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Cambridgeshire County Council

Loneliness is a universal public health issue that   impacts health and wellbeing (Nyqvist et al., 2016) and generates more demand for social care and health services. The problem that this project seeks to address is a lack of understanding of how and where our council should deploy interventions. Within…

Cheshire West and Chester Council

Through discussions with other councils we discovered that there is a common challenge in following children’s journeys through statutory and non-statutory social services. This can make it much harder to make informed decisions around service delivery and can result in children bouncing between services without accessing the right support. We…

City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council

To effectively deliver frontline services it is becoming critical to move to locality based models that take advantage of public sector assets and buildings close to where support is needed and delivered. This requires dynamic coordination between multiple agencies and a specific understanding of space availability, utilisation and cost. Our…

Gateshead Council

The 12 North East Councils wish to progress their digital ambitions by doing the necessary preparatory work to ensure our digital system architecture is ready to plumb into the regional HIE and social care clientele are fully informed about how we will share and use their data. Supported by ADASS,…

Gateshead Metropolitan Borough Council

In line with government’s plan for integrated health and social care services by 2020, the North East Association of Directors of Adult Social Care (ADASS), is working to support delivery of a Great North Care Record (GNCR); an innovative partnership programme that will serve 3.6 million people across the North…

Gloucestershire Clinical Commissioning Group

Within Gloucestershire we have many silo'ed services that all have the joint aim of increasing independence, mobility and safety within the home and community.  We want to join these up to not only improve the outcomes of the individuals through the shared learning of each service but also remove the duplication…

Isle of Wight Council

As part of delivering integrated health and social care services on the Isle of Wight we have established a number of joint teams comprising of staff from multiple organisations. Currently the teams still rely a lot on paper and are co-located rather than working in a truly integrated way. We…

London Borough of Islington

The ability to use data better has benefits for councils, their public sector partners, and citizens. However, as local government strives to make better use of data assets, issues of privacy, confidentiality, cybersecurity, and ethics emerge, particularly around data linkage, analytics, and the use of predictive models. For data linkage…

London Borough of Southwark

10,000 young people, as young as 16 years old, leave care every year. Care leavers are some of the most vulnerable young people in our society and it is the local authorities’ responsibility to give them the care and support into adulthood (25 years old). All care leavers have a…

London Borough of Sutton

Domestic Abuse (DA) is a key priority across all three boroughs, and one of the London Mayor’s five priorities in his Police and Crime Plan. Locally, it’s estimated that 1 in 20 people are affected by DA, either directly or indirectly. It is a key priority for the Safer Merton,…

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