|Title: ||Personalisation of social care and health: a co-operative solution|
|Citation: ||Fisher, J., Rayner, M. & Baines, S. Personalisation of social care and health: a co-operative solution. Manchester: MMU, Faculty of Health, Psychology and Social Change, 2011|
|Publisher: ||Manchester Metropolitan University, Faculty of Health, Psychology and Social Change|
|Issue Date: ||2011 |
|Additional Links: ||http://www.uk.coop/resources/documents/personalisation-social-care-and-health-co-operative-solution|
|Abstract: ||The research was undertaken by Manchester Metropolitan University as a placement with Co-operatives UK and Cobbetts, funded by the Economic and Social Research Council under a Business Engagement Opportunities project.The overall aim of the research was to explore and assess the opportunities for co-operatives and mutuals as service providers under personal budgets in social care and health. The research explored the experiences of co-operatives operating as social care providers and the implications for future policy and extension of the provider market within the context of personalisation. This research is based on in-depth interviews and field visits with two case studies, documentary research and a number of other relevant stakeholders. The interviews with Sunshine Care, Caring Support, and stakeholders took place between April and July 2010.|
|Appears in Collections: ||Research Institute for Health and Social Change (RIHSC) Research|
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