Adult Social Care, Children's Services and Education Committee 03-FEB-2016

3 Feb 2016 at 6:30pm in the Council Chamber

Civic Offices, Bridge Street, Reading RG1 2LU

Committee Administrator(s)

Richard Woodford. Contact Committee Services Team

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pdf icon Agenda [75kb]

pdf icon All papers [2Mb]

Agenda

ItemDescriptionWards affectedReport
1.

DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST

Councillors to declare any disclosable pecuniary interests they may have in relation to the items for consideration.

  
2.

PETITIONS

Petitions submitted pursuant to Standing Order 36 in relation to matters falling within the Committee's Powers & Duties which have been received by Head of Legal & Democratic Services no later than four clear working days before the meeting.

  
3.

QUESTIONS FROM MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC AND COUNCILLORS

Questions submitted pursuant to Standing Order 36 in relation to matters falling within the Committee's Powers & Duties which have been submitted in writing and received by the Head of Legal & Democratic Services no later than four clear working days before the meeting.

  
4.

DECISION BOOK REFERENCES

To consider any requests received by the Monitoring Officer pursuant to Standing Order 42, for consideration of matters falling within the Committee's Powers & Duties which have been the subject of Decision Book reports.

  
5.

CHILDREN'S SERVICES UPDATE

A report providing the Committee with an update on the progress of Children's Services since the last meeting.

BOROUGHWIDEpdf icon Item 5 [330kb]
6.

CHILDREN'S SERVICES PERFORMANCE UPDATE

A report providing the Committee with an update on the progress of Children's Services since the last meeting.

BOROUGHWIDEpdf icon Item 6 [33kb]
7.

QUALITY ASSURANCE FRAMEWORK REFRESH

A report on the Quality Assurance Framework Refresh that builds on the emphasis of quality and refreshes the directorate's approach to performance and to quality assurance.

BOROUGHWIDEpdf icon Item 7 [682kb]
8.

SHORT BREAKS COMMISSIONING PROCESS 2016-17

A report setting out the plan to create a more personalised approach to short breaks services in Reading through the creation of unique and individualised packages for families.

BOROUGHWIDEpdf icon Item 8 [92kb]
9.

PERMISSION TO BEGIN FAMILY SUPPORT CONSULTATION

A report outlining the purpose and nature of the proposed first stage of consultation on the Council's future family support offer.

BOROUGHWIDEpdf icon Item 9 [45kb]
10.

ADULT SOCIAL CARE COMMISSIONING INTENTIONS 2016-17

A report introducing a summary of the Adult Social Care Commissioning Intentions for 2016-17.

BOROUGHWIDEpdf icon Item 10 [275kb]
11.

READING BOROUGH COUNCIL STRATEGY FOR PEOPLE WITH LEARNING DISABILITIES

A report asking the Committee to agree the Council's Strategy for People with Learning Disabilities.

BOROUGHWIDEpdf icon Item 11 [684kb]
12.

CONTINUING HEALTH CARE FUNDING

A report informing the Committee of the operation of national Continuing Health Care guidance locally and recommending a scrutiny enquiry to review local practice.

BOROUGHWIDEpdf icon Item 12 [45kb]
13.

BETTER CARE FUND UPDATE

A report informing the Committee of the Better Care Fund and the National Conditions that will inform plans for 2016-17.

BOROUGHWIDEpdf icon Item 13 [98kb]
14.

DELAYED TRANSFERS OF CARE - PROGRESS REPORT CHRISTMAS

A report informing the Committee of the work undertaken to reduce delayed transfers of care from Royal Berkshire Hospital and develop "discharge to assess" pathways which reduce the need for long term care.

BOROUGHWIDEpdf icon Item 14 [56kb]

 

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