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This indicator measures the proportion of carers receiving carer-specific services in the year to 31 March who received direct payments. It is part of the Adult Social Care Outcomes Framework (ASCOF).

This indicator is measured via the biennial Survey of Adult Carers in England and represents thesum of the scores for all respondents who answered all six of the relevant questions , divided by the number of respondents who answered all six of the relevant questions (Score out of 12). It is part of the ASCOF.

This indicator measures working-age (18-64) learning disabled service users who are living in their own home or with their family as a percentage of all working-age learning disabled service users. It is part of the Adult Social Care Outcomes Framework (ASCOF).

This indicator measures the proportion of service users accessing long-term community support at year-end 31 March who were receiving self-directed support. It is part of the Adult Social Care Outcomes Framework (ASCOF).

This indicator measures the proportion of service users accessing long-term support at the year-end 31 March who were receiving direct payments . It is part of the Adult Social Care Outcomes Framework (ASCOF).

This indicator is measured via the Adult Social Care Survey and represents the sum of the scores for all respondents who answered all eight relevant questions, divided by the number of respondents who answered all eight questions (score out of 24). It is part of the ASCOF.

This indicator is measured via the Adult Social Care Survey and represents thepercentage of people who use services who have control over their daily life (Question 3a) . It is part of the Adult Social Care Framework (ASCOF).

Adult Social Care Outcomes Framework (ASCOF) Profiles for Bolton

This Housing LIN Practice Briefing looks at the importance of end of life care delivered at home, describing the context, inequalities in end of life care, examples of good or emerging practice, and recommendations for actions. Funded by Public Health England, it is intended to be a practical guide for those working in mainstream and/or specialist housing, care and support and public health to understand their respective roles, and how they may work together, to help people to have their end of life care wishes met.

This resource can be accessed by clicking here: bit.ly/1QeCTg9

This document provides guidance to support an NHS organisation when they are developing or reviewing safeguarding policies and procedures around female genital mutilation (FGM).

It can be used by health professionals from all sectors, particularly designated and named safeguarding leads, and local safeguarding children board members. It is based on existing best practice within the NHS. It has been developed in partnership with health and social care professionals, and professional bodies.

This resource can be accessed by clicking here: http://bit.ly/19E9Vnz

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