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Improving adult social care from within

24th July 2015

This week the LGA published our research into the England-wide approach to sector-led improvement activity in adult social care. This is delivered through a programme called Towards Excellence in Adult Social Care, or TEASC. Specifically, we were looking at the peer review and support elements of the TEASC programme, where a team of professionals working within adult social care or a related areas come together to look at various aspects of an authority’s adult social care service. The specific scope of the review is decided with input from the authority and can be shaped to meet their needs. We found that the TEASC approach had been widely adopted across the ...Read More

Libraries and Grants for the Arts

8th July 2015

Ben Lee, programme director writes Arts Council England have just released their latest data showing which library services have made successful applications to the ring-fenced portion of Grants for the Arts reserved for libraries. Round one of Grants for the Arts for libraries ran from 2013 until March this year, and Round two is now open and runs until 2018. Libraries can apply for grants up to £100,000 for projects which have a clear link with the arts. The latest awards vary in size from five or six thousand pounds up to £50,000 for Worcester Library’s ‘Worcestershire Sounds’ project in which library users and artists will create audio archives of ...Read More

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