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The first joint Cambridgeshire and Peterborough adult social care market position statement identifies what we see as our ‘key pressures’ in adult social care. It also  highlights our commissioning intentions and ‘direction of travel’ for how we will address these issues.

We will update the market position statement as new information emerges.

Adults Market Position Statement

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Summary

Current spend on adult social care

Older people Learning disabilities Cross functions Mental health
Cambridgeshire £61, 891, 894 £61, 140, 593 £20, 868, 489 £6,411,746
Peterborough £12, 078, 036 £14, 907,489 £4, 645, 041 £1, 463, 464

Pressures

Peterborough

  • Lack of homecare provision in rural areas
  • Lack of appropriate care facilities for younger adults with complex care needs
  • Difficulty recruiting good quality nursing staff

Cambridge City and South Cambridgeshire

  • Homecare capacity
  • Shortage of Residential Dementia, Nursing and Nursing Dementia provision
  • Care workforce recruitment - high cost of living
  • Shortage of Personal Assistants

East Cambridgeshire

  • Significant shortage of Nursing and Nursing Dementia placements
  • Homecare capacity
  • Shortage of Personal Assistants

Fenland

  • Current and future supply of extra care accommodation
  • Shortage of Personal Assistants

Huntingdonshire

  • Homecare capacity
  • Nursing and Nursing Dementia placements
  • Current and future supply of extra care accommodation
  • Shortage of Personal Assistants

Direction of travel

There are four themes:

Increasing choice and control for customers

Including increasing the takeup of direct payments, rolling out preloaded payment cards, increasing the availability of personal assistants that can be employed to provide support using direct payments and involving service users in making choices about how their support is delivered.

Partnership working

This includes Cambridgeshire County Council and Peterborough City Council working more closely together, exploring further integration of services with the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Clinical Commissioning Group and other partnership groups.

Building community capacity and supporting micro-enterprises

Including providers working collaboratively with others in the community and supporting the development of small organisations which can offer flexible and localised care and support to residents.

Outcome based commissioning

This means exploring the outcomes that an individual would like to achieve, and commissioning services to meet these outcomes.

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