The care and health improvement programme (CHIP) provides support for social care, integration and health, and the building the right support (transforming care) programme for autistic people and people with a learning disability.
Our Government funded sector support programme for care and health, is co-produced and delivered with ADASS, the Association of Directors of Adult Social Services in England.
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Social Care Policy Group: Reflections on the adult social care reform agenda
To achieve our shared vision for the workforce, we are calling for a co-produced, national workforce strategy alongside action to improve terms and conditions.
Homecare cost of care toolkit
We have co-developed a Homecare cost of care toolkit with ARCC-HR Ltd. The Excel-based toolkit will help councils and partners obtain a shared understanding of the costs of providing home care. The toolkit is open access and so can be freely used by all councils and providers.
The Forgotten Workforce – Recruiting and Retaining Personal Assistants
There are around 70,000 people in England who employ a personal assistant. PAs play a vital role in supporting people to have choice and control in their lives but are too often ‘forgotten’ within the wider social care workforce.