Advocacy for people with a learning disability or autism

Kate Mercer Training made this Rhyddid Gwybodaeth request to Derby City Council

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Kate Mercer Training

Dear Derby City Council,

We are working on a funded review of advocacy for people with a learning disability and autistic people who are inpatients in mental health, learning disability or autism specialist hospitals.

Part of this review is to find out what advocacy is being commissioned and delivered across England.

We would be very grateful if you could tell us the following information about your local area:

1. Please tell us the name of the organisation/s who is commissioned to deliver the following types of statutory independent advocacy:
1.1 Independent Mental Health Advocacy
1.2 Advocacy under the Care Act
1.3 Independent Mental Capacity Advocacy (including DoLS)

2. Please tell us the name of any organisation(s) that you commission to deliver any type of advocacy for the following groups. (This could include self advocacy support, community advocacy, peer advocacy).

2.1 children and young people who have a learning disability or autism in the community (for instance to prevent admission to hospital, or through the C(E)TR process)
2.2 adults who have a learning disability and or autism in the community (for instance to prevent admission to hospital, or through the C(E)TR process)
2.2 children and young people who have a learning disability or autism who are in inpatient settings (informal or formal patients)
2.3 adults who have a learning disability or autism who are in inpatient settings (informal or formal patients)
2.4 where a person is in segregation (or subject to any other restrictive practice)

3. Please tell us the name of any organisation(s) that you commission to deliver any type of advocacy to support parents or carers of children, young people or adults who have a learning disability and or autism.

4. Please tell us how many people with a learning disability and or autism who were detained under the Mental Health Act used the IMHA service between 1st April 2019 and 31st March 2020.

Thank you for your help. This information will be used to inform the review findings and influence decisions on how to improve the impact of advocacy.

Yours faithfully,

Kate Mercer

FOI, Derby City Council

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Dear Kate,

I acknowledge your request for information received on 8/10/21 about
'Advocacy for people with a learning disability or autism'.

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Dear Kate, 
 
Thank you for your request received 08/10/2021 under the Freedom of
Information Act 2000 for information about 'Advocacy for people with a
learning disability or autism'. 
 
The 20 working day deadline to send you the response was by 05/11/2021.

Unfortunately, it is taking the Council longer than expected to deal with
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Kate Mercer Training

Dear Derby City Council,

Thank you for your response.

I can see that you have replied that "The responsibility to access advocacy for people detained in hospital under the mental health act lies with NHS not the local authority".

I wonder if I could ask for this to be reviewed.

My understanding is that responsibility lies with the Local Authority in which the hospital is. It might be helpful if I refer to the Mental Health Act Code of Practice which tells us:

6.6 To ensure that IMHA services reflect the diversity of the local population and that they are as independent as possible, they are commissioned by local authorities, as follows:
• for detained patients, by the local authority for the area in which the hospital in which they are detained is located
• for community treatment order (CTO) patients, by the local authority for the area in which their responsible hospital is located
• for people subject to guardianship, by the local authority which is acting as the guardian or, if the patient has a private guardian, by the local authority for the area in which the private guardian lives.

Could you let me know which advocacy service is commisioned to provide this support? Or if this is actually commissioned by the CCG?

Yours faithfully,
Kate Mercer
Kate Mercer Training

FOI, Derby City Council

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Dear Kate,

Thank you for your internal review request.

In accordance with our FOI & EIR complaints procedure your complaint will be allocated to our investigating officer to carry out the internal review.

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Dear Kate,

The service has advised we do not have specialist hospitals in our area which is why our response is 'information not held'.

Service advice is:

"I have reviewed my response and believe it is correct due to the fact that within the city we do not have a specialist hospital for people with learning disability.

This means that any admissions are out of area. The arrangement is that the health case manager would therefore source advocacy. It may be that they contact the local authority for support but derby city council would not be involved in this discussion".

Please confirm if you still require an internal review?

Yours sincerely.

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Kate Mercer Training

Dear FOI team,

Thanks for this reply and confirming there are no specialist hospitals for people with a learning disability or autism within Derby city.

I'm still a little confused though as I imagine that people with a learning disability or autism may still be detained under the Mental Health Act on non specialist wards or hospitals?

Also, if people with a learning disability and or autism are placed out of area within Derby, then the responsibility for commissioning IMHA support still rests with Derby (as per the Mental Health Act, Code of Practice)

I am still therefore looking for details of who the IMHA provider is. Could you confirm this detail and if it is the local authority that commissions this service (or NHS/CCG?)

Many thanks
Kate

Yours sincerely,

Kate Mercer Training

FOI, Derby City Council

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Dear Kate,

 

The investigating officer internal review decision is as follows:

 

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|Internal Review |
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|Date internal review/complaint received|31/12/21 |
|from applicant | |
|---------------------------------------+--------------------------------|
|Applicant internal review/complaint |See details below |
|reasons | |
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|Investigating Officer Internal Review Assessment & Decision |
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| 1. Request dealt with under correct |Yes, the request was not for |
| legislation - FOIA |environmental information. |
|-------------------------------------+----------------------------------|
| 2. Request processed within the |No.  The statutory 20 working day |
| statutory timescales? |response deadline was 05/11/2021. |
| |The response was sent on |
| |31/12/2021. |
| | |
| |  |
| | |
| |We apologise that the statutory |
| |response deadline was not met.  |
| |This was due to the workload of |
| |the department responsible for |
| |providing the information and the |
| |FOI Team. |
|-------------------------------------+----------------------------------|
| 3. Information not held response |Yes, the request was about |
| correctly applied? |advocacy for people with a |
| |learning disability and autistic |
| |people who are inpatients in |
| |mental health, learning disability|
| |or autism specialist hospitals. |
| | |
| |  |
| | |
| |The service responsible for |
| |providing information confirmed we|
| |do not have specialist hospitals |
| |in our area which is why the |
| |response is 'information not |
| |held'. |
| | |
| |  |
|-------------------------------------+----------------------------------|
| 4. Applicant received advice and |Yes, progress update was sent to |
| assistance/informed about any |applicant on 05/11/2021 about the |
| delays. |delay. |
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| 5. 31/12/21 Applicant internal review reasons: |
| |
|  |
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|Thank you for your response. |4/1/22 Council clarification & |
| |advice provided … |
|I can see that you have replied that | |
|"The responsibility to access |  |
|advocacy for people detained in | |
|hospital under the mental health act |The service has advised we do not |
|lies with NHS not the local |have specialist hospitals in our |
|authority". |area which is why our response is |
| |'information not held'. |
|  | |
| |  |
|I wonder if I could ask for this to | |
|be reviewed. |Service advice is: |
| | |
|  |  |
| | |
|My understanding is that |"I have reviewed my response and |
|responsibility lies with the Local |believe it is correct due to the |
|Authority in which the hospital is. |fact that within the city we do |
| It might be helpful if I refer to |not have a specialist hospital for|
|the Mental Health Act Code of |people with learning disability. |
|Practice which tells us: | |
| |  |
|  | |
| |This means that any admissions are|
|6.6 To ensure that IMHA services |out of area. The arrangement is |
|reflect the diversity of the local |that the health case manager would|
|population and that they are as |therefore source advocacy. It may |
|independent as possible, they are |be that they contact the local |
|commissioned by local authorities, as|authority for support but derby |
|follows: |city council would not be involved|
| |in this discussion". |
|  | |
| |  |
|• for detained patients, by the local| |
|authority for the area in which the |Please confirm if you still |
|hospital in which they are detained |require an internal review? |
|is located | |
| |  |
|  | |
| | |
|• for community treatment order (CTO)| |
|patients, by the local authority for | |
|the area in which their responsible | |
|hospital is located | |
| | |
|  | |
| | |
|• for people subject to guardianship,| |
|by the local authority which is | |
|acting as the guardian or, if the | |
|patient has a private guardian, by | |
|the local authority for the area in | |
|which the private guardian lives. | |
| | |
|  | |
| | |
|Could you let me know which advocacy | |
|service is commisioned to provide | |
|this support?  Or if this is actually| |
|commissioned by the CCG? | |
| | |
|  | |
|-------------------------------------+----------------------------------|
|5/1/22 Applicant clarification/ |Please see attached follow up |
|follow up questions: |questions response. |
| | |
|  | |
| | |
|Thanks for this reply and confirming | |
|there are no specialist hospitals for| |
|people with a learning disability or | |
|autism within Derby city. | |
| | |
|  | |
| | |
|I'm still a little confused though as| |
|I imagine that people with a learning| |
|disability or autism may still be | |
|detained under the Mental Health Act | |
|on non specialist wards or hospitals?| |
| | |
|  | |
| | |
|Also, if people with a learning | |
|disability and or autism are placed | |
|out of area within Derby, then the | |
|responsibility for commissioning IMHA| |
|support still rests with Derby (as | |
|per the Mental Health Act, Code of | |
|Practice) | |
| | |
|  | |
| | |
|I am still therefore looking for | |
|details of who the IMHA provider is. | |
|Could you confirm this detail and if | |
|it is the local authority that | |
|commissions this service (or | |
|NHS/CCG?) | |
|-------------------------------------+----------------------------------|
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Yours sincerely,

 

 

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