Planning4Care

Planning4care provided the intelligence that social care and health commissioners and providers need, in order to improve service planning and delivery.

Information and analysis from Planning4care enabled users to understand likely future care needs and service requirements under a range of alternative future planning scenarios. Planning4care 2.1 launched in January 2011, providing a range of powerful future planning scenarios, the latest demographic projections and social care data from the National Adult Social Care Intelligence System (NASCIS), and an  easy-to-use web interface.

Support for this project has discontinued, but if you are interested in the work we did please visit Planning for Care.


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The early impact of COVID-19 on ‘left behind’ neighbourhoods

Analysis of the early impacts of COVID-19 has shown that there are drastic differences between different groups and communities, including

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Widespread rises in unemployment rates show the economic impact of COVID-19

The unemployment claimant count data (released 19th May) provides a strong indication of the early economic impacts of COVID-19. Released

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Which local labour markets are most at risk?

The RSA has published an excellent analysis piece, which has revealed that in some Local Authorities more than one-in-three jobs are at

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