Providers and Personalisation has published its latest research report into the barriers and enablers for Self-directed Support implementation. The research was carried out by the University of Strathclyde and focuses on what is happening in local authorities.
This is the second tranche of research exploring the implementation of SDS which the Universtity of Strathclyde has conducted for the Providers & Personalisation programme (which is hosted by CCPS.) Following on from the first (Eccles & Cunningham, 2016) on the enablers and barriers in the voluntary sector, this report explored what was happening in local authorities. The researchers interviewed thirty- five people with roles ranging across strategic, operational, commissioning and front-line positions, across five local authorities, which were in themselves reflective of a range of urban/rural mixes.
Read the P&P-research-report-2018