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Developments in the use of Special Guardianship Orders

Special Guardianship Orders
Developments in the use of Special Guardianship Orders (SGO). An in-depth look at the recent review into the use of SGO's.

25 years of innovation and growth, with no customer left behind

Never left a customer behind
Never left a customer behind. We will continue to support our products for as long as we have customers using them.

PSN changes and the impact on the IG Toolkit: Local Authority guide

LA guide: PSN changes and the IG Toolkit
As a new PSN compliance process comes into effect, what are the implications for Local Authorities and their IG Toolkit

West Berkshire: a new way of delivering adult social care

A new way of delivering adult social care

Changing the conversation to deliver adult social care more effectively

Listening and learning - let's start talking sense in social care

Let's start talking sense in social care

Social care is littered with language that doesn’t belong. 

KTP Innovation Partnership: Unleashing the power of Big Data across Health and Social Care

Big Data across Health and Social Care
Exploring the power of Big Data across Health and Social Care - a KTP Innovation Partnerhsip

Changing the delivery of adult social care support - Essex County Council

Changing the delivery of adult social care support

How three simple conversations can help connect people to people, rather than people to services.

Financial austerity in social care - we have to change the conversation

Financial austerity in social care

Despite increasing need, social care spending is at it's lowest for 20 years. It's time for the conversation to change.

The power of three: Saving significant amounts of money in health and social care

The power of three: conversations

The public sector is regularly accused of hiding behind cliches and jargon, particularly when it comes to claims of improving s

Why social work should stop assessing service users and start to talk to people

Social Care.. lets start talking to people

A number of councils realise they have become, as one director put it, “assessment for services factories”.

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