Adult Social Care Services

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Dear Croydon Borough Council,

Under the Freedom of Information Act, I kindly request the
following information in relation to eligibility criteria and spending for adult social care services:

1. From 1st April 2011, what is your council’s set eligibility criteria banding for social care services, as set out in the statutory guidance; ‘Prioritising need in the context of Putting People First: A whole system approach to eligibility for social care. Guidance on Eligibility Criteria for Adult Social Care, England 2010’.

2. What was your council’s eligibility criterion banding for social care services on 1st April 2010?

3. What was the total spending on adult social care for the
following financial years:

i. 2005-06
ii. 2006-07
iii. 2007-08
iv. 2008-09
v. 2009-10
vi. 2010-11

4. What was the spending on adult social care for adults aged 18-65 with a learning disability, for the following financial years:

i. 2005-06
ii. 2006-07
iii. 2007-08
iv. 2008-09
v. 2009-10
vi. 2010-11

5. How much funding for adult social care has been allocated in the 2011-12 council budget?

6. Does the answer to question 3 include all additional funds for adult social care as announced in the Comprehensive Spending Review in October 2010?

7. How much funding will the council receive in 2010-11 of the additional £1bn on social care funding, announced in the
Comprehensive Spending Review in October 2010, from the NHS?

Thank you in advance for your assistance in the matter.

Yours faithfully,

Sophie Parr

Information, Croydon Borough Council

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Dear Ms Parr,

Thank you for your email dated 10 May 2011, in which you have requested
information in relation to eligibility criteria and spending for adult
social care services.

We are considering your request under the terms of the Freedom of
Information Act 2000, and hope to respond within the statutory 20 working
days.

In some circumstances a fee may be payable and if that is the case, either
myself or a colleague will let you know the likely charges before
proceeding.

If you have any queries about this email, please contact me. Please
remember to quote the reference number above in any future communications.

Yours sincerely

Lynda Fay

Information coordinator

Resources and customer services
Customer services and development
5th floor north east quadrant

Taberner House

Park Lane

Croydon CR9 IDH

Tel/Typetalk: 020 8726 6100 ext. 62741

Fax: 020 8760 5745

Minicom: 020 8760 5797

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From: Sophie Parr [mailto:[FOI #71067 email]]
Sent: 10- May- 11 17:35
To: Information
Subject: Freedom of Information request - Adult Social Care Services

Dear Croydon Borough Council,

Under the Freedom of Information Act, I kindly request the
following information in relation to eligibility criteria and
spending for adult social care services:

1. From 1st April 2011, what is your council's set eligibility
criteria banding for social care services, as set out in the
statutory guidance; `Prioritising need in the context of Putting
People First: A whole system approach to eligibility for social
care. Guidance on Eligibility Criteria for Adult Social Care,
England 2010'.

2. What was your council's eligibility criterion banding for social
care services on 1st April 2010?

3. What was the total spending on adult social care for the
following financial years:

i. 2005-06
ii. 2006-07
iii. 2007-08
iv. 2008-09
v. 2009-10
vi. 2010-11

4. What was the spending on adult social care for adults aged 18-65
with a learning disability, for the following financial years:

i. 2005-06
ii. 2006-07
iii. 2007-08
iv. 2008-09
v. 2009-10
vi. 2010-11

5. How much funding for adult social care has been allocated in the
2011-12 council budget?

6. Does the answer to question 3 include all additional funds for
adult social care as announced in the Comprehensive Spending Review
in October 2010?

7. How much funding will the council receive in 2010-11 of the
additional £1bn on social care funding, announced in the
Comprehensive Spending Review in October 2010, from the NHS?

Thank you in advance for your assistance in the matter.

Yours faithfully,

Sophie Parr

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Dear Ms Parr,

Please find enclosed the council's response to your Freedom of Information
request.

Yours sincerely,

Darren Shuster

Senior Complaints Resolution Officer (Statutory)

Complaint Resolution Team

Customer Strategy and Development

Resources and Customer Services Department

Tel: 020 8726 6000 Ext 65685

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From: Sophie Parr [mailto:[FOI #71067 email]]
Sent: 10 May 2011 17:35
To: Information
Subject: Freedom of Information request - Adult Social Care Services

Dear Croydon Borough Council,

Under the Freedom of Information Act, I kindly request the
following information in relation to eligibility criteria and
spending for adult social care services:

1. From 1st April 2011, what is your council's set eligibility
criteria banding for social care services, as set out in the
statutory guidance; `Prioritising need in the context of Putting
People First: A whole system approach to eligibility for social
care. Guidance on Eligibility Criteria for Adult Social Care,
England 2010'.

2. What was your council's eligibility criterion banding for social
care services on 1st April 2010?

3. What was the total spending on adult social care for the
following financial years:

i. 2005-06
ii. 2006-07
iii. 2007-08
iv. 2008-09
v. 2009-10
vi. 2010-11

4. What was the spending on adult social care for adults aged 18-65
with a learning disability, for the following financial years:

i. 2005-06
ii. 2006-07
iii. 2007-08
iv. 2008-09
v. 2009-10
vi. 2010-11

5. How much funding for adult social care has been allocated in the
2011-12 council budget?

6. Does the answer to question 3 include all additional funds for
adult social care as announced in the Comprehensive Spending Review
in October 2010?

7. How much funding will the council receive in 2010-11 of the
additional £1bn on social care funding, announced in the
Comprehensive Spending Review in October 2010, from the NHS?

Thank you in advance for your assistance in the matter.

Yours faithfully,

Sophie Parr

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