Eleven councils have joined the 'Just Right' project - a national initiative funded by NHS England to develop sustainable services for adults with learning disabilities, without compromising on the quality of care.
The project, which officially launched at the National Children and Adult Services (NCAS) Conference in Manchester, brings together the NHS, industry and eleven local authorities to accelerate the uptake of innovative technology and work-practice, and ensure the level of support is 'Just Right': not too little, not too much.
Working with KPMG, University of Birmingham, person-centred care specialists Helen Sanderson Associates and technology provider Just Checking, the local authorities will be supported to:
• improve outcomes for service users
• develop more sustainable services, with training for care providers
• identify and realise significant efficiency savings
• build concrete evidence and a model for...