Decision details

Recommissioning of Domiciliary Care and Sessional Support Services

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Decision status: Recommendations Approved

Is Key decision?: Yes

Is subject to call in?: Yes


The cabinet report dated; 20th September 2018 sought approval of an outcome focused locality approach to Domiciliary Care Services.


IPC will support Cardiff council to engage with the market including engagement with various departments (whole system) to develop a more improved, robust, flexible innovative service that meets a range of needs for adults and children in receipt of care and support.


The service model will be designed to take into account the other interdependencies that the council is working through which includes   CRT, and strengthen based approach.


Alongside the service specification will be a set out outcomes for citizens with key performance indicators and a set of quality standards.





1.            the vision for the provision of domiciliary care in Cardiff and the proposed new model for a locality-based, outcome focused approach, along with the 2 year implementation plan be agreed.


2.            Authority be delegated to the Director of Social Services in consultation with the Cabinet Member, Social Care, Health and Well-Being and the Cabinet Member Children and Families , the Council's Section 151 Officer and the Council's Monitoring Officer, to determine all aspects of the procurement process or the recommissioning of domiciliary care services (including decision-making around the Cost of Care Exercise, approving the evaluation criteria to be used, and authorising the award of the contracts) and all ancillary matters pertaining to the procurement and proposals above.


Publication date: 24/01/2020

Date of decision: 23/01/2020

Decided at meeting: 23/01/2020 - Cabinet

Effeithiol O: 05/02/2020

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