Proposed decision: To tender for a new contract to deliver community based services for Older People and People Living with Dementia.
How the decision relates to Corporate Objectives:
This proposed new contract directly relates to the Council’s Strategic Outcome regarding older people and vulnerable residents are safe and supported with choices to live independently and underpins the Promoting Wellbeing element of the Council’s Your Life Your Wellbeing strategy. The new contract will deliver a range of services and support that are asset based, promote wellbeing, increase resilience and prevent or delay people entering into formal health and social care systems. It will provide information and advice, help people find the support they require and connect people to their communities.
Decision type: Key
Reason Key: Expenditure or savings of more than £1m;
Decision status: Abandoned
Division affected: (All Division);
Notice of proposed decision first published: 26/06/2017
Decision due: Not before 25th Jul 2017 by Cabinet Member for Adult Social Care and Public Health
Reason: in order that the proposed decision can be published for a minimum of 28 days, in accordance with statutory requirements
Lead member: Cabinet Member for Adult Social Care and Public Health
Lead director: Mark Lobban
Department: Social Care, Health & Wellbeing
Contact: Samantha Sheppard, Senior Commissioner Tel: 03000 415488 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
This proposed decision will be discussed at the Adult Social Cabinet Committee on 20July 2017 and the outcome of that meeting included in the decision paperwork which the Cabinet Member will be asked to sign.
Other consultation planned or undertaken:
Public Consultation is being undertaken between 9June and 21 July 2017.
Financial implications: The contract is expected to have an annual value of £4,998,688. This funding is currently invested in annual grants to voluntary sector providers. These will be ended in order for the contract to be put in place. However, it is possible that investment from public health and Clinical Commissioning Groups may increase its value. We may also seek to increase the value of the contract over it’s lifetime, by adding additional related services to the contract specification.
Legal implications: TUPE may apply and legal advice will be sought as appropriate.
Equalities implications: An Equality Impact Assessment has identified a high impact on older people. Adverse impacts which include the ending of current funded services will be balanced by a positive impact of re-investing in universal services through a contract that will have a single point of contact and delivery network.