Self Directed Support (SDS) and Penumbra have released their Evaluation Report summarising their work in 2018.
It showcases key results of Penumbra implementing Self Directed Support.
Self Directed Support became law on 1st April 2014, and we believe it empowers people by giving them more control over their care and the life they want to live.
SDS allows people, their carers and their families to make informed choices on what their support looks like and how it is delivered, making it possible to meet agreed personal outcomes
The 2018 report shows that of over 1500 people supported by Penumbra, 255 accessed our services via SDS. An increase of nearly 20% on last year.
There is now 28 Wellbeing Points across Scotland, over 150% increase in the number of Wellbeing points compared to July 2017.
The rest of the Evaluation Report 2018 can be found and downloaded here: SDS and Penumbra Evaluation Summary Report 2018
Find out more about SDS through our resources:
- SDS – What Does it All Mean
- Individual Service Fund (leaflet)
- How we support SDS – Referrals and Enquiries Leaflet
For more information about Penumbra and SDS please see our SDS webpage, or contact William Wright on firstname.lastname@example.org or 07919 881 294.
For the latest updates on SDS, follow Penumbra SDS on Twitter