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Personalisation and the Social Care Revolution

Authors: Simon Duffy, John Waters and Jon Glasby

This paper provides an overview of personalisation in social care.  

In particular it argues that at the heart of technological developments like individual budgets and self-directed support is a new contract between the state and the citizen: a Conditional Resource Entitlement.

This discussion paper on personalisation has been published by the Health Service Management Centre at the University of Birmingham.

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Personalisation in Social Care

Personalisation in Social Care

This article explores how the current reforms in social care are rooted in a radically different approach to social justice and welfare to those that preceded them.

What is Personalisation?

What is Personalisation?

Simon Duffy talks about what personalisation really means.

Teaching Personalisation

Teaching Personalisation

Tanya Moore provides an overview of the University of Hertfordshire's course on personalisation.

Personalisation System

Personalisation System

Personalisation can be developed as system-wide innovation. However it requires changes at every point: lead professional, finance and contracting and commissioning.

Personalisation Model

Personalisation Model

The Personalisation Model provides a framework for reorganising public services so that the citizen remains in control of their own life and any support that they need.