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Telling it how it is

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Connecting jigsaw pieces

A few months ago, Think Local Act Personal (TLAP)'s Tim Parkin wondered whether their insight group was a foolhardy enterprise or demonstrated remarkable foresight. With the publication of the group’s report into the effects of the pandemic on people who access care and support, as seen through the lens of personalisation, he offers a few observations on the journey and thoughts for the future.

Stop managing online content - start curating knowledge instead

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When it comes to searching the web for social care and health information, Jim Thomas, Skills for Care's Programme Head for Workforce Innovation, always find plenty. But how do we know what we're looking at is the most relevant? How …

Expanded partnership pledges greater personalisation of care services

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Almost 50 leading health, care and housing organisations have partnered up to transform public service delivery to promote people’s independence and wellbeing. Regular site visitors will already know that Think Local Act Personal (TLAP) is a national partnership which aims …

Getting personal: supporting and enhancing the personal assistant workforce

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Whilst there has been much talk around better integration of health and care services (as evidenced by the £3.8 billion integration innovation fund launched earlier this year), a vital component of this enterprise is the promotion and support of personalised …

NCAS 2013: personalisation workshop - refreshing the commitment for personalised care and support

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At the Department of Health we’re always keen to do what we can to ensure policy initiatives maintain a constant and positive momentum. It’s another reason we are looking forward to NCAS and the chance to update delegates – and …