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Staff of local authority social services departments at 30 September, England

Staff of local authority social services departments at 30 September, England

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Published by (D.H.S.S., Statistics and Research Division 6) in (London) .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementDepartment of Health and Social Security. 1982.
SeriesPersonal social services local authority statistics, S/F83/1
ContributionsGreat Britain. Department of Health and Social Security. Statistics and Research Division 6.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19597673M

Published by Social Enterprise UK in May , Procuring for Good paints the most comprehensive picture yet about how local authorities in England are using the Public Services (Social Value) Act. Research for the report found that: 1 in 3 (33%) councils in England routinely consider social value in their procurement and commissioning.   Cuts to local authority social care budgets mean deflection is increasingly running in the other direction: from the local authority to the NHS. For example, difficulties establishing social care support for people when they leave hospital contribute to .

For local authority children’s and adults’ services, social workers, housing staff and safeguarding boards. Review of transformation programme SCIE is assessing Tameside's plans for adult social care against good practice, conducting cost-benefit analysis and facilitating workshops with staff and people who use services to develop. to Local Authorities. In addition, a new executive agency – Public Health England (PHE) – was created to deliver services at a national level, take a lead for public health, and support the development of the workforce (DoH, a). Among the new responsibilities of local authorities is a statutory duty to establish a Health.

Social Worker Not For Profit People (£25, – £37, per annum • Contract) Oakham, Rutland Social WorkerIf you’re looking for an opportunity to be part of a team of committed social workers who work together from one location, where your skills and experience can make. Department of Health strategic statement for social work with adults in England Page 5 of 7 professionals. We will do this by working with DfE, the sector and with people who use services and their carers, to design a model of reflective supervision which puts people with lived experience at the heart of modern social work.


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Social care in England is defined as the provision of social work, personal care, protection or social support services to children or adults in need or at risk, or adults with needs arising from illness, disability, old age or poverty.

The main legal definitions flow from the National Health Service and Community Care Act with other provisions covering responsibilities to informal carers. Key Facts • As at September there wereadult social services jobs in local authorities in England (held bypeople), up % or 3, jobs from   As at September there werecouncil-employed adult social services jobs in England.

This represents an overall decrease of 9, jobs compared to the previous year (an eight per cent reduction fromjobs in ). This report contains information on staff employed (directly and indirectly) by local authority adult social services departments in England as at 30 September Published 28 February From.

Personal Social Services: Staff of Social Services Departments, England includes information on the people employed by local authority adult social services as at September It covers theworkers employed by local authorities in adult social care services inaccounting for approximately % of the total adult social.

Related datasets. Personal Social Services Staff of Social Services Departments England at 30 September ; The Local Staff of local authority social services departments at 30 September Children’s Social Care Services Workforce.

Local authority social services staff numbers: as at 31 March 14 October Statistics. Local authority social services staff numbers: as at 31 March 16 October Statistics. Related. Statistics and research; First published 16 October Last updated 30 October Report anything wrong with this page.

Share this page. Information about children's social workers employed in local authorities and agency social workers. England. Documents. Children's social work workforce to text Housing and. England, year ending 30 September Download datafile 'England, year ending 30 September ', Format: HTML, Dataset: The Local Authority Children’s Social Care Services Workforce: HTML 06 March Go to site.

Local authorities annually provide data about people receiving social services and about their social services departments. Local authorities annually provide data about people receiving social services and about their social services departments. Local authority social services staff numbers.

Documents. Guidance, file type: PDF. The split between adults’ and children’s social services has been one of the most significant policy and practice changes to happen in social care in three decades.

This structural and legal reorganisation is transforming the way local authority social services are planned, commissioned, financed and delivered to clients. Local authority adult or children’s social services support family members who have additional needs beyond what health, education or community services can help with.

They also have a duty to safeguard children and vulnerable adults who may be at risk of harm, whether from family members or others. Details of Local Authority and Social Services offices can be obtained from GPs and other health care professionals, hospitals, council offices and local Citizens Advice Bureaux.

Contact details will also be in local telephone directories. This information is a general guide only to Local Authority services. • To help families assess any problems that are affecting the children and signpost them to appropriate community-based support and services.

If the Social Services department of your Local Authority considers your child is at risk of harm or in need of help, they have a duty to investigate the situation and to assess what actions should be. placing it under local authority care, for example. The work of social services departments is governed by over 30 Acts of Parliament, covering the needs of children, young people and families; the needs of people with disabilities, learning difficulties or mental illness; the.

to adult social care. £ billion local authority spending on homelessness services duringa rise of 22% in real terms since 20% of the local authority children’s services inspected by Ofsted since were rated as ‘Inadequate’, 23% were rated as ‘Good’ from November to August £ billion.

It is based on the realities of work in a modern social services authority and is written by an author team which combines teaching and writing expertise with the experience of working in the social services.

The book covers all the local authority personal social services and the frameworks within which they s: 1. 3 1 Local authorities’ statutory public health responsibilities Local authorities’ statutory responsibilities for public health services are set out in the Health and Social Care Act (subsequently referred to as the ‘ Act’).The Act conferred new duties on local authorities to improve public health.

The Children Act made local authorities responsible for ensuring and overseeing the effective delivery of services for children, working closely with others.

LGA Briefing: Supporting children in need into adulthood, House of Commons, 6 September 31 Aug Westminster Hall Debate on foster care, House of Commons - 14 March The ‘Social care compliance handbook’ is written for use by Ofsted staff.

It is published to enable providers, managers and interested parties to understand local authority children’s services departments, local health authority make a referral to the relevant local authority children’s services and/or the.

The search for a seamless service, the holy grail of social care, has led local authorities to merge social services departments with housing, education and even arts and leisure.An eighth report on Local Authority Staff Resources KB Figures collected early in show that the number of historic advice specialists in local authorites had fallen over the previous 12 months, whilst the workload in terms of number of planning application decisions and Listed Building Consent decisions had grown.Email: [email protected] COVID – LGA Events activity: postponements, cancellations and virtual events launch All LGA ‘in-person’ events have now been postponed/cancelled up to the end of October due to the COVID pandemic.