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Demand for learning disability placements

Natalia Lysiuk made this Rhyddid Gwybodaeth request to Bury Metropolitan Borough Council

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Dear Bury Metropolitan Borough Council,

I am looking for information as to the authorities prediction of the number of required placements over next 12 months, for adults with LD, and ASD in the following service types:
* Supported Living
* Residential Care

Yours faithfully,

Natalia Lysiuk

Customer Contact Team, Bury Metropolitan Borough Council

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We're sorry for any inconvenience this may cause, and we hope you understand that we need to give priority to our essential services but, if you are dissatisfied, we would advise you to re-submit the request in 3-6 months when we may be in a position to confirm our response.

Kind Regards

Bury Council Customer Contact team
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dangos adrannau a ddyfynnir

FOI, Bury Metropolitan Borough Council

2 Atodiad

Dear Requestor,

 

Request for Information - Freedom of Information Act 2000 (FOIA)

 

I confirm receipt of your freedom of information request, your case
reference number is: FOI (insert), please quote this number should you
need to contact us in relation to this matter in the future.
                                

In accordance with FOI Act you will receive a response within 20 working
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  Bury Council Freedom of
Information team
 
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dangos adrannau a ddyfynnir

FOI, Bury Metropolitan Borough Council

3 Atodiad

Dear Requestor,

 

Request for Information - Freedom of Information Act 2000 FOI-12862.

 

I write further to your e-mail received by the Council on 12/03/2021.

Please be advised that a decision on this request has not yet been reached
and that under the provisions of Section 10(3) of FOIA, the Council will
require additional time to fully consider this request.

 

You should receive a response by 07/05/2021.

 

Should you have any queries, please contact us by email.

 

Yours sincerely

 

Freedom of Information

Customer Contact Team        

 

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Subject: FOI-12862

 

Dear Requestor,

 

Request for Information - Freedom of Information Act 2000 (FOIA)

 

I confirm receipt of your freedom of information request, your case
reference number is: FOI (insert), please quote this number should you
need to contact us in relation to this matter in the future.
                                

In accordance with FOI Act you will receive a response within 20 working
days     from the date we received your request.  If this is not possible,
you will be advised accordingly.

 

Regards

 

   

[2]bylogo12  

  Bury Council Freedom of
Information team
 
[3]www.bury.gov.uk/FOI  
      

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

dangos adrannau a ddyfynnir

FOI, Bury Metropolitan Borough Council

2 Atodiad

Ref 12862 Lysiuk

 

Dear Requestor

Request for Information - Freedom of Information Act 2000 (FOIA)

In response to your Freedom of Information request, the Council’s response
to your request is as follows.

Request.

I am looking for information as to the authority’s prediction of the
number of required placements over next 12 months, for adults with LD, and
ASD in the following service types:

 

* Supported Living

* Residential Care

 

Response.

It is not possible to predict exact figures for the number of people
requiring supported living or residential care placements over the next 12
months. This is because each person will have an Adult Care Assessment as
they come through the transitions pathway to determine their assessed
needs under The Care Act and whether they meet the eligibility criteria. 
If a person with a Learning Disability or Autistic Spectrum Disorder
requires care and support once they have been assessed, we take into
consideration their individual wishes in terms of how they would like to
be supported or follow the Mental Capacity Act to conduct Best Interest
Decisions should they not have capacity to make or express this choice for
themselves.

We have people who are already adults whose needs change throughout the
year and require a change to the type of placement where they are
supported, i.e., they may step up to residential care or step down to
supported living.

We also have people living with families who may wish to live
independently or families, for whatever reason, can no longer support the
person with care needs within the family home. Again, we cannot predict
this and therefore cannot make a forecast as to how many placements may
result from such circumstances.

 

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Regards

 

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  Bury Council Freedom of Information team

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