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 Technology Enabled Care... but 
not the technology 

In this report, we will be looking at the things that we’ve observed working with clients and partners since the time of publication. We are seeing common questions and observations emerging that are less about the technology and much more about how to integrate Technology Enabled Care more widely.

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 Covid-19 digital & ICT impact 
 survey of UK local authorities 

The full report of findings from our Covid-19 digital & ICT impact survey is now available for download. This briefing, produced in collaboration between Socitm and Socitm Advisory, and supported by LOLA and MCE, focusses on the impact of Covid-19 and the lockdown on local authorities

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 How AI meets social care 
 Legal and commercial 

Produced in association with Socitm Ltd. The third in our series of four guides on 'how AI meets social care', this guide considers how organisations can approach best practice in procuring AI technologies.

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 How AI meets social care 
 Introduction 

Produced in association with Socitm Ltd. This guidance addresses four key issues in respect to the adoption of AI technologies in social care; and will be useful for all considering how best to harness the opportunities presented by Artificial Intelligence.

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 Perspectives on digital 
in housing 

We have produced a white paper in partnership with HQN with on current perspectives on digital in the housing sector, with interviews from industry leaders including in Digital Leadership, empowering tenants, re-thinking the tenant experience, smarter homes and smarter workplaces.

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 Covid-19 Digital & ICT Impact 
 Survey Key Findings 

Over 2,500 staff from 90+ different local authorities have completed our Covid-19 survey. The key findings show that the pandemic has triggered a seismic shift in how we use technology to deliver local services, and some of the challenges and opportunities that come along with this.

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 How AI meets social care 
 Professional practice 

Produced in association with Socitm Ltd. The second in our series of four guides on 'how AI meets social care', this guide considers how to address the effects of AI technologies on social care practitioners, their decision-making and service outcomes.

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 Getting the most out of video- 
 calling applications 

Covid-19 is placing increased pressures on vulnerable children and adults, while also significantly impacting the way social workers are able to interact with them. We've spoken to a number of services who have recently made the transition to remote applications.

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 Getting the most out of 
 video-calling applications 

During lockdown conditions, it's more important than ever that health and social workers are able to communicate appropriately, often via face to face meetings, with the people who need them. We have put together a handy infographic giving some of the best practice guidance for ensuring effective and efficient video-calling.

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 How AI meets social care 
 Technical 

Produced in association with Socitm Ltd. The final guide in our series of four on 'how AI meets social care', this guide considers how to address technical issues in social care when embarking upon an AI journey.

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 How AI meets social care 
 Trust 

Produced in association with Socitm Ltd. The first in our series of four guides on 'how AI meets social care', this guide considers how to build trust in advocating and introducing AI.