Adults, Health & Community Wellbeing Cabinet Member – Minutes – 3 October 2018
3 (3) APPROVAL OF COMMUNITY GRANT FUND APPLICATIONS – The Director: Adults and Community Wellbeing submitted a report considering 15 applications for financial support against the eligibility criteria of the schemes and available funds.
The Community Grant Fund supported –
- Grants to Individuals
- Community Revenue Grant Programme
- Community Capital Grant Programme
Resolved – That the following amounts of Community Grant support be approved:
|David Vickers (qualified for European Sprint Duathlon Championships in Ibiza)||£500|
|1st Hibaldstow and Scawby Scout Group||£700|
|Barton Junior Football Club||£5,850|
|6th Scunthorpe (Messingham) Scout Group||£250|
|Crowle & Ealand 1940s Weekend||£3,400|
|North Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Group||£5,610|
|Amcotts Parish Council||£245|
|Elsham Parish Council||£195|
|Haxey Parish Council||£220|
|Crosby United Junior Football Club||£10,000|
|Scunthorpe VX Club||£700|
|Barton Corn Exchange||£7,000|
|Barton Town Old Boys||£50,000|
|South Killingholme Parish Council||£20,920|
4 (4) ADULT SOCIAL CARE STATUTORY REPRESENTATIONS AND COMPLAINTS REPORT 2017-18 – The Director: Governance and Partnerships submitted a report presenting the annual Adult Social Care Statutory Representations and Complaints Report 2017-18 for approval in line with statutory requirements.
There was a statutory requirement to present an annual report on representations and complaints which have been addressed under The Local Authority Social Services and National Health Service Complaints (England) Regulations 2009, Making Experiences Count.
These statutory procedures gave service users, or representatives acting on their behalf, the right to make representations about social care services for older people, people with a physical disability and people with a learning disability.
There was a requirement that councils addressed these representations through a two stage procedure. The first stage of the process rested with the council and applied the principles of a local resolution based on “do it once, do it right”. The second stage was a referral to the Local Government and Social Care Ombudsman.
Resolved – That the Annual Representations and Complaints Report for Adult Social Care 2017-18 be received and approved.
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