This collection charts the multitude of creative responses that have evolved to support people with adult care and support in communities across England as a result of the pandemic.
Some of these 'stories of promise' might be for the short term. Many others we anticipate will be sustainble for the longer term.
They should help create a living legacy that inspires and informs commissioners, providers and voluntary sector organisations as we positively respond to the new realities brought about by the pandemic.
How to view the Covid-19 stories of promise
Each example is collated under a different theme that relates to provider, council or community activty such as commissioning, asset-based approaches or digital solutions.
Who is the audience
- commissioners and providers
- local organisations, the voluntary and community social enterprise sector, self-advocacy and co-production groups
- staff working in health, social care and housing at all levels and people who work or volunteer in community-based organisations
- local partnerships and services.
"Often funding is not the barrier but having the flexibility to do things differently can help create good lives, which is why I would urge you to view TLAP's Covid-19 stories of promise now" Clenton Farquharson MBE, Chair of TLAP .