Efficiency resources

This page contains current external resources to support greater efficiency.


Six Steps to Managing Demand – Institute of Public Care

A report from the Institute of Public Care (IPC) at Oxford Brookes University highlights how taking a performance management approach can help Councils deliver outcomes and better manage demand in adult social care.  The report draws on evidence from the LGA Adult Social Care Efficiency work as well as the work of IPC.

Six Steps to Managing Demand: executive summary
To request a full copy of the report please contact ipc@brookes.ac.uk


Personalisation, prevention and wellbeing, what difference are we making? – ADASS East of England Prevention and Personalisation Network

The East of England Prevention and Personalisation Network has pulled together examples of service improvement initiatives and strengths based approaches being developed by councils in the region. It is acknowledged that traditional services are not always the best solution and often we can seek to support a person in a different way which will prevent the need for long term care and improve a person’s independence and wellbeing.


Making it Real: how to do personalised care and support

Making it Real: how to do personalised care and support is a framework and a set of statements that describe what good, citizen-focused, personalised care and support look like from the point of view of people themselves.