Bristol City Council wanted support to engage with their supplier market to develop and test new models of care and support for Adults with Learning Difficulties and Autism. They wanted to challenge their approach to supporting residents to ensure they were delivering person-centred outcomes that focused on the goals and ambitions of individual service users. Bristol also wanted to ensure that they transformed the way they procure services and engage with the market to deliver financially sustainable services into the future.
The 31ten team worked with key stakeholders in Bristol to get a rapid picture of the issues and shape of the local market. Working alongside the Council team we: