Community Care Statistics: Grant Funded Services for Adults, England - 2010-11

This report presents information on the number of people who are helped to live more independently in their own homes as a result of schemes provided by voluntary and other organisations in the independent sector, through grants from Councils with Adult Social Services Responsibilities (CASSRs) in England. The schemes included in the Grant Funded Services return (GFS1) provide services that do not form part of a formal care package agreed by the council, but which are nevertheless funded with grants from social services and other council budgets.

The information was collected during a survey week between the start of October and the end of November 2010. Organisations were requested to return information on all adults aged 18 and over who had received person-centred services during the survey week. They were also asked to provide details of the funding given to schemes during the financial year 2010-11, and whether it was sourced from social services budgets or other council budgets. The reported estimates of people helped are derived from the actual numbers of people helped by each scheme in the survey week, the proportion of each scheme's cost that is provided by the council and the proportion of this money that originates from social services budgets. These data are the fifth set collected since the inauguration of GFS1 in 2006/07 and the second year for which comparisons can be made with the previous year. However, due to changes in the inclusion criteria for grant funded schemes provided by organisations that occurred in the 2008-09 collection year, comparisons have not and should not be made with GFS1 data from years prior to this period.

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date_released 2011-09-01
date_updated 2011-09-01
geographic_coverage 100000: England
last_major_modification 2012-12-15T14:12:31.591386
published_by NHS Information Centre for Health and Social Care [16121]
published_via NHS Information Centre for Health and Social Care [16121]
theme-primary Society
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themes-secondary ["Spending"]