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1.4 Identify legislation and other national policy documents that promote personalisation
Personalisation Across Government, the shared ambition is to put people first through a radical reform of public services. [ [ It will mean that people are able to live their own lives as they wish; confident that services are of high quality, are safe and promote their own individual needs for independence, well-being, and dignity. This holistic approach is set out in 'Putting people first: a
shared vision and commitment to the transformation of adult social care', the ministerial concordat launched on 10 December 2007. Personalisation of social care services Personalisation, including a strategic shift towards early intervention and prevention, will be the cornerstone of public services. This means that every person who receives support, whether provided by statutory services or funded by themselves, will have choice and control over the shape of that support in all care settings. The work on direct payments and individual budgets, alongside that of In Control, are crucial to delivering greater personalisation, choice and improved quality. They are not separate initiatives or fleeting experiments, but fundamental components of a future social care system. Introduction to personalisation Revised guidance on eligibility criteria for social care Published: 25 February 2010 This guidance is issued under section 7(1) of the Local Authority Social Services Act 1970 and replaces Fair access to care services - guidance on eligibility criteria for adult social care which was issued in 2003. This guidance will need to be applied from April 2010. Prioritising need in the context of Putting People First: a whole system approach to eligibility for social care - guidance on eligibility criteria for adult social care, England 2010 Putting People First personalisation toolkit Published: 2 June 2008 The Putting People First personalisation loolkit is now available to support councils and their partners in their work to achieve the changes set out in Putting People First. ]
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