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Joint Health and Social Care Self-Assessment Framework 2013

This page presents the findings from the first Joint Health and Social Care Learning Disability Self-Assessment Framework announced in Transforming Care Action as Action 38.

All 154 Learning Disability Partnership boards registered to report their local conclusions. All but one provided at least some details of local services.

A full set of documents with further information about the background and process of the JHSCSAF can be found here

The full details of the exercise are published here in various formats. From this page, you can download reports on the self-assessment ratings, a collection of personal stories and a report relating to the numerical information submitted.

We have published the findings in the following formats:

1. Joint Health and Social Care Self-Assessment Framework RAG and thematic analysis

This report presents the findings of self-assessment ratings (Green, Amber, Red) made by Partnership Board areas against 27 indicators, with 9 indicators each in three domains:

  • Staying healthy
  • Being safe
  • Living well

For 9 of these 27 indicators, additional text provided by Partnership Boards was thematically analysed to gain more insight into the issues being faced by local areas in delivering progress.

A copy of this report can be found here.

2. Learning Disabilities Self-Assessment Framework 2013: Personal Experiences

For the first time this year, the learning disabilities self-assessment framework exercise contained an opportunity for local authorities to share self-advocate stories. Some of these stories are the words of people with learning disabilities. Others have been written by carers or advocates about their own experiences, or on behalf of people with learning disabilities. Others still have been written by professionals about their perceptions of the experiences of people with learning disabilities and their families. The stories cover a range of experiences, both positive and negative.
These three documents collate people’s personal experiences which were submitted as part of the self-assessment exercise and they relate to the domains of staying healthy, being safe, and living well. We have edited the stories where necessary to protect the identification of individuals.

A copy of the 'Staying healthy' report can be found here.

A copy of the ‘Being safe’ report can be found here.

A copy of the ‘Living well’ report can be found here.

3. Joint Health and Social Care Self-Assessment Framework 2013 Detailed report on Number Questions

The numbers section of the Framework was intended to demonstrate awareness and performance of commissioners and service providers in Partnership Board areas in relation to key areas of planning and work. The questions covered:

  • Healthcare
  • Assessment and provision of social care
  • Inclusion and where I live
  • Quality
  • Transitions

This report presents the detailed findings from the responses to these questions.

A copy of this report can be found here.

4. Joint Health and Social Care Self-Assessment Framework 2013 responses

A spreadsheet version of all the responses except the personal stories is published alongside the numerical report. This is intended to make comparison between areas easy.

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