NW ADASS Sector Led Improvement Regional Account 2017
We are pleased to announce the publication of our NW ADASS SLI Regional Account 2017 Our commitment in 2016 was to develop a more flexible and dynamic sector led improvement programme and we have worked hard with our members to refine our approach, review methodology and governance structures, which in turn have strengthened our grip on the continuous improvement challenge across adult social care.
Building on the successful work in previous years, a refresh of branch governance and the development of a more robust approach to data and intelligence we aim to deliver a comprehensive and meaningful regional programme of activity in 2017/18 that supports the sector in times of financial difficulty.
This report aims to provide a brief overview of the past 12 months and capture our branch priorities for the year ahead.
NW ADASS Sector Led Improvement Regional Account 2017 – Appendix 2 : Council Improvement Profiles
NW ADASS Sector Led Improvement Regional Regional Account 2017 : Individual Council Improvement Profiles
NW ADASS Guide to Risk Awareness Tool
Click here to view our risk awareness tool.
NW ADASS Team to Team Peer Challenge Methodology
Through discussion and debate between the Executive Board and NW SLI Board a shortened version of the LGA 5 day peer review process was developed. The NW SLI Programme Director and Chair of the SLI Board have worked with colleagues to update and agree the scope of peer challenges and key areas of focus. The process includes agreeing a schedule of meetings with key individuals and teams, including Councillors, senior managers, other Council staff, service users, carers and partners and a list of key documents for the peer challenge team to have access to before and during the 3 days on site review.
Click here to view the methodology.
Memorandum of Understanding
This Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) has been developed to assist the 23 upper tier local authorities that make up the North West Region. It includes sharing of best practice, shadowing, buddying, action learning and offers of support. The MoU has been signed off by the lead portfolio holder, chief executive and DASS for each of the 23 authorities.
Plan on a Page
The Plan on a Page shows the reporting lines of how all the workstreams of North West ADASS fit together.