There has been a big improvement in the way Devon County Council looks after young people leaving care, according to Ofsted inspectors.
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Devon’s highways and social care teams have been thanked for their round-the-clock efforts to keep Devon moving and ensure that the vulnerable received the support they needed.
Care providers have had contingency plans in operation prioritising visits to those most in need and making arrangements with families and carers to ensure continued care where necessary.
They have come together to write to MPs to demand fairer funding for children’s services and adult social care.
Devon County Council and Northern Devon Healthcare NHS Trust are working closely together to provide new integrated health and social care apprenticeships.
Nearly a quarter of Devon GP practices are outstanding according to quality inspectors, compared to just 4 percent of practices in England. And the percentage of Devon’s care homes rated outstanding is twice the national average.
A consultation has been launched to help determine the future of children’s health and care services in Devon.
The money, over three years, will to help people get back on their feet after leaving hospital.
Devon County Council has set out how it wants to refocus its social care services on helping more people stay or become independent.
#WeAreDevon, the social media campaign that promotes pride in Devon, is the thread connecting a range of activities on what’s previously been Devon County Council’s exhibition stand at this year’s Devon County Show, 18 to 20 May.