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Adult Social Care Strategy

 Our Adult Social Care Strategy sets out the vision for social care services in Rutland up to the year 2020.

It also sits alongside a number of complementary strategies such as Rutland's Better Care Fund plan, which is working to integrate social care with health services to help people to remain well and independent for longer.    

Our overriding aim is to enable and encourage people and communities to live healthier, more independent lives and to do this in a way that means they have to rely on us less.

Our goal is to:

  • Enable individuals and families within our community to achieve their full potential and be safe from harm
  • Target services at the most vulnerable and those in greatest need
  • Integrate services more closely with the Health and Voluntary, Community and Faith (VCF) Sectors in a way that supports independent living
  • Be clearer about what individuals, families and our community can expect
  • Focus on finding different ways to do things rather than reduce or remove services
  • Adopt an early help and prevention approach

If you would like to find out more, please take some time to read Rutland's Adult Social Care Strategy in full. An Easy Read Strategy is also available to view and download.

A separate Adult Social Care Strategy FAQ has been prepared to answer any questions you may have about the strategy.  

Printed copies of the strategy can be obtained from the Council’s Catmose office, local libraries, GP surgeries and the First Contact Bus. Alternatively, you can request a copy by contacting: 01572 722 577 or emailing: enquiries@rutland.gov.uk

Adult Social Care Market Position Statement

The Market Position Statement for Adult Social Care sets out the scale and nature of needs in the County and the strategic priorities of RCC, providing a picture of market opportunities for potential providers.

Rutland ASC Market Position Statement 2015 - 20

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