Dyddiad:  14 MAI, 2019

 

Yr Aelod o’r Bwrdd Gweithredol:

Y Portffolio:

Y Cynghorydd Jane Tremlett

Gofal Cymdeithasol a Iechyd

 

 

 

PWNC A PHWRPAS

 

Y TÂL SAFONOL AM OFAL PRESWYL GAN YR AWDURDOD LLEOL AM 2019-20

 

YR ARGYMHELLION / PENDERFYNIADAU ALLWEDDOL SYDD EU HANGEN:

 

Cynyddu'r Tâl Safonol am ofal ar gyfer henoed yng nghartrefi gofal preswyl yr Awdurdod Lleol o £587.02 i £612.21 am wely arferol a o £800.30 i £837.50 am wely i breswylydd oedrannus llesg ei feddwl.

 

Bydd y cyfraddau newydd yn dod i rym ar 1 Gorffennaf, 2019 yn achos y preswylwyr hynny y mae’r Awdurdod hwn wedi eu rhoi yn ein Cartrefi Awdurdod Lleol ein hunain. O ran y preswylwyr hynny sydd wedi cael eu rhoi yn ein cartrefi gan Awdurdodau Lleol eraill, bydd y taliadau newydd i’w codi ar yr Awdurdodau hynny yn dod i rym ar 1 Gorffennaf, 2019.

 

 

Y RHESYMAU:

 

Mae'n ofynnol i oedolion mewn llety preswyl gyfrannu at gost eu gofal. Os oes ganddynt adnoddau digonol, mae'n ofynnol iddynt dalu'r gost lawn am eu llety, sef y Tâl Safonol a gyfrifir yn flynyddol ar sail y gost lawn i'r Awdurdod o ddarparu'r llety.

 

 

 

Y Gyfarwyddiaeth

Cymunedau

Enw Pennaeth y Gwasanaeth:

Jonathan Morgan

Awdur yr Adroddiad:

Andrea Thomas

 

Swyddi: 

 

 

Pennaeth Cartrefi a Chymunedau Mwy Diogel

 

Cyfrifydd y Grŵp

Cyfeiriadau E-bost:

 

jmorgan@sirgar.gov.uk

01267 228960

 

AndThomas@sirgar.gov.uk

01267 228742

 


 

 

Declaration of Personal Interest (if any):

None

 

 

 

Dispensation Granted to Make Decision (if any):

N/A

(If the answer is yes exact details are to be provided below:)

 

 

 

 

 

DECISION MADE:

 

 

 

 

Signed:  ___________________________________________________________________

                                                                   EXECUTIVE BOARD MEMBER

 

 

 

 

 

Recommendation of Officer adopted

YES / NO

 

 

Recommendation of the Officer was adopted subject to the amendment(s) and reason(s) specified:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Reason(s) why the Officer’s recommendation was not adopted:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

 

EXECUTIVE BOARD MEMBERS DECISION MEETING

FOR SOCIAL CARE & HEALTH

 

DATE: 14th MAY 2019

 

 

SUBJECT:

LOCAL AUTHORITY RESIDENTIAL CARE STANDARD CHARGE FOR 2019-2020

 

 

 

The overall budgeted costs for running the Authority’s residential homes together with the number of beds available and the occupancy levels are the determining factors in calculating the annual Standard Charge.

 

For 2019-2020 there has been no change in the number of Local Authority beds. Staffing costs have increased as a result of the implementation of the National Living Wage which has had a significant impact on the staff in this sector.  As a result the charge for mainstream beds will increase by 4.29% and EMI beds by 4.65%.

 

Recommendation

 

The Standard Charge for Local Authority Older People residential care homes be increased from £587.02 to £612.21 for Mainstream beds and from £800.30 to £837.50 for EMI beds.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DETAILED REPORT ATTACHED?

 No

 


 

IMPLICATIONS

 

 

I confirm that other than those implications which have been agreed with the appropriate Directors / Heads of Service and are referred to in detail below, there are no other implications associated with this report :

 

Signed:  Jonathan Morgan                  Head of Homes and Safer Communities

 

 

Policy and Crime & Disorder

 

Legal

Finance

ICT

Risk Management Issues

Organisational Development

Physical Assets 

NONE

 

NONE

 

YES

NONE

 

YES

NONE

 

NONE

 

 

 

3. Finance 

The Standard Charge has been calculated on the basis of the full cost to the authority of providing the accommodation.

 

5. Risk Management Issues

As there continues to be a significant cost differential between the Local Authority and the Private Sector this could lead to a shift in placements from Local Authority homes into the Private Sector.

 


 

 

CONSULTATIONS

 

 

I confirm that the appropriate consultations have taken in place and the outcomes are as detailed below

 

Signed:   Jonathan Morgan                  Head of Homes and Safer Communities

 

 

1.Local Member(s) 

 N/A

2.Community / Town Council

N/A

3.Relevant Partners 

N/A

4.Staff Side Representatives and other Organisations 

N/A

 

 

Section 100D Local Government Act, 1972 – Access to Information

List of Background Papers used in the preparation of this report:

 

 THERE ARE NONE

 

Title of Document

 

File Ref No.

Locations that the papers are available for public inspection