Sensory Impairment Service Provision in York - Future Options
Purpose of Report:
City of York Council (CYC) needs to make a decision regarding the
future direction shape and scope of its sensory provision. Moving
forwards there are various options for the design and delivery of
services for people with sensory impairments. The strengths and
disadvantages of each are considered in detail in the report, along
with recommended option.
The Executive Member is asked to consider the options available in the report, and the implications of the Sensory Review, particularly in respect of current sensory service provision (i.e. ASC’s non compliance with the Care Act 2014).
This report will now be considered by the Executive Member on 25 July as there has been an extension to the customer consultation timeframe.
Decision type: Non-key
Decision status: Decision Made
Wards affected: (All Wards);
Notice of proposed decision first published: 03/05/2016
Decision due: 25/07/16 by Executive Member for Adult Social Care and Health
Lead member: Executive Member for Adult Social Care and Health
Lead director: Corporate Director of Health, Housing and Adult Social Care
Department: Directorate of Health, Housing and Adult Social Care
Contact: Adam Gray, Senior Partnership Support Officer (VCS) Email: firstname.lastname@example.org 01904 551053.
A consultation exercise has taken place with
users of sensory service provision provided directly, or
commissioned by CYC.
Making Representations: Contact report author
- 25/07/2016 - The Future of Sensory Service Provision in York
- 25/07/2016 - Decision Session - Executive Member for Health and Adult Social Care The Future of Sensory Service Provision in York 25/07/2016