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7th June 2021
Dear Carl Cross Freedom of Information Act 2000
Your request for information has been considered by Warwickshire County Council
under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.
I can confirm that some the information you have requested is held by Warwickshire
However, please be advised we are unable to provide all of the information you have
requested. This is because some of information is not held by Warwickshire County
Please see below for further details and explanation.
You asked us: Mental Health Recovery & Reablement Commissioned Social Care Services.
Under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 please supply the following
information about your Reablement provision for citizens with mental health
1. Does the Council offer Mental Health Recovery and Reablement services
commissioned by Social Care?
Yes, through close working with local NHS provider Coventry and Warwickshire
Partnership NHS Trust (CWPT) and through the commissioning of mental health and
emotional wellbeing support services commissioned by Warwickshire County Council
(WCC) that contribute towards recovery in the community. These are funded wholly or
partly by both Adult Social Care Mental Health.
2. Are the services delivered in house or by external / independent supplier/s?
Through a Section 75 partnership agreement, WCC mental health staff are seconded to
an external provider trust (CWPT) for the provision of mental health care, treatment, and
Commissioned mental health and emotional wellbeing services are delivered by
external providers. 3. If external / independent, please name the supplier(s)?
Please see the Q3 tab of the Excel spreadsheet ‘FoI_6778152_ResponseDoc’ attached
to our covering e-mail.
4. How many service users accessed reablement and recovery service(s) in: - 2018/19? - 2019/20? - 2020/21?
Please see the Q4 tab of the Excel spreadsheet ‘FoI_6778152_ResponseDoc’ attached
to our covering e-mail.
5. What is the average time a service user spends receiving Mental Health
recovery and reablement services?
This information is not recorded and held by Warwickshire County Council.
Please note: Individuals accessing support from these services, and the time spent with
the user, is dependent on their needs, so this can vary between user and service.
6. What is the social care annual spend on these services in:
Please note: The social care annual spend has remained the same in each of the
financial years above.
7. Is your Mental Health recovery & reablement provision a standalone service or
is it part of a framework?
The provision is not a standalone service and are individually commissioned.
This is not relevant for services delivered under the S75 agreement.
8. What KPIs (Key performance Indicators) are used for the service / the service is
Please see the Q8 tab of the Excel spreadsheet ‘FoI_6778152_ResponseDoc’ attached
to our covering e-mail.
9. What Recovery & Reablement Tools are used?
The tools used by the services include:
• Outcome star model with the following domains: Managing mental health, Physical
health and self-care, living skills, Social networks, Work, Relationships, Addictive
behaviour, Responsibilities, Identity and self-esteem, and Trust and hope.
• Short Warwick-Edinburgh Mental Wellbeing scale (WEMWBS) to monitor wellbeing.
• Work and Social Adjustment Scale (WSAS).
• Co-production and co-delivery of services.
• Education, awareness raising, and information and advice sharing.
• Developing and implementing a mental health and wellbeing support plan.
• Peer-support and social contact.
• Signposting to other services.
10. What if any MH specialist clinical posts are within the contracted service
One of the key partners to the commissioned services is an NHS mental health Trust
therefore sessions may be co-delivered with specialist staff.
Seconded staff are majority specialist and/or qualified professionals e.g. AMHPs, Social
Workers, and Nurses.
11. Who is the lead commissioner for these services - please provide name and
Strategy and Commissioning Manager (Health & Wellbeing).
Mental Health Specialist Social Care Transitions Service.
Please supply the following information about your Transition provision for
citizens with mental health needs:
12. Does the council commission a social care transitions service for young
people aged 16-25 with a primary support reason of mental health?
Please note: There is an internal disability-led service delivered in-house and not
commissioned. The primary support reason for people accessing the service is
disability, of which mental health may feature as part of the individual’s need.
13. If Yes, please detail the number of services: * delivered in house? * delivered by external / Independent supplier/s?
14. If external / independent, please name the supplier(s)?
15. How many service users accessed transition service(s) in: - 2018/19? - 2019/20? - 2020/21?
16. What is the average time a service user spends receiving the specialist social
care Mental Health transition services in: - 2018/19? - 2019/20? - 2020/21?
17. What is the annual spend on the transitions?
18. Is this provision a standalone service or is it part of a framework?
19. What KPIs (Key performance Indicators) are used for the service / the service
is measured against?
20. Please detail the commissioning contact for the service(s)? Name: Role: Email: Tel:
Not included as services not commissioned.
21. If you do not have this service but are developing a service for young people
with a mental health primary support need, we would be interested in finding out
more and sharing information and ideas regarding our plans.
WCC is currently working with partners to review the 0-25 pathway for mental health.
This work is currently in progress.
22. Please detail the key contact for Mental Health social care commissioning.
Name: Paula Mawson - Strategy and Commissioning Manager (Health & Wellbeing).
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