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Needs assessments and social care provision for working age adults with a learning disability

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Dear Greenwich Borough Council,

Under the Freedom of Information Act 2000, I kindly request the following information on needs assessments for working age adults with a learning disability and social care provision (as set out in Section 8 of the Care Act 2014) provided for working age adults with a learning disability.

Where questions refer to ‘learning disability’, please include individuals with ‘learning disability’ as their primary support reason.

1. How many working-age adults (aged 18-64) with a learning disability were refused an assessment for adult social care in:

a. 2018/19

b. 2017/18

c. 2016/17

d. 2015/16

e. 2014/15

2. In 2018/19, from the date of their first request for an initial assessment for adult social care, or from the date when the LA first became aware that an assessment was required, how many working-age adults (aged 18-64) with a learning disability had to wait:

a. Over 6 weeks for an assessment to be completed

b. Over 12 weeks for an assessment to be completed

c. Over 24 weeks for an assessment to be completed

d. Please also provide answers to 2(a) to 2(c) for the following years:

i. 2017/18

ii. 2016/17

iii. 2015/16

iv. 2014/15

3. In 2018/19, from the date of their first request for an initial assessment for adult social care, or from the date when the LA first became aware that an assessment was required, how many working-age adults (aged 18-64) had to wait:

a. Over 6 weeks for an assessment to be completed

b. Over 12 weeks for an assessment to be completed

c. Over 24 weeks for an assessment to be completed

d. Please also provide answers to 3(a) to 3(c) for the following years:

i. 2017/18

ii. 2016/17

iii. 2015/16

iv. 2014/15

4. How many working-age adults (aged 18-64) with a learning disability had an assessment for adult social care which identified eligible needs in the following years?

a. 2018/19

b. 2017/18

c. 2016/17

d. 2015/16

e. 2014/15

5. Of the adults identified in questions 4(a) to 4(e) how many were not having all of their eligible needs met after:

a. 6 weeks

b. 12 weeks

c. 24 weeks

6. In 2018/19, how many working-age adults (aged 18-64) with a learning disability had an assessment for adult social care which resulted in no services being provided?

If data is not available for 2018/19, please supply the information for the most recent year that data is available for. Please exclude those who received no services for the reason ‘deceased’.

Yours faithfully,

James Robinson

foi, Greenwich Borough Council

Dear Mr Robinson

 

Freedom of Information request:  FOI-35423

 

Thank you for your request dated 20 December 2019

 

Your request will be answered by 22 January 2020

 

If you have any queries about this request, please contact me, quoting the
reference number above.

 

Yours sincerely,

 

Jackie Jago

Head of Corporate Services

Corporate Services

Directorate of Communities & Environment

Royal Borough of Greenwich

 

' 020 8921 5044

*   3^rd Floor, The Woolwich Centre, 35 Wellington Street, London, SE18
6HQ

8 www.royalgreenwich.gov.uk

 

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dangos adrannau a ddyfynnir

foi, Greenwich Borough Council

Dear Mr Robinson

 

Freedom of Information request:  FOI-35423

 

Thank you for your request dated 20 December 2019

 

Our response is as follows:

 

Under the Freedom of Information Act 2000, I kindly request the following
information on needs assessments for working age adults with a learning
disability and social care provision (as set out in Section 8 of the Care
Act 2014) provided for working age adults with a learning disability.

 

Where questions refer to ‘learning disability’, please include individuals
with ‘learning disability’ as their primary support reason.

 

1. How many working-age adults (aged 18-64) with a learning disability
were refused an assessment for adult social care in:

 

a. 2018/19  0

 

b. 2017/18  0

 

c. 2016/17 0

 

d. 2015/16 0

 

e. 2014/15 0

 

The Royal Borough of Greenwich do not refuse assessments.

 

2. In 2018/19, from the date of their first request for an initial
assessment for adult social care, or from the date when the LA first
became aware that an assessment was required, how many working-age adults
(aged 18-64) with a learning disability had to wait:

 

Please note the below include some transition cases which are a 2-year
programme:

 

a. Over 6 weeks for an assessment to be completed   31

 

b. Over 12 weeks for an assessment to be completed  25

 

c. Over 24 weeks for an assessment to be completed  15

 

d. Please also provide answers to 2(a) to 2(c) for the following years:

 

i.                 2017/18

 

a. Over 6 weeks for an assessment to be completed 28
b. Over 12 weeks for an assessment to be completed 22
c. Over 24 weeks for an assessment to be completed 11

 

ii.                2016/17

a. Over 6 weeks for an assessment to be completed 35
b. Over 12 weeks for an assessment to be completed 28
c. Over 24 weeks for an assessment to be completed 18

 

iii.               2015/16

a. Over 6 weeks for an assessment to be completed 30
b. Over 12 weeks for an assessment to be completed 28
c. Over 24 weeks for an assessment to be completed 16

 

iv.               2014/15

a. Over 6 weeks for an assessment to be completed 23
b. Over 12 weeks for an assessment to be completed 13
c. Over 24 weeks for an assessment to be completed 6

 

 

3. In 2018/19, from the date of their first request for an initial
assessment for adult social care, or from the date when the LA first
became aware that an assessment was required, how many working-age adults
(aged 18-64) had to wait:

 

Please note the below include some transition cases which are a 2-year
programme:

 

a. Over 6 weeks for an assessment to be completed 129

 

b. Over 12 weeks for an assessment to be completed  71

 

c. Over 24 weeks for an assessment to be completed  30

 

 

d. Please also provide answers to 3(a) to 3(c) for the following years:

 

i.                 2017/18

a. Over 6 weeks for an assessment to be completed 167
b. Over 12 weeks for an assessment to be completed 109
c. Over 24 weeks for an assessment to be completed 43

 

ii.                2016/17

a. Over 6 weeks for an assessment to be completed 143
b. Over 12 weeks for an assessment to be completed 88
c. Over 24 weeks for an assessment to be completed 36

 

iii.               2015/16

a. Over 6 weeks for an assessment to be completed 112
b. Over 12 weeks for an assessment to be completed 62
c. Over 24 weeks for an assessment to be completed 28

 

iv.               2014/15

a. Over 6 weeks for an assessment to be completed 80
b. Over 12 weeks for an assessment to be completed 47
c. Over 24 weeks for an assessment to be completed 16

 

4. How many working-age adults (aged 18-64) with a learning disability had
an assessment for adult social care which identified eligible needs in the
following years?

 

a. 2018/19  33

 

b. 2017/18   29

 

c. 2016/17  37

 

d. 2015/16  36

 

e. 2014/15  34

 

5. Of the adults identified in questions 4(a) to 4(e) how many were not
having all of their eligible needs met after:

 

 a. 6 weeks

2018/19 2017/18 2016/17 2015/16 2014/15
1 0 6 3 4

 

 b. 12 weeks

2018/19 2017/18 2016/17 2015/16 2014/15
1 0 2 1 1

 

 c. 24 weeks

2018/19 2017/18 2016/17 2015/16 2014/15
0 0 0 0 0

 

 

6. In 2018/19, how many working-age adults (aged 18-64) with a learning
disability had an assessment for adult social care which resulted in no
services being provided?  11

 

 

If data is not available for 2018/19, please supply the information for
the most recent year that data is available for. Please exclude those who
received no services for the reason ‘deceased’.

 

 

If you have any queries about this correspondence, please contact me,
quoting the reference number above.

 

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Generally, the ICO cannot make a decision unless you have exhausted the
Internal Review procedure provided by the Council. You can contact the ICO
by emailing [1][email address], or by post at Customer Contact,
Information Commissioner's Office, Wycliffe House, Water Lane, Wilmslow,
SK9 5AF.

 

Yours sincerely,

 

Jackie Jago

Head of Corporate Services

Corporate Services

Directorate of Communities & Environment

Royal Borough of Greenwich

 

' 020 8921 5044

*   3^rd Floor, The Woolwich Centre, 35 Wellington Street, London, SE18
6HQ

8 www.royalgreenwich.gov.uk

 

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From: Karen Wise On Behalf Of foi
Sent: 20 December 2019 11:34
To: 'James Robinson' <[FOI #629689 email]>
Cc: foi <[Greenwich Borough Council request email]>
Subject: FOI-35423: Freedom of Information request - Needs assessments and
social care provision for working age adults with a learning disability

 

Dear Mr Robinson

 

Freedom of Information request:  FOI-35423

 

Thank you for your request dated 20 December 2019

 

Your request will be answered by 22 January 2020

 

If you have any queries about this request, please contact me, quoting the
reference number above.

 

Yours sincerely,

 

Jackie Jago

Head of Corporate Services

Corporate Services

Directorate of Communities & Environment

Royal Borough of Greenwich

 

' 020 8921 5044

*   3^rd Floor, The Woolwich Centre, 35 Wellington Street, London, SE18
6HQ

8 www.royalgreenwich.gov.uk

 

ü Please consider the environment before printing this email

 

 

 

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Nid ydym yn gwybod a yw'r ymateb mwyaf diweddar i'r cais hwn yn cynnwys gwybodaeth neuai peidio - os chi ywJames Robinson mewngofnodwch a gadael i bawb wybod.