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Self-Directed Support

Self-directed support is the process of taking control of your life and any support you might need to live it. Although self-directed support was developed for adult social care services its application is much wider and even goes beyond public services.


The publisher is The Centre for Welfare Reform.

Graphic on Seven Steps of Self-Directed Support © Simon Duffy 2010.

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Personalisation in 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.

Self-Directed Support

Self-Directed Support

Simon Duffy talks about the development of self-directed support in the UK.

7 Steps of Self-Directed Support

7 Steps

Self-directed support is the 7 step process by which people obtain control over their support in order to achieve a better life for themselves.

Citizenship and Self-Directed Support

Citizenship and Self-Directed Support

This presentation was part of a day long seminar with the people of Christchurch who are starting the Enabling Good Lives programme.

Implementing Self-Directed Support

Implementing Self-Directed Support

This short essay offers some thoughts about the lessons other countries might want to draw from the English experience of implementing self-directed support (SDS).