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Social care support reform: summary of discussion paper responses

Published: 12 Jun 2019
Community Health and Social Care Directorate
Part of:
Health and social care

Analysis of responses to the joint discussion paper from Scottish Government and COSLA on building a national programme to support adult social care reform.

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Social care support reform: summary of discussion paper responses
Annex B – Questionnaire

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Annex B – Questionnaire

Adult social care reform for Scotland – discussion paper

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Question 1
Is there a key issue or opportunity in the current adult social care system that is not included in Annex 1 and that you believe should be added? If so, please give details here.

Question 2
In your view, what should the shared vision/common outcomes for adult social care be?

How should the vision/outcomes be developed?

How will the vision/outcomes be realised?

How would success be measured?

Question 3
What should the priorities for the national programme be in the short, medium and long term, taking into consideration the suggestions presented throughout this paper and the material at Annex 1?

Short term priorities:

Medium term priorities:

Long term priorities:

Question 4
What potential pitfalls do you see arising in the development and implementation of the national programme?

Question 5
What would you wish to see in the refreshed Implementation Plan for self-directed support 2019-2021? (e.g. what barriers or enablers could be addressed at national level to support what you are doing locally?)

Question 6
Are you undertaking any specific work around the indicators in the change map for self-directed support (at Annex 1) that you would like to publicise and that others could learn from?

Question 7
Within your wider work on health and social care integration, does your organisation have established mechanisms for adult social care improvement that the national programme should engage with? (Or if you are an individual, are you involved with anything of that sort?)

How can the national programme enable partners across local and national levels to work together to establish collective leadership for the programme?

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