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Adur & Worthing Councils

Our project wishes to bring joined-up, best-practice digital thinking to the challenging problem of local service directories. Every local authority, health organisation, police force, together with other voluntary sector partners are attempting to maintain some form of local directory-based information with massive duplication of effort.  Typically there is little join-up,…

Adur and Worthing Councils

The need for well maintained local directories of community services is well established in local government, the NHS and community infrastructure organisations.  Access by residents to a range of support within the community has never been more important.  At present there is no national data standard for service directories – registers…

Basildon Borough Council

As per the Civil Contingencies Act 2004 local authorities are a category 1 responders and have a key role in supporting emergency services and are equally responsible for assessing the risk, plan and exercise for emergencies, ensuring business continuity and warning and informing the public during an emergency. Local authorities…

Buckinghamshire County Council

To understand what opportunities exist to redesign the digital elements of front door services in adult social care. This is to support the council’s move to a ‘strengths based’ approach to adult social care. Specifically, this project will explore what more can be done to better signpost to non statutory…

Buckinghamshire County Council

NHS Choices estimate that over the next 17 years more than 16 million of us will be over the age of 65. With less money available and increasing demand, adult social care services across the country are under increasing pressure. The most forward thinking councils are investing in early intervention…

City of Wolverhampton Council

We want to discover how we reduce demand on the public sector by developing community led digital platforms to connect local people, to each other, activities, information and assets. The Care Act 2014 requires councils to provide information and advice on how people can lead healthier and more active lives.…

Devon County Council

Our project wishes to bring joined-up digital thinking to the thorny problem of directory-based information. Every local authority, health organisation, police force, together with other voluntary sector partners are attempting to maintain some form of directory-based information. Aside from the basic fact that this is difficult information to curate in…

Greater Manchester Combined Authority

Local authorities have a duty to ensure that people can get the information and advice they need to make good decisions about care and support, including preventative measures such as attention to their home circumstances. Yet cost constraints, as well as lack of expertise, make this challenging. We want to…

London Borough of Tower Hamlets

In the Alpha phase, we seek to address the questions: How do we build connection at a hyper-local level? How do we enable interactivity with conveners across the system? We will respond by adapting an existing technology, Tribe™ https://www.tribeproject.org/, which has been designed to address inequality of care provision, to…

Newcastle City Council

Problem Statement At Newcastle City Council we have adopted an agile approach to developing digital services for our customers. We don’t, however, have a consistent process to receive, analyse and act upon our users using Beta public services. This view is shared with collaborative partners, North of Tyne group. Having…

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