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Wiltshire Independent Living Strategy 2022-2027

This strategy aims to maximise the independence, choice and control for people with a learning disability, mental health condition and/or autism spectrum condition in Wiltshire by providing the right accommodation and support in the right place at the right time.

Our focus in Wiltshire is to move away from residential care and ensure that everybody who can hold their own tenancy is given the support to do so. This means both developing new supported accommodation and providing care packages to enable people to live in the community.

We currently face several challenges which stop us realising this vision. The strategy identifies these challenges and sets out a plan of action as to how we can overcome them.

Decision type: Key

Reason Key: Policy Framework Change;

Decision status: For Determination

Notice of proposed decision first published: 20/05/2022

Decision due: 13 Sep 2022 by Cabinet

Lead member: Cllr Jane Davies, Cabinet Member for Adult Social Care, SEND and Inclusion jane.davies@wiltshire.gov.uk

Lead director: Alison Elliott (Director - Commissioning)

Department: Joint Commissioning

Contact: Robert Holman.

Consultation process

The vision and objectives of this strategy are based on what people in Wiltshire say they want from accommodation and support. The strategy describes co-production and engagement with adults, young people and carers. The strategy has also had significant input from the multi-agency Wiltshire Accommodation Steering Group, which includes reps from children's and adult social care, joint commissioning, housing, CCG, voluntary sector (Wiltshire CIL and Wiltshire PCC) and provider market.

Agenda items


  • Wiltshire Independent Living Strategy 2022-2027  




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