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There are many changes facing adult social care but there are four that stand out the most.
Addressing loneliness through strengths-based approaches, such as social prescribing, independent travel training and befriending services, empower individuals to improve their wellbeing, and become less reliant on health and social care interventions.
Whilst centralised systems enable effective reporting and can build consistency, there are factors that need to be in place to make it work.
Bernadette Enright from Manchester City Council discusses the impact of the social care improvement plan IMPOWER have been supporting in Manchester.
Healthcare staff have shown resilience and flexibility during the most challenging of times. However, they need support from leaders to enable them to continue to deliver this work, and implement innovative strategies that will improve services.
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The Children's Act 2004 has no dedicated prevention policy. Here are three ways to enhance prevention so children and families get the right support at the right time.
Read Leo Jones's blog on the new DfE Green paper on SEND.
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