Individual Placement & Support (IPS)

Greater Manchester Combined Authority (GMCA) and Greater Manchester Health  & Social Care  Partnership (GMHSCP) are working on a joint project to increase Specialist Employment Service provision (Supported Employment and Individual Placement and Support) for people with learning disabilities, people with severe mental illness and autistic adults specifically. It is proposed that this is done through the commissioning of a new GM service, part funded by European funding.

Publisher: 
Policy & research organisations
Topics: 
Individual Placement & Support (IPS)
Year of Publication: 
2016
Type: 
Research, Web link

The American Psychiatric Association has published the results of a longitudinal survey into the provision of IPS services in the USA.

NHS England has announced a major expansion of a landmark scheme designed to help tens of thousands of patients with serious mental health problems who want to work, to find employment.
The voluntary scheme, known as Individual Placement and Support (IPS), is being rolled out to 28 new local NHS areas, meaning eight out of ten parts of England will have access to the programme.

NHS England are hosting three workshops to support the expansion of Individual Placement and Support (IPS) as part of the Five Year Forward View and NHS Long Term Plan. The workshops aim to:

NHS England has confirmed the bidding process for Wave 2 of the Individual Placement Support funding and launched it on 7 November. Applications should be returned by close of play on Wednesday 5th December 2018 to England.mentalhealthsouth@nhs.net and copy to england.adultMH@nhs.net

We are trying to locate all the documentation needed to submit an application and will post a link on this page.

A £7.9m pilot has been officially launched to help South Yorkshire people with disabilities and health conditions to stay in employment and rejoin the workforce. The 'Working Win' scheme aims to assess the best type of support for those who are out of work, or struggling in employment due to health problems.

Publisher: 
Policy & research organisations
Topics: 
Individual Placement & Support (IPS), Mental health, Ex-offenders
Year of Publication: 
2018
Type: 
Research

Only 6% of people leaving prison receive support to find competitive work. Funded by J Paul Getty Jnr Charitable Trust, The Henry Smith Charity, and Garfield Weston Foundation, this project worked with prison leavers from eight West Midland prisons.

This project trialled Individual Placement and Support (IPS) with a population it had not been tested on before: people with mental health problems leaving prison.

Publisher: 
Central Government
Topics: 
Individual Placement & Support (IPS), Best practice
Year of Publication: 
2018
Type: 
Web link, Best practice

The government’s Joint Work and Health Unit has commissioned an independent consortium to support the growth of IPS services. As part of its work, the consortium has produced a number of useful tools and templates to support the growth of consistently high quality IPS services. These can be accessed at www.ipsgrow.org.uk, a new website that brings together a range of information, guidance and template documents to support the development of IPS services.

As outlined in the Five Year Forward View for Mental Health and Implementing the Five Year Forward View for Mental Health, NHS England has committed to doubling access to Individual Placement and Support (IPS) services nationally by 2020/21, enabling approximately 20,000 people who experience a severe mental illness (SMI) to find and retain employment.

Publisher: 
Policy & research organisations
Topics: 
Individual Placement & Support (IPS)
Year of Publication: 
2018
Type: 
Research

This Amertican research sought to examine whether individual placement and support (IPS) / supported employment is better than a stepwise vocational rehabilitation programme that includes transitional work in helping unemployed veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder become steady workers.

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