Support with developing or commissioning AA provision

We know that high quality development and commissioning is critical to ensuring an effective AA scheme. That's why we're working to help make that a reality in every area.

If you have responsibility for researching, developing or commissioning an appropriate adult scheme for your  local area, we can help you in the following ways. 


National guidance

What is it?

An online knowledgebase providing practical information and guidance on achieving effective AA services for children and/or vulnerable adults that meet thenational standards, via the:

  • development of in-house schemes (e.g. managed and provided directly by a youth offending team or social services) and/or
  • commissioning of contracted provision.

Click here for a snapshot of what it looks like.

How do I access it?

Members

Just login to the website using your normal details and then click the button below.  

Enter guidance

Non-members

We'd strongly encourage your organisation to apply for associate membership of NAAN in order to support the charity. 

However, we are currently offering free access to this resource for public authorities. 

Simply create an account, and select the 'Commissioners' user group. Under 'Scheme Access Code' please type 'n/a'.  

If you experience any techincal issues, please contact us.

Once we've approved your registration, just login to the website and then click the button below.

Enter guidance


Specialist advice

What is it?

NAAN has a wealth of experience advising commissioners as they research the market and develop their specifications. We can provide bespoke advice by email, phone or virtual meetings. Equally, if you are not sure that commissioning is the right route for your area, we can support you as you develop an in-house scheme. 

How do I access it?

Members

If it's a simple query, just get in touch via the usual email address or phone number.

If you'd like us to provide detailed and ongoing support with your development or commissioning project, we'll discuss an appropriate additional contribution to the charity with you. 

Non-members

We are always happy to have an initial chat with developers and commissioners of AA schemes. 

We'd encourage you to apply for associate membership of NAAN. There's a small fee (essential to our sustainability as a small charity) which we hope you'll agree represents excellent value.  

If you'd like us to provide detailed and ongoing support with your development or commissioning project, we'll discuss an appropriate additional contribution to the charity with you. 


Dynamic purchasing system

What is it?

We are working with a specialist partner on the first 'DPS' for appropriate adult provision. 

Commissioners are under pressure to do more for less. You face huge challenges when sourcing products and services to help run efficient organisations. You are tasked with delivering value for money and positive community impact. It is important, complex, challenging and resource intensive; but it often feels impossible because budgets and time are so tight.

The AA framework will be ready-made for you to access, deliver value for money and be quick and simple to use. It includes a national template specification developed by NAAN in line with the national standards and ready for you to tailor to local needs, plus a panel of pre-screened prospective providers. 

How do I access it?

Potential commissioners and providers can find out more about the Appropriate Adults DPS on the YPO website. 

If you are a provider which is interested in applying to join the DPS, you can register your interest via Proactis.

 


London AA development project

What is it?

We're working with MOPAC, NHS England London Region, the Metropolitan Police and London Councils to ensure effective AA provision across London. 

The project is a response to the lack of statutory provision of AAs for vulnerable adults. Significant new funding is available for London local authorities to provide or commission AA services. 

In addition, as a partner on the project we can offer councils in London with free information and advice about making the most of this opportunity for their community. 

How do I access it?

We've added a London project section to the national guidance. It includes lots of information about the project and how to access the funding. 

Members 

You can get in touch via the usual email address or phone number or just login to the website using your normal details and then click the button below.  

Enter guidance

Non-members

The easiest way to access information about the project is to register for the national guidance (see above).

If you have further questions or need advice, please contact us.

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