Recovering from COVID-19: ensuring sustainable social care
At the start of 2020, the challenges local authorities faced regarding the provision of social care were already considerable. With the arrival of the COVID-19 pandemic they have increased considerably.
When the immediate crisis subsides, managing increased costs and the demand caused by COVID-19 will be a priority to help ensure sustainable adults and children's services.
The end-users of social care will continue to need to be supported and demand for both children's and adult services is likely to increase.
CIPFA, Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE) and Peopletoo - three leading organisations in their own fields - have come together to offer the social care sector a unique level of expertise in one place through a social care health check and advisory service.
These leading organisations collectively understand the issues and challenges faced by the social care sector and have considerable experience in the areas of:
By working together, we believe we are best placed to work with local authorities to help them develop robust recovery and long term social care plans.
To find out more about the social care health check, download our Building Sustainable Social Care brochure [PDF, 129 KB]. If you have any more questions, you can call or email the team using the contact details below.
Don't miss our series of free webinars exploring the issues around social care commissioning, funding, skills and more. You can register or view recordings for previous events here.
Contact John O'Halloran, Director Business Advisory & Consultancy, CIPFA on:
T: 020 7543 5600
Webchat is only available Monday to Friday, 09:00 - 17:00 (excluding UK bank holidays)