Case studies

Innovation in local government is about improving the lives of the people in our communities. Browse through our case studies to see the many innovative programmes councils are involved in.

If you have a case study you'd like to share here, please get in touch. Please use our case study template when submitting a case study.
Filter by topics
- All -
Filter by support type
- All -
Your search returned 246 results

A collaborative approach to Helping Older People Remain Independent in their Homes.

A collaborative approach to Helping Older People Remain Independent in their Homes.

A personalised approach to quality assuring care and support - Surrey County Council

Surrey County Council has a quality assurance team of 4.5 quality assurance managers who undertake monitoring visits to care homes, home care providers and supported living schemes.

Active Family Challenge (Bristol City Council

The project context The Active Family Challenge was set up to encourage children away from the TV and computer and increase their physical activity levels. It was also designed to provide research for Bristol City Council into gaps in services. It aimed to find out whether focusing on the whole family would increase activity.

Active Herts

Active Herts is a research led and independently evaluated project which uses evidence-based behaviour change techniques to support inactive adults to increase their physical activity levels.

Air quality in Portsmouth: using design principles to address air quality

Public health in Portsmouth is threatened by poor air quality. Across the UK, it is estimated that air pollution contributes to between 28,000 and 36,000 deaths per year.

Arden and Solihull TCP: a framework for procuring community supported living

Arden and Solihull Transforming Care Partnership (TCP) have developed a commissioning framework for community living for people with a learning disability and/or autism who display behaviour that challenges. This forms part of our adult social care markets and commissioning resource.

Bath and North East Somerset Health and Wellbeing Board

Bath and North East Somerset is one of the three ‘places’ in the Bath and North East Somerset, Swindon and Wiltshire Sustainability and Transformation Partnership (STP), which is working to become an integrated care system. This case study forms part of our integrated care system (ICS) resource.

Bath: Home First/D2A

CURO is a not-for-profit housing and support organisation based in Bath, providing affordable homes and care and support services across the West of England. This example of a local initiative forms part of our managing transfers of care resource.

Blackburn with Darwen Council: making the most of telecare

Blackburn with Darwen Borough Council has put itself at the forefront of assistive care technology. It uses both monitored and stand-alone devices to help 2,500 people live independently.

Digitalisation

Blackburn with Darwen Home First with trusted assessment

Success for partners in Blackburn with Darwen has been achieved through shared recognition of a problem, and a commitment to developing a solution, and testing, revising and taking it further. This example of a local initiative forms part of our managing transfers of care resource.