The examples in this report show what can be achieved by system leaders and staff from local government, the NHS, the voluntary, community and social enterprise sector, and service user and carer groups working together to improve health and deliver person-centred care.
This resource pack looks at the ways that we deliver our responsibilities around early education and childcare, which are incredibly important when it comes to giving our youngest residents a head start.
This briefing paper is based on work at two LGA/ Association of Directors of Adult Social Services (ADASS) workshops in April/May 2018 on working with risk in the context of Making Safeguarding Personal.
The survey was conducted in March-August 2018 in order to inform ongoing discussions between Teachers’ Pensions stakeholders and Teachers’ Pensions about the flow of pensions data between pensions administrators and TP.
This resource pack is designed to help councillors understand what permanency is, the factors that can have an impact and the questions that will help to understand what’s working well and what could be improved.
The survey was conducted in February-May 2018 in order to gather information about educational improvement professionals, educational psychologists and young people’s/community service managers. The information collected related to pay and grading, working status, vacancies, workforce characteristics, recruitment difficulties, and information about recruits.
This report summarises the findings of the LGA’s Digital Transformation Programme. The Digital Transformation programme was established in March 2016 when, following a comprehensive bidding and assessment process, the Local Government Association (LGA) agreed to fund 20 projects involving 35 councils and their partners.