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  • Notice Summary
    UK-Bury: Evaluation of Dementia Community Support Services In Bury
    GB003ZM306731
    Bury Council
    22 August 2019
    11 September 2019
    Contract Notice - Other
  • Notice Abstract

    The Evaluation Of Dementia Community Support Services In Bury Bury Council are seeking a suitably qualified and experienced provider for: The Provision of the Evaluation of Dementia Community Support Services in Bury CURRENT PROVISION Bury Council are looking to commission an external organization to carry out an extensive evaluation of non-commissioned community support services for people living with dementia and their carers in Bury. The model for low level post diagnostic community support services in Bury is not commissioned by the Council or the Clinical Commissioning Group as in other localities, rather the Council has supported and enabled a number of voluntary, community and faith groups and committed individuals to develop, set up and sustain community activities such as; i Singing groups ii Dementia Café’s iii Arts and Craft Groups iv Carer support groups As this is a non-commissioned model we are not able to fully assess and understand the contribution that these support activities make to the wider picture and to the quality of life for people living with dementia, their families and carers as there is no formal contractual monitoring process in place. SCOPE Bury One Commissioning Organisation has set aside some funding up to a maximum of £7,000 to carry out an evaluation of post diagnostic community support services in Bury. We want to assess; The overall impact of these services on people living with dementia, their carers and their families. We would like to understand the value of these services to the local community and where there are gaps in service and to provide evidence of good practice. We would like you to set out how you would carry out the evaluation, clearly defining your methodology but would envisage that this would include face to face discussions with key stakeholders, including carers and people with dementia and how you would demonstrate the impact of these services. Keywords Dementia

  • Notice Details

    CONTRACT NOTICE – NATIONAL

    SERVICES

    1 Authority Details

    1.1

    Authority Name and Address


    Bury Council

    N/A

    Bury


    UK

    John Mulpeter

    N/A

    j.mulpeter@bury.gov.uk

    N/A

    1.2

    Address from which documentation may be obtained

    As in 1.1

    1.3

    Completed documents must be returned to:

    As in 1.1

    2 Contract Details

    2.1

    Title

    Evaluation of Dementia Community Support Services In Bury

    2.2

    Description of the goods or services required

    The Evaluation Of Dementia Community Support Services In Bury

    Bury Council are seeking a suitably qualified and experienced provider for: The Provision of the Evaluation of Dementia Community Support Services in Bury

    CURRENT PROVISION

    Bury Council are looking to commission an external organization to carry out an extensive evaluation of non-commissioned community support services for people living with dementia and their carers in Bury. The model for low level post diagnostic community support services in Bury is not commissioned by the Council or the Clinical Commissioning Group as in other localities, rather the Council has supported and enabled a number of voluntary, community and faith groups and committed individuals to develop, set up and sustain community activities such as;

    i Singing groups

    ii Dementia Café’s

    iii Arts and Craft Groups

    iv Carer support groups

    As this is a non-commissioned model we are not able to fully assess and understand the contribution that these support activities make to the wider picture and to the quality of life for people living with dementia, their families and carers as there is no formal contractual monitoring process in place.

    SCOPE

    Bury One Commissioning Organisation has set aside some funding up to a maximum of £7,000 to carry out an evaluation of post diagnostic community support services in Bury. We want to assess; The overall impact of these services on people living with dementia, their carers and their families. We would like to understand the value of these services to the local community and where there are gaps in service and to provide evidence of good practice. We would like you to set out how you would carry out the evaluation, clearly defining your methodology but would envisage that this would include face to face discussions with key stakeholders, including carers and people with dementia and how you would demonstrate the impact of these services.

    Keywords

    Dementia

    2.3

    Notice Coding and Classification

    2.4

    Total quantity or scope of tender

    Estimated contract dates

    Start date 05/10/2019

    End date 31/01/2020

    Region(s) of supply

    Greater Manchester

    3 Conditions for Participation

    3.1

    Minimum standards and qualification required

    4 Administrative Information

    4.1

    Type of Procedure

    The procedure type is unknown.

    4.2

    Reference number attributed to the notice by the contracting authority

    DN431009

    4.3

    Time Limits

       11-09-2019  Time 12:00

    4.5

    Language or languages in which tenders or requests to participate can be drawn up

    EN 

    4.6

    Tender Submission Postbox

    5 Other Information

    5.1

    Additional Information

    Please visit the following portal to view this notice:

    https://procontract.due-north.com/Advert?advertId=30098cf0-11c4-e911-80f8-005056b64545

    The closing time for completed tender submissions, via The Chest, is 12:00 Noon on Wednesday, 11th September 2019

    (MT Ref:306731)

    5.2

    Additional Documentation

    5.3

    Publication date of this notice

     22-08-2019