Tunstall has supported the development of the County Councils Network’s (CCN) latest Analysis Report; Employing Assistive Technology in Adult Social Care. The report examines the vital role of technology in the future of the adult social care system in England, and makes a series of recommendations ahead of the expected reforms in autumn.
The report presents a survey of CCN’s 36 member authorities of which 17 responded (47%), a comprehensive review of relevant literature, and an expert roundtable comprising representatives of CCN’s member authorities involved in the commissioning and strategic delivery of social care services. It provides unique insight into the status of assistive technology in local authorities, in terms of strategy, integration and impact on other care services, as well as making a series of recommendations to the Government, including the introduction of a National Strategic Framework for integrating Assistive Technology into social care.
You can learn more and receive a copy here
The County Councils Network (CCN) is the national voice for England’s county councils. It represents 23 county councils and 13 county unitary authorities. Collectively, they represent 25 million people or 47% of the country’s population.