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Select Committee on Health Memoranda


Table 4.15.1(f)

PROPORTION OF RESIDENTIAL COSTS RECOUPED IN SALES, FEES & CHARGES FOR ADULTS WITH MENTAL HEALTH NEEDS, 2000-01
England £ thousands

Sales, Fees and ChargesGross current expenditure Sales, Fees and Charges as a percentage of Gross current expenditure
BARKING & DAGENHAM135 50627%
BARNET5321,762 30%
BARNSLEY138736 19%
BATH & NORTH EAST SOMERSET UA230 1,03722%
BEDFORDSHIRE101737 14%
BEXLEY2471,213 20%
BIRMINGHAM1,3836,767 20%
BLACKBURN UA172450 38%
BLACKPOOL UA2321,162 20%
BOLTON1281,080 12%
BOURNEMOUTH UA6271,265 50%
BRACKNELL FOREST UA187 91920%
BRADFORD1,8623,367 55%
BRENT6102,384 26%
BRIGHTON & HOVE UA376 1,13933%
BRISTOL UA9972,463 40%
BROMLEY5071,328 38%
BUCKINGHAMSHIRE4061,842 22%
BURY216729 30%
CALDERDALE681,417 5%
CAMBRIDGESHIRE3111,427 22%
CAMDEN1,2823,629 35%
CHESHIRE6342,435 26%
CITY OF LONDON156496 31%
CORNWALL3981,018 39%
COVENTRY2331,261 18%
CROYDON1,8885,558 34%
CUMBRIA164784 21%
DARLINGTON UA29161 18%
DERBY UA266917 29%
DERBYSHIRE7762,556 30%
DEVON1,1503,196 36%
DONCASTER135885 15%
DORSET221786 28%
DUDLEY1571,030 15%
DURHAM4101,540 27%
EALING7522,306 33%
EAST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE UA237 84928%
EAST SUSSEX1,0482,587 41%
ENFIELD1,9173,954 48%
ESSEX1,2094,786 25%
GATESHEAD2621,379 19%
GLOUCESTERSHIRE2871,017 28%
GREENWICH2052,188 9%
HACKNEY6482,867 23%
HALTON UA111559 20%
HAMMERSMITH & FULHAM481 2,53619%
HAMPSHIRE7142,871 25%
HARINGEY1,6194,963 33%
HARROW3612,677 13%
HARTLEPOOL UA161574 28%
HAVERING206543 38%
HEREFORDSHIRE UA653 1,63540%
HERTFORDSHIRE6583,261 20%
HILLINGDON4521,804 25%
HOUNSLOW1691,111 15%
ISLE OF WIGHT UA262 81132%
ISLES OF SCILLY{{ {
ISLINGTON102,765 0%
KENSINGTON & CHELSEA104 2,2405%
KENT7993,494 23%
KINGSTON UPON HULL UA475 1,23239%
KINGSTON UPON THAMES157 81419%
KIRKLEES2691,383 19%
KNOWSLEY234884 26%
LAMBETH4093,547 12%
LANCASHIRE1,1854,925 24%
LEEDS2,6623,781 70%
LEICESTER UA6721,800 37%
LEICESTERSHIRE3401,295 26%
LEWISHAM9643,200 30%
LINCOLNSHIRE1,6604,487 37%
LIVERPOOL3674,720 8%
LUTON UA131438 30%
MANCHESTER9422,956 32%
MEDWAY TOWNS UA251732 34%
MERTON5211,839 28%
MIDDLESBROUGH UA144 76219%
MILTON KEYNES UA99486 20%
NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE618 1,05858%
NEWHAM3632,151 17%
NORFOLK1,9946,175 32%
NORTH EAST LINCOLNSHIRE UA348 77545%
NORTH LINCOLNSHIRE UA37 21018%
NORTH SOMERSET UA385 97939%
NORTH TYNESIDE201,644 1%
NORTH YORKSHIRE181938 19%
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE880 4,65319%
NORTHUMBERLAND7981,417 56%
NOTTINGHAM UA5461,475 37%
NOTTINGHAMSHIRE4841,546 31%
OLDHAM2662,346 11%
OXFORDSHIRE2361,043 23%
PETERBOROUGH UA70204 34%
PLYMOUTH UA401,005 4%
POOLE UA110384 29%
PORTSMOUTH UA211633 33%
READING UA2871,260 23%
REDBRIDGE781,081 7%
REDCAR & CLEVELAND UA32 5476%
RICHMOND UPON THAMES291 1,35721%
ROCHDALE4561,705 27%
ROTHERHAM2261,020 22%
RUTLAND UA38264 14%
SALFORD5251,489 35%
SANDWELL1421,587 9%
SEFTON2281,783 13%
SHEFFIELD4093,022 14%
SHROPSHIRE129839 15%
SLOUGH UA0443 0%
SOLIHULL134466 29%
SOMERSET1002,335 4%
SOUTH GLOUCESTERSHIRE UA244 47751%
SOUTH TYNESIDE190606 31%
SOUTHAMPTON UA3041,092 28%
SOUTHEND UA151913 17%
SOUTHWARK2283,671 6%
ST HELENS2661,117 24%
STAFFORDSHIRE2971,311 23%
STOCKPORT3381,224 28%
STOCKTON ON TEES UA315 1,14428%
STOKE-ON-TRENT UA366 1,64822%
SUFFOLK6752,415 28%
SUNDERLAND5391,210 45%
SURREY4292,176 20%
SUTTON2091,549 13%
SWINDON UA3891,270 31%
TAMESIDE385684 56%
THE WREKIN UA22460 5%
THURROCK UA34237 14%
TORBAY UA5999 1%
TOWER HAMLETS4153,418 12%
TRAFFORD3571,146 31%
WAKEFIELD3541,012 35%
WALSALL2931,308 22%
WALTHAM FOREST3131,802 17%
WANDSWORTH2,2134.132 54%
WARRINGTON UA103312 33%
WARWICKSHIRE2451,036 24%
WEST BERKSHIRE41288 14%
WEST SUSSEX5952,274 26%
WESTMINSTER1,3367,135 19%
WIGAN5011,576 32%
WILTSHIRE4361,675 26%
WINDSOR & MAIDENHEAD UA262 72636%
WIRRAL7852,993 26%
WOKINGHAM UA248597 42%
WOLVERHAMPTON6581,166 56%
WORCESTERSHIRE4531,961 23%
YORK UA98417 24%
ENGLAND TOTAL67,745 259,60026%


  { = not available.

  Source:   PSS EX1 return.


4.15  Fees, Charges and Grants

  4.15.1  Could the Department supplement this with a breakdown of proportion of patients on each social services rate (eg £35, £70, £105) per PCT?

  1.  Preliminary information that was available from Regions on the position at the end of December 2001, indicated that around 80 per cent of the nursing homes with self funding residents eligible for NHS funded nursing care had had their residents' needs for care determined by a registered nurse at that time. The remainder was largely completed by the end of February. Of those whose needs had been determined, around 19 per cent had been allocated to the low band (£35pw); 58 per cent to the middle band (£70pw); and 22 per cent to the high band (£110pw).

  2.  A small survey undertaken in March and April of this year of a sample of 355 residents supported by councils, showed a not dissimilar breakdown across the bands: 11per cent in the low band; 67 per cent in the middle band; and 22 per cent in the high band. Councils with Social Services Responsibilities continue to be responsible for funding these residents' care, including their care from a registered nurse. The NHS takes on responsibility for funding this group's care from April 2003.

4.15  Fees, Charges and Grants

  4.15.6  Could the Department provide details of the volume of specific or special grants made available, by the Department, to social services departments for the years 1997-98 to 2002-03? Could the Department provide a full explanation of any changes, introduced this year, to the volume, the purpose or the monitoring arrangements for any of the grants? [5.13]

  1.  Table 4.15.6 shows the volume of local authority PSS grants for the years requested.


 
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