What's your vision for 2020?

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During January, you’ll hear us asking this question a lot. We’ll be helping social care employers to focus on what they want to achieve, improve, develop and change during 2020. We’ll kick-start 2020 by offering a few ideas on what you can do to improve your service.

Over four weeks in January, we’ll support your thinking around:

  • developing your vision for 2020
  • improving your service
  • improving and developing the skills of your workforce
  • improving health and wellbeing in your service
  • attracting and developing the right talent.

We have resources to support your service - discounted this month only

Stay up-to-date with the campaign

Keep an eye on this page, as we’ll be adding more information and links to useful resources, articles and blogs over the coming weeks.

 You can:

  • follow the campaign on social media #Your2020Vision
  • sign up to our popular fortnightly enews here. That way you can keep up-to-date with the latest developments, resources and information for your role and your service.

ARTICLE: Time to talk about social care: a vision for 2020 (Interim CEO, Skills for Care)

There’s no doubt that social care has not only shot up the political agenda, but also in the public consciousness, so I want 2020 to be the year when we really talk up the massive contribution the 1.49 million strong workforce makes in our communities.

Read the full article on The Guardian here

BLOG: Being a registered manager is unlike anything else 

In this blog, Rebecca Heyes, Registered Manager at GS Social Care reflects on her successes during her first 12 months in the role and shares her vision and thoughts for 2020.

Read the blog here

This week, we'll be sharing tips and ideas to help you to improve your service in 2020. 

ARTICLE: Quality improvment: identifying and driving improvements in your service in 2020 

This article uses learning from our ‘Guide to improvement’ to outline some of the ways that you can identify improvements and make the required changes to ensure that your service delivers high-quality care and support and meets the required standards.

Read the article here

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