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Expert adult social care insight
We’ve provided our data, intelligence and the adult social care insight to Health Education England, Sustainability and Transformation Plans (STP's), Transforming Care Partnerships (TCPs), Pioneer sites and Vanguard sites.
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The Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) for NHS Greater Manchester are part of a transformation programme involving a devolution deal with the Government which puts them in charge of their own health and social care provision.
Jo Finnerty, Workforce Lead for Social Care, tells us about this work and how we helped them get a deeper insight into the workforce and any issues and trends that might affect priorities. Read the full case study.
There is no question: we are the experts for adult social care data.
We can work with your management team to help provide valuable insight and evidence into our sector and help you solve problems for your clients.
We hold data from over 20,000 care locations and on over 700,000 individual workers.
We collect hundreds of pieces of data on all the services in the sector and the workforce.
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Skills for Care is working with Health Education England, Skills for Health, Transforming Care partners and other key stakeholders to support the ambitions of the Transforming Care programme.
You can read more about this work here.
The most up-to-date and comprehensive overview of the size and shape of the growing adult social care sector and workforce in England.
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This report builds on the workforce estimates published in the 'size of' report, and provides more in-depth information about the sector and it's workforce.
These nine reports give a detailed overview of key data on the adult social care workforce for each of the nine Government office regions in England:
North EastNorth WestYorkshire and HumberEast MidlandsWest MidlandsLondonSouth EastSouth WestEastern
Find out how you can use our expertise, data and understanding of the adult social care workforce