• Domiciliary Care August 2017

    The current average number of weekly hours commissioned to private domiciliary care providers for Adult Social Care as of August 2017   The number of hours commissioned during the week up to 01 August 2017 is 38,885 hours The estimated Annual … Continue reading

  • Adult Social care provison

    a) How many private sector nursing home establishments catering mainly for elderly people were there? 69 nursing care homes – for further data see CQC website What was the highest weekly rate for a place? £1,281.00, excluding FNC which is … Continue reading

  • Commissioned Domiciliary Care

    1. (a) In total, how many adults received domiciliary care commissioned by the local authority from external providers in 2016/17? DCC commissioned domiciliary care from external providers for 6375 unique clients over the year 2016/17 (b) Of this total, how … Continue reading

  • Domiciliary care costs

    I am seeking information about the numbers of people who are being cared for at home, or in a care or nursing home, at a cost to your Group, Council or Trust. The total cost of those services. Details on … Continue reading

  • Care home fee payments

    1. What is the average weekly fee currently (financial year 2017/18) being paid by your authority to support older (65+) residents of independent sector care homes in a) residential care and b) nursing care? Note: average weekly fees should be … Continue reading

  • Social Care Agency worker spending

    1. Could you please provide me with a list of social care provisions offering care and support for adults between 18 and 65, Please see link below https://www.supplyingthesouthwest.org.uk/ And click on Contract Register and then Devon County Council from the … Continue reading

  • Agency social worker spend

    This request concerns the spending by your authority on agency social workers. Please state the total amount spent by your authority’s children’s services department on agency social workers in each of the following financial years. 2012-13        £2,206,696 2013-14        £3,042,336 2014-15        … Continue reading