Coronavirus (COVID-19): strategy and market position update
The adult social care combined accommodation strategy and market position statement was prepared before COVID-19 affected the UK, including the data and information contained within.
Since then the effects of COVID-19 have had a major impact on the validity of the evidence relied on as a predictor of future requirements.
An initial review and analysis of data collated since the COVID-19 pandemic was undertaken between May-August 2020, and the revised strategy published in September 2020 - this is available on this page.
A further review and analysis of data for Working Age Adults and Older Adults Accommodation was conducted between May-July 2021 and new Commissioning Statements relating to these areas were published in July 2021 and are also available on this page.
We continue to reserve the right to make amendments to the combined strategy and statement, and we'll look to review the overall combined strategy and statements again by April 2022, in line with the annual review.
Adult social care accommodation strategy and market position statement
This accommodation strategy outlines what happens when someone needs accommodation with additional support within their home environment.
Adult Social Care will try to maintain everyone at home for as long as they want to be there.
We'll build the right homes and enable fair access for everyone.
Through supporting and connected services we'll help people to improve their lives.
Our Market Position Statement summaries supply and demand and signals business opportunities in the area. It looks at adult social care accommodation in the borough of Rochdale.
It's aimed and current and potential providers of accommodation with support for adults. It is also allows the sharing of information with the wider community, including customers and their support networks.
How to make an adult health and social care commissioning enquiry
If you have a commissioning enquiry, are a provider and need support, or are interested in working with us to develop our adult health and social care services across the borough of Rochdale we want to hear from you.