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Section 75 National Health Service Act 2006 Agreement

This consultation sets out a proposed agreement for the way that the Council and the Newcastle Gateshead CCG work together in relation to certain children's placements

This consultation sets out a proposal for Newcastle City Council and the NHS Newcastle Gateshead Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) to change the way that we work together in relation to the following placements:


  • Placements in Department for Education registered, non-maintained and independent special schools and colleges; 52-week residential, termly boarder, weekly boarder and day placements.  All placements in these settings for children and young people aged 0 – 25 years (inclusive),

  • Placements in Ofsted registered, Independent Children’s Residential Homes for Children and Young People 0 – 18 years, and

  • Residential short-break services for Children and Young People 0 – 18 years


The change proposed would involve the Council and the CCG entering into an Agreement under Section 75 of the National Health Service Act 2006.


The practical impact of this agreement would be to formalise the existing arrangements. The Council would exercise the CCG’s functions in relation to service users accessing these Placements.  It would, however, do so on a delegated basis, which means that the CCG would still be ultimately responsible in law for the proper discharge of those NHS functions. 


The purpose of the consultation is to:


  • seek feedback about whether the Council has considered all the relevant issues and whether there are any additional issues that need to be considered; and

  • understand the impact that any such Section 75 Agreement may have upon any party impacted by the decision but particularly Providers of placements within the market or any Child/Young Person  accessing placements as a service user or a parent/carer for a Child/Young Person


Consultation responses can be made via the Let’s Talk portal www.letstalknewcastle.co.uk or can be emailed to emma.bass@newcastle.gov.uk


Alternatively you can write to:

Angela Jamson
Commissioner, Social Care
Newcastle City Council
Room 115
Civic Centre
Newcastle upon Tyne
NE1 8QH


All feedback to the consultation must be received by 12 June 2017 at 12 noon.

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Section 75 National Health Service Act 2006 Agreement

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Walking Challenge 2017 Evaluation

This is the evaluation for Active Newcastle's Walking Challenge in support of Comic Relief.

This evaluation is being carried out to find out your thoughts on the Active Newcastle's 2017 Walking Challenge in support of Comic Relief. 

As a thank you for taking part in the evaluation there are a number of incentives for completing surveys and/or focus groups.

Your participation is voluntary. You can withdraw your data at any time by contacting shane.oleary@newcastle.gov.uk however once data is fully anonymised it may be impossible to identify your data to remove it. It is recommended to try and get in contact within 2 weeks of the final survey to avoid this.

All the information we collect will be kept in the strictest confidence, and will be used for research purposes only. Any reports, presentations etc. will use aggregated data and all efforts made to ensure no individual is identifiable.
 
For any further information please contact shane.oleary@newcastle.gov.uk

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PING! Workplace Table Tennis

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Walking Challenge 2017 (Post)

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Traffic related consultations

Have your say on all traffic related consultations in Newcastle.

Have your say on all traffic related consultations in Newcastle.

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Howard Street - Amendment to Parking Permit Eligibility

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Prestwick Road Area, Dinnington - Proposed Speed Limits and Road Humps

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Active Inclusion Newcastle e-learning evaluations

Here are the evaluation surveys of the e-learning modules produced by the Active Inclusion Newcastle Unit.

They are only for people who have completed the online learning courses.

If you have any questions about this, please contact Active Inclusion Newcastle Unit activeinclusion@newcastle.gov.uk .

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'Debt Awareness - Level 1' Course Evaluation

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