Adult Social Care
The quality of Adult Social Care matters. It matters because people who use services should be able to expect person-centred care that is safe, effective and responsive.
While some of these figures are not where we would like them to be, our Adult Social Care services are constantly finding ways to improve.
We do this by:
- developing skills and knowledge of everyone involved in care assessments
- monitoring the experiences of people with assessed care and support needs
- enabling a person’s care needs and support outcomes to be met
- helping people who are supported to be independent and have choice and control
- helping people to be safe
- making sure we are working within our means as an organisation
Find out more about our Adult Social Care policies.
- Adult Social Care Outcomes Framework, NHS Digital - 2022/23
- Adult Social Care Activity and Finance, NHS Digital - 2022/23
- CQC ratings, Care Quality Commission - July 2023
- Survey of Adult Carers in England, NHS Digital - 2021/22
- Learning Disability (all ages), Office for Health Improvement and Disparities - 2019/20
- New referrals to secondary mental health services, Office for Health Improvement and Disparities - 2019/20
- Attended contacts with community and outpatient mental health services, Office for Health Improvement and Disparities - 2019/20
- Mental Health QOF prevalence, Office for Health Improvement and Disparities - 2021/22
- Admission episodes for mental and behavioural disorders due to alcohol, Office for Health Improvement and Disparities - 2021/22
- Oxleas CQC ratings, Care Quality Commission - 2023