In 2022 the Department for Health and Social Care (DHSC) mandated that all local authorities undertake 'Cost of Care' (CofC) exercises for older people 65+ nursing and residential care and 18+ home care services and that the findings from this should be published following the submission to DHSC.
The exercise conducted by the council was originally submitted to DHSC in October 2022 and the Annex B (PDF) CofC report and full Annex A (PDF) CofC tables have now been published online in line with DHSC guidance. This report summarises the results from submissions received from Adult Social Care (ASC) providers delivering care services in Surrey to the local CofC exercise.
A letter (PDF) has been issued to Surrey care providers to provide more detail and context on the process.
The report explains:
- tools used and approach adopted for the cost of care exercises
- market response rates
- methodology used to calculate the 2022 to 2023 cost rates and results of the analysed returns submitted by providers
- the council's view on how representative the returns received from providers are of the whole market and therefore how they should be used
- the council's planned use of 2022 to 2023 market sustainability and Cost of Care funding.
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Files available to download
Annex A Cost of Care (PDF)
Annex A contains all of the tables from the Cost of Care exercise requested by the Department for Health and Care
Cost of Care Report – Annex B (PDF)
Surrey County Council’s response to the 'Cost of Care' exercise carried out in 2022, requested by the Department of health and social care.
Cost of Care – Letter for Providers (PDF)
Letter written to residential and nursing care providers operating in Surrey, informing them where to find Surreys response to the ‘Cost of Care’ exercise.