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  1. Community Offer - Workshop Eligibility 10th November 2014

  2. Service User – Eligibility Criteria • The Act introduces a national eligibility threshold: • whether the person has needs due to a physical or mental impairment or illness • whether those needs mean that they are unable to achieve two or more specified outcomes • as a consequence there is, or is likely to be, a significant impact on their wellbeing • Local authorities can also decide to meet needs that are not deemed to be eligible if they chose to do so

  3. Interpreting the eligibility criteria • Thespecified outcomes are: • Managing and maintaining nutrition • Maintaining personal hygiene • Managing toilet needs • Being appropriately clothed • Being able to make use of the home safely • Maintaining a habitable home environment • Developing and maintaining family or other personal relationships • Accessing and engaging in work, training, education or volunteering • Making use of necessary facilities or services in the local community including public transport and recreational facilities or services • Carrying out any caring responsibilities the adult has for a child • An adult meets the eligibility criteria if: • Their needs are caused by physical or mental impairment or illness • As a result of the adult’s needs they are unable to achieve two or more specified outcomes • As a consequence there is or is likely to be a significant impact on the person’s well-being

  4. Interpreting the eligibility criteria • An adult meets the eligibility criteria if: • Their needs are caused by physical or mental impairment or illness • As a result of the adults needs they are unable to achieve two or more specified outcomes • As a consequence there is or is likely to be a significant impact on the person’s well-being • An adult is to be regarded as beingunable to achieveanoutcomes if the adult: • is unable to achieve it without assistance; • is able to achieve it without assistance but: • doing so causes them significant pain, distress or anxiety; • doing so endangers or is likely to endanger health or safety; • takes significantly longer than would normally be expected.

  5. Eligibility threshold • Thespecified outcomes are: • Managing and maintaining nutrition • Maintaining personal hygiene • Managing toilet needs • Being appropriately clothed • Being able to make use of the home safely • Maintaining a habitable home environment • Developing and maintaining family or other personal relationships • Accessing and engaging in work, training, education or volunteering • Making use of necessary facilities or services in the local community including public transport and recreational facilities or services • Carrying out any caring responsibilities the adult has for a child • An adult meets the eligibility criteria: • Their needs are caused by physical or mental impairment or illness • As a result of the adults needs they are unable to achieve two or more specified outcomes • As a consequence there is or is likely to be a significant impact on the person’s well-being • An adult is to be regarded as beingunable to achievean outcome if the adult: • is unable to achieve it without assistance; • is able to achieve it without assistance but doing so causes the adult significant pain, distress or anxiety; • is able to achieve it without assistance but doing so endangers or is likely to endanger the health or safety of the adult, or of others; or • is able to achieve it without assistance but takes significantly longer than would normally be expected.

  6. Carer – Eligibility Criteria • A carer meets the eligibility criteria if: • Their needs are caused by providing necessary care for an adult. As a result: • their health is at risk • or they are unable to achieve specified outcomes • As a consequence there is, or is likely to be, a significant impact on the carer’s well-being

  7. Interpreting the carers’ eligibility criteria • Thespecified outcomes are: • Carrying out any caring responsibilities the carer has for a child • Providing care to other persons for whom the carer provides care • Maintaining a habitable home environment • Managing and maintaining nutrition • Developing and maintaining family or other personal relationships • Engaging in work, training, education or volunteering • Making use of necessary facilities or services in the local community including recreational facilities or services • Engaging in recreational activities • A carer meets the eligibility criteria if: • Their needs are caused by providing necessary care for an adult. As a result: • their health is at risk • or they are unable to achieve specified outcomes • As a consequence there is or is likely to be a significant impact on the carer’s well-being

  8. Interpreting the carers’ eligibility criteria • A carer meets the eligibility criteria if: • Their needs are caused by providing necessary care for an adult. As a result: • their health is at risk • or they are unable to achieve specified outcomes • As a consequence there is or is likely to be a significant impact on the carer’s well-being • A carer is to be regarded as beingunable to achieveanoutcome if the carer: • is unable to achieve it without assistance; • is able to achieve it without assistance but: • doing so causes them significant pain, distress or anxiety • doing so endangers or is likely to endanger health or safety