Getting the most out of MyPlan

Closed 6 Mar 2020

Opened 26 Feb 2020

Results expected 6 Mar 2020

Overview

A message from Sue Coldham, Operations Manager, Lifelong Services

Dear Colleagues,

I hope that you have either already attended one of the NDTi facilitated Community Led Support sessions or are booked on to one soon. These will give you an overview about how we are working to embed Strengths Based practice – I know this is a way that many of you are already working, so hopefully this is something to help us on our way rather than something completely new.
We have also made the decision to start using My Plan for new assessments and re-assessments of LLS Adult customers from 1 April who will need a Personal Budget. We will use the Wellbeing Conversations where needs can fully be met through information, advice, signposting or community support.
My Plan is very much aligned with the principles of Community Led Support and will be embedded within the new Well-being Workflow across Lifelong Services, Adults.
You
should have booked onto Practice and Process training for this; I hope you have also booked into one of the local briefings that are running on 2nd March, 9.30 – 11 at Phoenix Centre, 4th March, 9.30 – 11 at Main Conference Room, Horsham, 4th March, 12.30 – 2 at Conference Room 1, Centenary House. 

In advance of the local team briefings in the first week of March, I would be grateful if you could complete this short survey on My Plan by 28th Feb.  It should take no longer than 10 minutes and you can leave comments. I know this is not giving you much time, but I would find it really helpful to have your feedback before the briefings start.

Sue Coldham

Operations Manager, Lifelong Services (Adults)

Areas

  • All Areas

Audiences

  • West Sussex County Council Staff

Interests

  • Adults Social Care
  • Childrens Social Care
  • Day Centre Services
  • Learning Disability Day Services
  • Reablement Services
  • Self-funders - Adult Social Care
  • Sensory Services
  • Substance Misuse
  • Child exploitation
  • Carers
  • Young carers
  • Fostering