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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,…

Birmingham City Council

Adult Social Care provides home care support to over 7000 citizens who are vulnerable, frail and may suffer early signs of cognitive impairment.  Following guidance from the NICE, and Birmingham City Council’s (BCC) commitment to provide excellent services, BCC increased the duration of its care visits from 15 to 30…

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…

Calderdale Metropolitan Borough Council

People want to live in their own homes for as long as possible and the Care Act 2014 confers, on local authorities, the responsibility to promote wellbeing along with preventing the need for care and support. We want to use digital technology to help more people live safely in their…

Cambridgeshire County Council

There are many problems to solve when it comes to helping people with Learning Disabilities (LD) and / or additional needs find employment.  The particular problems we are trying to solve with this bid are – people with LD don’t always know what options are available to them after education…

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.…

Gloucestershire Clinical Commissioning Group

Through the discovery work undertaken as part of our Telehealth contract, our Technology Enabled Care pilot and our equipment service redesign we have found that all elements currently work in silo of one another meaning that there is significant duplication between services and a poor user journey. As such we…

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…

London Borough of Harrow

The Councils’ telecare services are focussed on providing a rapid and reliable response to a vulnerable person in need of help, two of the most common dangers being falls and fires. If Councils could identify service users whose recent behaviour suggested that they were at an elevated risk of falling or…

London Borough of Hounslow

The London Borough of Hounslow is increasingly developing services that can be accessed digitally and are continuously looking at new innovative ways we can communicate with our residents, we are keen to explore how this offering is impacting housing residents who do not have access to computers or smartphones and…

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