This report is about the second phase
of In Control's work, 2005-2007. There are two parts to the report.
The first is an evaluation by Professor Chris Hatton of Lancaster
University. The second contains seven chapters on the lessons
offered by In Control's work in important areas.
The report appeared when about 3,500 people were directing their
support. The Government had recently announced in Putting
People First that personal budgets would be a core element in
Alongside the evaluation by Chris Hatton, there are seven
chapters: Self-directed support is for everyone; The economics of
self-directed support; Enabling people to plan and arrange support;
Children and families in control; Community; Service providers and
commissioners; Reflections on In Control.
A PDF version of the report is available to download below.
Authors: Hatton, Duffy, Waters, Senker, Crosby, Poll, Tyson,
Price: £20.00 inc P & P (size A4)