Funding

Browse through the content below to see guidance on Funding

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30th October 2020: The Adult Social Care Infection Control Fund. What you need to know. Click here to downlaod this document.

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14th July 2020:  ADULT SOCIAL CARE COVID-19 FINANCIAL SUPPORT OFFER TO CARE PROVIDERS FROM JULY 2020 - Click here to download this document.

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16th June 2020: Infection Control Fund Ideas received from the Market - Click here to download this document

SCA Note - ASC Infection Control Fund Ring-Fenced Grant 2020: Suggestions for spend - Click here to download this document.

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Partner and head of Health & Social Care James Sage explains the latest guidance from the Department of Health and Social Care on vaccine exemptions.

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A family-owned Surrey care group is celebrating after being shortlisted in two categories at the prestigious LaingBuisson Awards 2021. The first shortlisting sees CHD Living, which supports over 800 people across Surrey and South London, as a finalist in the category Outstanding Response to COVID in Social Care for its Adopt a Grandparent programme, which went viral during the pandemic.

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