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Claire Thornton

Dear Kent County Council,

Please can you enclose a list of in house provisions used to support physically disabled people and their carers and the percentage of the total expenditure for in house provisions they recieve.

Please can you enclose a list of provisions for meeting the needs of carers who have completed a carers assessment both in house and direct payments. What is the total expenditure for meeting the needs assessed in individual carers assessments and how is it allocated?

What is the average, maximum and minimum spend , per carer, per year
What is the average, maximum and minimum spend, per disabled person in their own home per person per year
What is the average, maximum and minimum spend, per disabled person in residential care, per person per year.

What is the maximum number of hours support recieved by kcc for physically disabled people living in their own homes ?

How many calls per day are offered to continent people who cannot use a toilet unassisted.

What is the minimum number of times per day that a disabled person should have access to a toilet?

Is it acceptable for a carer to make a disabled person wait to use a toilet? If so, how long?

Please can you provide a current list of criteria for direct payments, how they are allocated, how they can be spent and how service users are informed of the permitted uses
Please can you also provide this information as it was in 2007/08 and 2011/12.

in what circumstances can social services insist that an adult physically disabled person with mental capacity is cared for in a residential home against the persons will? And against their main carers will?

What in house provisions are used to meet the needs of those with physical disabilities for
1) respite
2) domicillary care
3) daycare
4) carer breaks

How do you ensure that disabled people have a choice over the care they recieve and by whom?
When do you consult with service users and their carers in order to ensure that the services meet their needs?

 

Information request
Our reference: 7328669

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Dear Ms Thornton
 
Freedom of Information Act 2000
 
Thank you for your email which we received on 3 July 2019.
 
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