Peterborough City Council - Reviews of social work and occupational therapy services PE1
Issue: HIV/AIDS service review
Our social work and occupational therapy teams assist with assessments of people’s needs and to identify what care or support is necessary to meet their needs. With the proposed changes to eligibility criteria and our enhanced focus on preventative care, we intend to review the capacity and role of our various teams.
We intend to review our community assessment and care management service with the aim of more people being assisted through our customer contact centre, resulting in a reduced need for more assessments by qualified social work staff.
We will also review our sensory support and occupational therapy services with the aim of reducing the size of these services. The sensory support service provides social care support for people who are deaf, blind or deaf and blind, while occupational therapists provide people with specialist equipment in their homes.
A social work service is currently run for people affected by HIV/AIDS at the City Care Centre. The service will also be reviewed with the aim of providing for those with eligible care needs through our community social work team. We also propose to work with the voluntary sector to provide support to people affected by HIV/AIDS who do not have specific social care needs.
2013/14 £k: 100
2014/15 £k: 100
2015/16 £k: 100
2016/17 £k: 100
2017/18 £k: 100
- Further info: www.peterborough.gov.uk
- Posted by: False Economy at 11:57am on 29 May 2013
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