MacIntyre’s On Track service is for adults with learning disabilities who have offended or are at risk of offending. People live in their own homes with support from experienced and skilled staff. The project was developed for the Bury PCT, and individuals are supported to live in their own homes, with intensive support from MacIntyre staff. The service is innovative in that the people supported in this way would otherwise be detained in secure hospitals or assessment units. Each person is supported in a person-centred way to learn new skills, live as independently as possible whilst monitoring and controlling the risk they pose to themselves and the public.
On Track Case Study - December 2012.pdf
for a project overview, outlining how the project focused on co-production, community building, a capabilities approach to disability, integrated services, and personalisation.
Accessible Case Study - On Track - Final (2).pdf
for an accessible case study review prepared for the Department of Health