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Strategic Performance Outcomes

Adult Social Care has three Strategic Performance Outcomes:

  1. Early intervention and prevention - supporting people early with targeted information and advice and low level and community support, technology enabled care and reablement services.  The aim is to prevent or delay the need for long term care and support
  2. Long term care and support when needed is personalised and keeps people connected to their communities
  3. Adults at risk are safeguarded from harm in ways that meet their desired outcomes

Each of these outcomes has key performance indicators which are detailed below.

Early Intervention and Prevention

Key Performance Indicators:

Percentage of new client contacts for Adult Social Care which result in Care Act Assessment:

The performance for 2022/23 was 17.8%

The target for 2023/24 was 17.8%

Current position for 2023/24 is 23%

Our aim for 2023/24 is to maintain our preventative offer, even given increasing demand, so that we do not see an increase in % of contacts leading to long term care and support

 

Percentage of people who find that information and advice is easily accessible

Current position for 2022/23 was 68%.

Target for 2023/24 is 70%.

Our aim for 2023/24 is to co-produce and deliver on an action plan to improve accessibility of information.

Percentage of people receiving reablement who did not require long term support 

Current position for 2022/23 is 81%.

The target for 2023/24 is 77.5%.

Current position for 2023/24 is 81%.

The reason we have reduced the target for 2023/24 is to widen the availability of reablement to include those who may continue to have long term needs, but can still be supported to do more things for themselves.

Long term care and support 

Key performance indicators

Percentage of people accessing long term support in the community aged 65+

Current position for 2022/23 is 66.8%.

Target for 2023/24 is 68%.

Current position for 2023/24 is 67.3%

Our aim is to maintain our focus on 'home first' and supporting people to remain in their own homes.

Number of carers assessed or reviewed per 100,000 population

The performance for 2022/23 was 135 per 100,000

Target for 2023/24 is 166 per 100,000

Current position for 2023/24 is 131 per 100,000

Our aim is to offer more carers assessments and carers breaks to those who will benefit.

Number of new permanent residential admissions 65+

The performance for 2022/23 was 659.2 per 100,000

Target for 2023/24 is 629.9 per 100,000

Current position for 2023/24 is 613.6 per 100,000

Our aim is to ensure this is only the pathway for those who really do require this level of care and support.

Adults at risk are safeguarded

Key performance indicators

Percentage of safeguarding enquiries where people expressed outcomes

The performance for 2022/23 was 77.6%

Target for 2023/24 is 84.5%.

Current position for 2022/23 is 90.9%.

Percentage of safeguarding enquiries where outcomes were achieved

The performance for 2022/23 was 92%

Target for 2023/24 is 92%.

Current position for 2023/24 is 87%.

Percentage of safeguarding enquiries where risk was reduced or removed

The performance for 2022/23 was 96.2%

Target for 2023/24 is 95%.

Current position for 2023/24 is 90%.

Adult Social Care Outcomes Framework (ASCOF)

The Adult Social Care Outcomes Framework (ASCOF) measures how well care and support services achieve the outcomes that matter most to people. ​​

The ASCOF is used both locally and nationally to set priorities for care and support, measure progress and strengthen transparency and accountability. The latest published figures are for 2022/23. ​

Find out more here.​

In respect of the data based ASCOF metrics Peterborough performs comparatively well in respect of the following:

· The percentage of people receiving Direct Payments, where 34.1% of all those receiving council funded care and support receive a Direct Payment, compared to 26.2% nationally and Peterborough ranks 25th of all councils.

· The proportion of people with a Learning Disability supported to live in their own home or with family at 87.3% compared to 80.5% nationally, Peterborough ranks 40th.

· The percentage of people completing a period of reablement who have no long-term care and support needs at 83.3% compared to 77.5% nationally, where Peterborough ranks 53rd.

Areas where Peterborough performs comparatively less well are:

· The percentage of carers receiving Direct Payments, where 40.3% of those receiving carers support, receive a Direct Payment, compared to 76.8% nationally and Peterborough ranks 130th.

· The proportion of people with a learning disability supported in paid employment at 2.3% compared to 4.8% nationally, where Peterborough ranks 117th.

· The number of permanent admissions to residential care for older people, at 642.9 per 100,000 older people compared to 560.8 nationally, where Peterborough ranks 104th.

Related Pages

  1. Local Account (Adults)
  2. Local Account - Providing support
  3. Local Account - Leadership
  4. Local Account - working with people
  5. Local Account - Your Feedback
  6. Local Account - Ensuring safety
  7. Local Account - How we spent our money
  8. Local Account - Shared action plan

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