Critically Evaluate the Advantages and Disadvantages of Personalisation

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Critically evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of Personalisation. I. Policy Driver 3 II. What is personalisation? 4 III. INSTITUTIONALISATION vs INDEPENDENT LIVING MOVEMENT 6 IV. SOCIAL MODEL OF DISABILITY vs MEDICAL MODEL OF DISABILITY 6 Social Model 6 Medical Model 6 V. 'CASH FOR CARE' 7 A. CONCLUSION 7 VI. Give your verdict as to what extent a statement or findings within a piece of research are true, or to what extent you agree with them. Provide evidence taken from a wide range of sources which both agree with and contradict an argument. Come to a final onclusion, basing your decision on what you judge to be the most important factors and justify how you have made your choice. 7 A. This evaluation includes interviews with people using IBs and a comparison 7 B. group receiving mainstream provision, service user organizations, 7 C. representatives of funding agencies, and social care practitioners and managers. 7 VII. Cons 7 VIII. Pros 7 IX. INTRODUCTION 7 A. General & Organisational Statements 8 1. Policy Driver 8 Timeline 8 19th century 8 1960's 8 1970's 8 1988 9 1996 9 2001-2009 9 2009 10 X. Pas 11 Policy Driver Put simply, on average, the UK population is getting older. When the welfare state was created in the early 20th century, it was not expected that people would someday routinely live into their 70s, 80s, and even 90s. The increase in life expectancy is a good thing, however, it brings a new set of challenges. While people are living longer, they are also spending more of their lives in ill health. Older people are more likely to have potentially complex care needs that can be expensive to manage. Many people are currently ineligible for state-funded social care under the existing laws. To meet the costs of these care needs, these ‘self-funders’ have, in many cases, had to sell or remortgage

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