ASC Service Specification – final draft for feedback
For review by Cheshire East Parent Carer Forum steering group in advance of the steering group meeting on 14/05/2019
This document is the final draft of the service specification that has been drawn up by Workstream B, in response to the Ofsted / CQC inspection & resultant Written Statement of Action.
Since it was written they have received the following feedback / comments that have yet to be included in the document:
Comments received and incorporated from:
- Dr Lesley Bayliss, Clinical Lead (Women & Children at ECCCG)
- Dr Nichola Bishop, Clinical Lead (Women & Children at SCVRCCG)
- Andy Mills, Senior Commissioning Manager, Adult Social Care and Health/ Interim PSTP Preventing Poor Mental Health Prog Lead
- Cheryl Knupfer, Stockport Autism Team/Cheshire East Council
- Jo Vitta, Commissioning Manager SCVRCCG
- Jamaila Tausif, Associate Director SCVRCCG
- Jacky Forster, Director Cheshire East Council
- Nicola West, Principal Educational Psychologist and Teaching Teams Manager, Cheshire East Council
- Dave Leadbetter, Head of Children’s Commissioning, Cheshire East Council
- Penny Hughes, DCO Eastern and South Cheshire CCGs
- Gill Tyler, DCO Vale Royal CCG
- Ian Donegani, Head of SEND, Cheshire East Council
Other general comments that have not yet been included:
- Let’s give it a snappy title East Cheshire Integrates Autism Service (ECIAS)
- Include something about Safeguarding procedures in Standards
- I think we need to discuss this age range to reconcile NICE guidance and LA requirements
- The spec should be 0-25 years
- What about social care – not sure we have considered a SW in the pathway
- We need co-training with parents
- Important to mention training workforces and Cheshire East as a community as suggested in the strategy
- Reference to care planning (not only social care) but about anyone in a position to provide care (support) to family/person.
- Really good, especially when looked at with the pre and post pathways and looks like a functioning ‘system’
- A consistent approach is needed throughout key transitions from early years to primary, secondary and post 16 with flexibility around setting
- Positive behaviour therapy should not be ABA
- Include more on the co-production work with PCF and including the future work planned directly with young people
- Should we specify that all parents receive Cygnet training post diagnosis?
- Is there a TOMS type model that can be applied to autism?
- Can we apply risk matrix type approach adopted by SALT