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Developing and Reviewing Client Funding Service Profiles

Objectively and reliably measuring changes in support service profiles: Refining data used for making funding decisions: Using objective and reliable tools to assess clients’ support needs: Developing baseline measures of function using existing data: Redeveloping service intake and funding agreement processes to include baseline support needs assessment: Training staff to administer intake assessment tools.

Delivering services to clients whose support needs have significantly increased? Dealing with funding arrangements that no longer match your clients’ functional capacities? Talk to us about objectively and reliably measuring changes in support service profiles and successfully gaining revised funding.

Funding levels for services, such as supported accommodation, are usually determined when a client begins accessing the service. All too often service delivery begins without a baseline measure of the client’s support needs and without a clear link between the client’s capacity and the level of funding allocated.

Subsequent applications for increased funding can be protracted and frustrating when measuring the degree of change in a client’s support needs can’t be done objectively.

Our consultants have experience in using objective and reliable tools to assess your clients’ support needs. We also have expertise in enabling data you already have to be used as a baseline measure.

Talk to us about redeveloping your service intake and funding agreement processes to include baseline support needs assessments as well as training you staff to administer these tools.