We’re delighted to be back after our break, and even more delighted that this show has been crown-funded. As usual the show features regular presenters Stuart Arnott from Mindings and Shirley Ayres, bringing you news of innovation in social care.
“technology supports the development of solutions that are tailored and accessible to individuals while also enabling their wide distribution at significantly lower cost than traditional services” Annika Small Nominet Trust
“My (printed) copy arrived this morning. Very well researched and informative. Well done Shirley – and thank you for mentioning new electronic version of Whose Shoes? – aligned to TLAP’s ‘Making It Real’. Planning launch programme with TLAP next week! “ Gill Phillips @WhoseShoes
Whether you work in the public, private or not-for-profit sectors (or are a carer or use services), digital technology is transforming the way care services are delivered. It will not, of course, ever replace human contact, kindness, empathy and understanding. But it does allow people to connect in different ways, quickly and easily. Digital technology and social networks provide some of the most powerful tools available today for building a sense of belonging, support and sharing among groups of people who share similar interests and concerns.
The Click Guide to Digital Technology for Adult Social Care has been developed to help professionals, carers and service users make use of the fantastic resources which are already available across the whole spectrum of needs in adult social care today. We believe it is important to bring all of this information together in a single place. The Guide lists more than a hundred resources, spanning the areas of care, health and housing.
The Click Guide to Digital Technology for Adult Social Care can be downloaded instantly as aneBookat a cost of £3-99 or ordered as a hard copy printed publication.
Contact us to find out about the discounts available for bulk orders of the printed publication.