Thriving residents

All of our families, children and young people are supported to get the best start in life

Reduce the rate of children in need per 10,000 population 0-17 (all children aged 0-17 with an open referral, CIN, CPP and LAC)

322.8

Improved performance

Increase the number of complex families achieving significant and sustained outcomes

560

Improved performance

Increase the take up of free early education for eligible 2 year olds living in the top 30% most deprived areas in the borough

132%

Improved performance

Increase Parent/Carer satisfaction with the final SEND Education Heath and Care Plan (EHCP)

98.1%

Improved performance

Vulnerable adults and children feel safe and are protected

Reduce the proportion of children who become subject of a Child Protection Plan for a second or subsequent time

12.9%

Improved performance

Reduce the proportion of referrals to children’s social care that are within 12 months of a previous referral

22.1%

Requires improvement

Reduce the rate of Looked After Children (children in care) per 10,000 population 0-17 years old

72.3

Improved performance

Increase the proportion of cases where action was taken and the risk was reduced or removed

96.3%

Improved performance

Older people and vulnerable adults are compassionately supported to lead fulfilled and independent lives

Reduce the number of Delayed Transfers of Care (DTOC) from hospital for residents of CWaC (total number of days delayed)

6,846

Improved performance

Reduce the number of Delayed Transfers of Care (DTOC) from hospital for residents of CWaC where the responsibility for the delay was social care only (total number of days delayed)

3,244

Improved performance

Increase the number of carers who are given information and advice and/or signposted to other universal services at the completion of an assessment

299

Requires improvement

Reduce the number of older people who have a permanent admission to a residential or nursing care home

218

Improved performance

Increase the proportion of people receiving community-based social care services who receive self-directed support

100%

Stayed the same

Increase the proportion of adults with a learning disability who live in their own home or with their family

89.9%

Improved performance