|Hackneys Local Account -What Adult Social Care did last year |
From LBH website
What is a local account?
Every year the Council produces a local account to tell people what their adult social care department is doing. The local account explains how much the Council spends, what it spends money on, what it is doing and future plans for improvements.
Hackney's local account 2013-14
This year we consulted to find out:
what people wanted to see in the local account
what sort of format they wanted
how they wanted to read it
what they thought about services
This is Hackney's fourth local account. There are 10 fact sheets, plus a glossary and detailed statistics sheet. For the first time there is a fact sheet on public health and information on what we spend on carers' services. If you would like to save the fact sheets, right click and then choose save target as.
We spent £106.5 million on adult social care in 2013-14, 33% of everything the Council spends. 5,064 people were eligible to receive an ongoing service such as home care, residential care and extra social work support.
Download the overview fact sheet (PDF, 1.2MB)