Supporting communities to be self-sufficient

Resilient communities are self-sufficient and have the resources and capabilities to meet their collective needs and flourish. They are safe, sustainable and interdependent on each other; supporting vulnerable children and adults to remain in their communities for longer and realise their goals. Early local intervention focused on maximising independence is central to achieving this. Public services in the future will need to come together to focus their expertise and resources, work with the Voluntary Community and Social Enterprise Sector; enabling and supporting more people to volunteer and play an active role in their communities, and to improve lives. This will reduce the current unsustainable levels of demand and expenditure on the state.

Support for families and keeping children safe

Looked After Children
Monitoring
31 Dec 17
54.9
 
Monitoring
Children with Child Protection Plans
Monitoring
31 Dec 17
31.3
 
Monitoring

Volunteering

Volunteering in council provided services
Monitoring
31 Dec 17
22,730
 
Monitoring

Keeping communities clean

% of household waste sent for reuse, recycling and composting
Monitoring
31 Dec 17
54.1
 
Monitoring
% of inspections falling below the acceptable standard for detritus
Succeeding
30 Sep 17
20.00
 
Succeeding
% of inspections falling below the acceptable standard for litter
Succeeding
30 Sep 17
9.7
 
Succeeding

People are supported to stay in their local communities

Proportion of adults (aged 18-64) with learning disabilities who live in their own home or with their family.
Succeeding
31 Mar 17
81.20
 
Succeeding
% of Adult Social Service users who have as much social contact as they would like
Monitoring
31 Mar 17
48.6
 
Monitoring
Delayed transfer from hospital
Succeeding
31 Dec 17
0.77
 
Succeeding

Adults entering paid for care

Permanent admissions of adults (aged 65+) into residential/nursing care homes, per 100,000 population
Succeeding
31 Dec 17
317.70
 
Succeeding
Permanent admissions to residential and nursing care homes per 100,000 population for those aged 18-64
Succeeding
31 Dec 17
5.6
 
Succeeding

Adult Social Care - user feedback

Quality of life rating
Monitoring
31 Mar 17
19.60
 
Monitoring
Adult Social Service users who feel safe
Monitoring
31 Mar 17
74.20
 
Monitoring
Control over daily life
Monitoring
31 Mar 17
78.90
 
Monitoring