Event Resources | Health and Social Care Transformation

Health and Social Care Transformation Discovery Days have brought together local government heads of adult social services, business change, corporate services, CIO, digital, customer services, public health, and housing to:

  • Highlight the implications of the Care Act for local authorities and their service users
  • Identify areas where central and local government can collaborate on designing digital solutions to help local problems
  • Identify digital products which could be built nationally for use locally

To date, we have run three discovery events, started one product development, and are negotiating further products to add to this work stream.

Transforming Lives | Charlotte Taylor | March 2015

2 Mar 2015
Presentation on ‘Transforming Lives: A  new strategic approach for social work and social care for adults in Cambridgeshire’ focused on being proactive, preventative and personalised. Presented by Charlotte Taylor from Cambridgeshire…

Widening Digital Participation | Bob Gann | March 2015

2 Mar 2015
Presentation on NHS England’s programme to improve digital skills and reduce digital inequalities. Presented by Bob Gann at the Adult Social Care Signposting Discovery Day held on 2 March 2015 in London. Widening…

Social care user journeys | March 2015

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Three social care user journey flowcharts highlighted at the Adult Social Care Signposting Discovery Day held on 2 March 2015 in London. 3 tasks were discussed: Person looking for sheltered accommodation…

Integration and the Care Act | Terry Dafter | July 2014

29 Jul 2014
Presentation on the informatics contribution in social care by Terry Dafter, Director of Adult Social Care Stockport at Metropolitan Borough Council and Chair of ADASS IMG. Presented at the Local-Central Discovery Day…

Carers’ perspective | Louise Langham | May 2014

2 May 2014
Presentation on supporting the needs and rights for family carers of people who have dementia. Presented by Louise Langham, Carers’ Coordinator at Carers’ Call to Action on 2 May 2014…
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