction, and in particular the use of individual budgets, to many areas of health care.
Turning the World Upside Down
Nigel Crisp describes why western, developed countries have much to learn from developing countries who have had to create health care systems with lower levels of funding and…
Manifesto of the Personalisation Forum Group
This manifesto sets out the values, goals and intentions of the Personalisation Forum Group - a group of people who live in Doncaster and who suffer from poor mental health.
Resource Allocation in Mental Health
Simon Duffy explores the possibility of integrating resource allocation systems for health and social care for mental health.
Personalisation in Mental Health
A report setting out a model for integrating health and social care for people with mental health services - designed to promote personalisation, empowerment and citizenship.
Personalised Support is a system for providing support to people with complex and challenging needs to live their own life, on their own terms, but as active citizens.
Keep the Flame Burning
A brilliant summary of the important insights of Terry Lynch into ageing.
Decision-Making in Health
The focus for decision-making in healthcare needs to change depending upon the circumstances and the level of clinical evidence available.