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17 Oct 201816 Nov 2018
Adult Care Services, Learning Disabilities, Day, Evening, Weekend and Planned Breaks Framework 1st Opening
Suffolk County Council are currently out to tender for the first opening of the Framework for Adult Care Services, Learning Disabilities, Day, Evening, Weekend and Planned Breaks Framework Reopening. The deadline for submission of tenders is 16th November 2018. Bids submitted after this time will not be permitted and therefore not accepted. The deadline for clarification questions is 2nd November at 5.30pm. Clarifications sent after this time will not be answered.
Location : Suffolk, England, United Kingdom
05 Oct 201830 Oct 2018
Victim Services for Cumbria
The Commissioner is working with funding partners Cumbria County Council, Cumbria Constabulary, NHS England and local District Councils, amongst other agencies, to develop the support available for people who have been affected by crime and abuse. The overarching objectives of this work are to help keep people safe, prevent re-victimisation, enable them to cope with the immediate impact of a crime or abuse and to recover from the longer-term legacy of the experience. The successful Bidder will be required to provide the Service which includes the individual assessment of needs and risk for people affected by crime and some types of abuse, as well as provision of emotional and practical support; support with the criminal justice process and advocacy, including IDVA and ISVA support. The Service will also provide a 'pathway' to accessing services which people affected by crime and abuse need, minimising the number of individuals and agencies they have contact with before finding the right support and reducing the need to repeat their story. The Commissioner and funding partners have set out in this IFB document their key requirements for the Service and welcome innovative, appropriate proposals from interested parties to enable them to develop a service which best meets the needs of those affected by crime in Cumbria and which is feasible within the context of the current local services, partnership structures and the resources available.
Location : Cumbria, England, United Kingdom
03 Oct 201802 Nov 2018
Community Adult Hearing Service AQP
This is an opportunity for interested organisations to qualify to provide a Community Adult Hearing Service for patients of the CWHHE collaborative of Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCG) under the Any Qualified Provider (AQP) process. The CWHHE collaborative is the working partnership between NHS Central London CCG, NHS West London CCG, NHS Hammersmith and Fulham CCG, NHS Hounslow CCG and NHS Ealing CCG. The CWHHE collaborative are seeking to commission a hearing loss service to allow people with hearing problems within these CCG boroughs to receive high quality, efficient services delivered close to home, with short waiting times and high responsiveness to the needs of the local communities, which are free at the point of access. The Provider is required to supply a Community Adult Hearing Service for any patient registered with a GP practice within the area covered by the CCGs listed above, including those of no fixed abode. The service will commence from the 1st April 2019 until 31st March 2022, a contract period of three years, with the option to extend for a further two years. The contract (NHS Standard Contract as mandated by NHS England) will be procured using the AQP Process. The AQP is a single stage process consisting of qualification and technical stages contained within one document. Accreditation to the contract will result from providers complying with all requirements contained within.
Location : SALFORD, England, United Kingdom
03 Oct 201802 Nov 2018
HAC5398 Domiciliary and personal care: Northwest Quadrant
The Authority is seeking to conclude a Framework with a single Domiciliary Care Provider for the spot purchase of domiciliary and personal care services to adults aged 18+ in the North West of the Borough. The Council intends to issue an invitation to tender for a Framework for domiciliary and personal care from which individual packages of care and support will be spot purchased. Inclusion in the Framework will not in itself guarantee a particular level of business for the provider,. Standard contractual terms and conditions will apply with individual Purchase Orders subsequently being used to create a contract for service on an individual basis.
Location : London, England, United Kingdom
25 Sep 201829 Oct 2018
East Midlands Regional Children's Framework Agreement
Northamptonshire County Council, on behalf of the East Midlands Regional Children's Framework Agreement (EMRCF) Consortium, wishes to invite Tenders for the provision of Children's Homes and Fostering Services Placements for Children and Young People. The EMRCF Consortium includes the following local authorities: -Derby City Council -Derbyshire County Council -Leicester City Council -Leicestershire County Council -Lincolnshire County Council -Northamptonshire County Council -Nottingham City Council -Nottinghamshire County Council -Rutland County Council The Services for the EMRCF Framework Agreement to be provided have been categorised into two (2) Lots and split into Categories, which are described in terms of complexity and risk for each Child or Young Person's individual needs. The Lots are split as follows: Lot 1: Children's Homes -Category 1.1 Standard Children's Homes Emotional Behaviour Difficulties (EBD) Provision -Category 1.2 Specialist Children's Homes Emotional Behaviour Difficulties (EBD) Provision -Category 1.3 Specialist Children's Homes Autistic Spectrum Condition (ASC) with challenging behaviour - non Learning Difficulties (LD) or low level LD -Category 1.4 Specialist Children's Homes Autistic Spectrum Condition (ASC) with challenging behaviour - moderate or severe LD -Category 1.5 Specialist Children's Homes Complex Health Needs Lot 2: Fostering Services -Category 2.1 Standard Fostering Provision -Category 2.2 Specialist Fostering Provision -Category 2.3 Specialist Fostering Disabilities -Category 2.4 Specialist Fostering Complex Health Needs
Location : Northampton, England, United Kingdom
25 Sep 201826 Oct 2018
Tower Hamlets Last Years of Life Befriending and Dementia Support Service
NHS Tower Hamlets Clinical Commissioning Group is seeking to commission an organisation that will support the delivery of Last Years of Life Befriending and Dementia Support Service. The Service will be delivered and based in London Borough of Tower Hamlets and managed locally. The objectives of the service is to provide a service for people in the last year of life that enables them to remain at home for as long as possible, if this is their choice. The service seeks to improve the experience of patients in local services and supports them/their carers to have the best quality of life possible. It also aim to help those patients with dementia and give them the support to live in their last years of life. The estimated annual contract value is £91,500. Total estimated for three years is £274,500. The initial contract will be for the duration of 2 years with the options to extend for a further 1 year. It is anticipated that the new service will commence on 1 April 2019. This procurement is for clinical services which are part of the 'Light Touch Regime' for the purpose of the Regulations. However the contract value for this procurement is below the threshold for Light Touch Regime. The procedure that the Authority/Commissioner is following is as set out in this ITT. As the Authority/Commissioner is a relevant body for the purposes of the National Health Service (Procurement Patient Choice and Competition) (No.2) Regulation 2013 these regulations also apply to this procurement. The Commissioner is following an Open Procurement procedure as is set out in the Invitation to Tender.
Location : LONDON, England, United Kingdom
25 Sep 201830 Jul 2020
WSCC JR - 2015 Children and Young People's Emotional Wellbeing and Mental Health Early Intervention Services
This is a notice for social and specific services in accordance with Directive 2014/2/EU Article 74 and is for the provision of Children and Young People Emotional Wellbeing and Mental Health Early Intervention (Tier 2) Services categorised as: Counselling, Group Based Therapeutic Activities, Information Advice and Guidance, Training and Facilitation to Services. The DPS commenced on the 1st of August 2015, this notice is to stimulate further competition inviting new and emerging service providers to apply (via PQQ) to join the DPS.
Location : West Sussex, England, United Kingdom
25 Sep 201802 Nov 2018
Young Person's Substance Misuse Treatment Service
The Council's requirement under this Contract is for delivery of an integrated young person's substance misuse treatment service. Full details can be found in the specification.
Location : England, United Kingdom
05 Sep 201804 Dec 2018
CSE Provider Agreement for the Provision of Care Support and Enablement for Younger Adults with Disabilities and/or Complex Needs - 2018-2022
Nottinghamshire County Council (The Council) is seeking tenders from Service Providers wishing to join a CSE Provider Agreement for the provision for Care, Support and Enablement Services (CSE) for Younger Adults with Disabilities and/or Complex Needs. LOT 1 - Care, Support and Enablement (accommodation based and Outreach) LOT 2 - Care, Support and Enablement as above plus guaranteed introduction of new tenancies for the CSE Service Users Nottinghamshire County Council created a CSE Provider Agreement opportunity originally under DN341119. This opportunity is a continuation of that CSE Provider Agreement. The County Council will assess new applicants to the CSE Provider Agreement quarterly. If a provider is already awarded a place on the CSE Provider Agreement they do not need to apply again under this opportunity.
Location : Nottingham, England, United Kingdom
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