Social Care Framework - Commissioning Strategy consultation
Birmingham City Council wants to know what you think about proposed changes to the way we buy and allocate adult social care packages. This consultation also wants your views on how independent care providers are managed, and includes home support services for children and young people with a disability.
We currently commission care and support services through two framework contracts. These contracts are used to buy; home support services for adults and children; residential care (with and without nursing) for adults over 65 with assessed eligible care and support needs; and in some cases in a supported living setting.
We're looking to make improvements around quality and price and to support people to live better lives and to have greater choice and control about the care they receive.
Proposals include; supported living services extended to all adults with assessed eligible care and support needs and that all care providers are quality checked.
Have your say on the consultation
- Council’s Cabinet Report 21 March 2017 including the Draft Commissioning Strategy
- Draft Commissioning Strategy Summary – a summary of the Draft Commissioning Strategy including the questions being asked
- Pricing Proposals for adult social care (including children’s home support) from 1 April 2018
- Quality Framework and Entry Criteria – including associated inspection toolkits/quality assurance statements. This includes a copy of the Council’s proposed ‘Entry Criteria’ onto the new framework contract from 1 April 2018.
This consultation is now closed.
Further information will be available in November 2017.