Personalised Support is a system for designing and organising around the needs of the individual. It requires both important systemic structures and individualisation in every area.
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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.
A report describing how to provide support to people with the most complex needs or challenging behaviour drawing on the work of Partners for Inclusion.
Researchers Animate discover that Individual Service Funds (ISFs) and Inclusion have had a positive impact on people's lives.
An Individual Service Fund is a mechanism for controlling an individual budget using an organisation.
Simon Duffy explores the Scottish roots of SDS or self-directed support.
Simon Duffy explains what an Individual Service Fund is, why it it is useful and what a simple innovation it is.