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  • What's next for Continuing Healthcare?

    What's next for Continuing Healthcare?

    Wednesday, August 19, 2020

    What’s next for Continuing Healthcare?  How will we tackle the challenge of ensuring the most vulnerable receive the best on-going care and allow individuals to live independently?
    Simon Whitaker, our Head of Strategy and Performance, untangles the CHC landscape and shares his view on what's next for Continuing Healthcare including what integrated care organisations can do to successfully approach the scale and pace of such a task over the next 12 months.

  • An overview of Adult Social Care during a pandemic

    An overview of Adult Social Care during a pandemic

    Wednesday, July 22, 2020

    How the pandemic has affected social care? What's different now and where should we focus on now and in the near future?
    An overview of Adult social care services by our Head of Adult Services, Christine Warner.

  • Our BESPOKE model

    Thursday, July 9, 2020

    Our BESPOKE model below showcases what puts us at the heart of delivering high-quality effective solutions for any health and social care organisation.

  • A review through the eyes of our Head of Children's Services

    A review through the eyes of our Head of Children's Services

    Tuesday, July 7, 2020

    On the occasion of his 34 years' anniversary, our Head of Children's Services, Martin Murphy, makes a review on Children's social care and the current challenges due to the COVID-19.

  • Realising the benefits of integrated care

    Wednesday, June 17, 2020

    Health and social care integration ensures all parts of our health and social care system work together to meet the needs of individuals to stay healthier for longer in their lives. The central focus of integration is around the individual patient or service user, so that everything feels seamless and co-ordinated on their own situation, giving access to the right services at the right time within their local area. The bi-product of this should be a more efficient system from both an outcome and cost perspective.

  • Looking beyond COVID-19, what next for social care?

    Thursday, June 4, 2020

    We are very excited we’ve been part of Bloom’s webinar. The panel of experts, among them our Head of Strategy and Performance, Simon Whitaker, explored what is next for social care and what needs to be done to form a successful response to the crisis.

  • Support of Local Authorities in these challenging times

    Tuesday, May 19, 2020

    Martin Murphy, Head of Children’s Services at ICS Assessment Services, addresses the challenges of COVID-19 and responds to how we manage to effectively support local authorities during this uncertain time.

  • The Role of Project Co-ordinators at ICS Assessment Services

    Thursday, April 16, 2020

    ICS Assessment Services has always valued the effective support from knowledgeable, personal administrative support that keeps the social work engine running. One of our experienced Project Coordinators, Sean O’Brien, gives his personal perspective and helps us to understand the many aspects of his role and how it benefits ICS’ work with the Local Authorities.

  • My 30 day exercise challenge for the Mind Charity

    My 30 day exercise challenge for the Mind Charity

    Monday, February 10, 2020

    Managing Director, Alex Sweeney talks about his exercise everyday challenge in aid of the Mind charity. Whilst improving his overall fitness, he noticed many benefits to his mental health, read our latest blog to find out more about how he got on.

  • Mind: Our sponsored charity for 2020

    Mind: Our sponsored charity for 2020

    Monday, February 3, 2020

    Announcement of Mind as our charity sponsor for 2020 and our fundraising activities for the year including the Dulux London Revolution cycling challenge, The Peak District Challenge, The South Coast challenge and the 2020 Swim Serpentine