Love in a time of Corona

No self-respecting blog is complete without a slightly misinformed high literature reference; and this one’s no different!  However, our wider mission is less about the scholarly symbolism (although with Marquez, I’m sure there is some), and more about the ‘misinformation’ bit. You’ll have heard that Covid-19 is changing our world as we know it.  Into …

Staff scheduling and rotas

Key providers need to continue to provide services to their service users. However, these services are impacted by two factors: measures to reduce the spread of the virus, for example isolation and social distancing; and changes to the service users qualifying to access the service, for example only children with key worker parents can access …

Data clan – for when things get complexicated…

In times of Covid-19, everyone wants to do the right thing…   God knows that’s is hard enough under ‘normal circumstances’ and while we are pretty good at measured decision making in our own jobs and lives, the last few weeks, and for the foreseeable future, making sense of the moving parts is increasingly tricky. There …