Social care benchmarking clubs

Meaningful comparative data is difficult to find in social care. CIPFA's social care benchmarking clubs help authorities share data in a non-judgemental environment.

For more than a decade, we have been collating unique datasets and developing our Social Care Benchmarking Clubs to provide meaningful comparisons and enhance the effectiveness and efficiency of social care services. Our focused reporting with informative visualisations and trend analysis adds even more value to the outputs and monitors the performance and improvements over the years.  

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Children's social care

This year again we are offering four benchmarking clubs that cover children's services: 

A free children's services summary report will be available to members who take part in all children's services clubs.

Adult social care

The adult social care clubs have been amended to take account of changes due to the Care Act 2014 and the new adult social care finance reporting structure for SeRCOP 2014/15. They provide invaluable support to authorities.

This year we are running three exercises, building on the successful approach used last year to target key areas in adult social care:

A free adult social care summary report will be available to members who take part in all adult social care clubs. This summary report will draw upon key information already provided within our clubs as well as incorporating information from central government.

Other clubs

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