Apples and Oranges: why we needed to take a different approach to adult Care and Support procedures

Well established and trusted by 80% of local authorities to deliver effective and professional procedures for children’s services, we recognised that...

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Matching the care to the need, the carer to the cared for, and the available technology to the provision of care.

The need for new ways of delivering social care is greater than it has ever been. Cera looks to other sectors, travel and financial services for examp...

Why technology is needed to reinvent the UK’s social care system

Technology has transformed the way we shop, travel and live our everyday lives. But health and social care in the UK have traditionally been immune to...

An Englishman’s home is his rabbit hutch? Implications of the national space standard for the building control profession

In this third and final article on issues concerning the building control profession, James Carson of Idox looks at the impact the new national space...

When councils outsource why don’t they secure the quality of associated online services?

When councils outsource local services like leisure centres, libraries or bulky waste collections why is it that securing a high quality user experien...

VIDEO: Social care commissioners embrace 'elevator pitch’ introduction to possibilities of tech-enabled care

Fast exposure to the possibilities of tech-enabled health and social care has been warmly received by social care commissioners attending the ADASS Ca...

VIDEO: Joe Tibbetts in Conversation with Paul Greenhead of Methods Advisory

We caught up with Paul Greenhead at Socitm 2016 and suggested that genuine transformation in the public sector was "as rare as teeth in hens" Paul did...