Phase 2 consultation (closed)

Impact assessment

The DCC managed day services consultation is now closed. The results are being analysed and will be added to the website in due course.

We want to fully understand the potential impact of what we do and ensure that our decisions are informed by this information.

Your comments will help us take full account of any concerns and make sure we do not inadvertently affect or disadvantage any particular group or community.

You can see more about our duty here.

There is an individual impact assessment for each service affected by the Community Life Choices Strategy and an impact assessment for the overall strategy.

Adult social care day services impact assessment

Day Centre
Millbrook (Alphin)
Alphin House Mill Lane, Alphington, Exeter EX2 8SG
Impact assessment
Bodley House
Wayside Crescent,  Exeter EX1 3LF
Impact assessment
Davey Court
Buckingham Close, Douglas Avenue, Exmouth, EX8 2JB
Impact assessment
Marshlands
Harbour Road, Seaton EX12 2LT
Impact assessment
St Michaels
Orchard Way, Honiton Devon EX14 1HU
Impact assessment
Nichols
Nichols Way, Exeter, EX1 2HD
Impact assessment
Newholme
Pine Park Road, Honiton, EX14 2HR
Impact assessment
Copperfields
Norton Place, Exmouth, EX8 2ND
Impact assessment
Charlton Lodge
Orchard Way, Tiverton EX16 5HR
Impact assessment
St Lawrence
Churchill Drive, Crediton, EX17 2EF
Impact assessment
Chambers
Bank Place Chambers, Market Street, Crediton, EX17 2AJ
Impact assessment
Old Bartows
Bartows Causeway, Tiverton, EX16 6RH
Old Bakery
44 West Exe South, Tiverton,  EX16 5DH
Impact assessment
Beech House
North Road, South Molton, EX36 3AZ
Impact assessment
Burrow House
Oaktree Gardens, Highfield Road, lfracombe, EX34 9JP
Impact assessment
Oakwell
Lyddicleave, Bickington, Barnstaple, EX31 2JZ
Impact assessment
Woodland Vale
New Street, Torrington, EX38 8BH
Impact assessment
Rosebank
Derby Road, Barnstaple, EX32 7EZ
Impact assessment
Springfield Day Centre
Chanters Road, Bideford, EX39 2QN
Impact assessment
Oasis Day Centre
Derby Road, Barnstaple, EX32 7EZ
Impact assessment
Silverhill
Sowden Lane, Barnstaple, EX32 8DJ
Impact assessment
Tarka
Derby Road, Barnstaple, EX32 7EZ
Impact assessment
Greenfields
Derby Road, Barnstaple, EX32 7EZ
Impact assessment
Quayside
The Arts Centre, The Quay, Bideford, EX39 2EY
Impact assessment
Torrington Hub (Plough)
11 Fore Street, Torrington, EX38 8HQ
Impact assessment
Tumbly Hill
Squares Quay, Kingsbridge, TQ7 1HN
Impact assessment
Beechcroft Teignmouth
Salisbury Terrace,  Teignmouth, TQ14 8JG
Impact assessment
Totnes Fulfilling Lives (Boatshed/Parkers barn)
The Boatshed, Steamer Quay, Totnes, TQ9 5AL
Impact assessment
Passmore Edwards Centre
Market Street, Newton Abbot, TQ12 2RJ
Impact assessment
Kingsbridge Fulling Lives (Ropewalk)
Ropewalk, Kingsbridge, TQ7 1HH
Impact assessment
Harewood House
66 Plymouth Road, Tavistock
Impact assessment
Wardhayes Poppy Centre
Simmons Way Okehampton, EX20 1PY
Impact assessment
Tavistock Fulling Lives (Molly Owen)
Pixon Lane, Tavistock, PL19 8DE
Impact assessment
Puzzle Tree/Lyric
Castle Road, Okehampton, EX20 1HT
Impact assessment

1 comment on “Impact assessment

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  1. carol barkwell |

    It will remain the responsibility of social services to assess and provide for need. It is not in their interest to fail people. If the voluntary / private sector can develop their services to be reactive to needs then more people can be supported in the coming years for the same investment .
    The current supply and demand are affected by direct payments and people choosing what and where they wish to receive their support. Many choosing the alternaties.
    The staff from the county provision will not hopefully disappear from the care market.
    Perhaps if they believe in their ability to deliver then they can set up new centres of excellence in the open market. Competing on the same footing
    Good provision will be chosen. People vote with their feet.
    Management buy outs and service delivery can continue . If these highly trained staff groups believe then they can negotiate and continue. There are seeral venues that can be developed
    We provide Day services across 20 centres ranging from sports clubs, converted stables, community centres, sheltered housing dayrooms, village halls, pubs , old hospital hub and a cafe . We also deliver one to one services via vouchers for sitting services and individualised support for direct payments clients. We support 250 people from ages 18 to 104 . We have invested heavily in training and knowledge. We are happy to work with local in-house teams to help them look at alternatives for their clients so they can continue to support them if they have really strong desire to do so. We can help with business models and funding ideas. If we all work together we will end up with good , fit for purpose services for the future that we can afford to deliver for all those in need. The energy we all have needs to be channelled to achieve exciting opportunities for support solutions.