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By Ivailo Kalfin, Executive Director, Eurofound.
It’s a fact that’s impossible to ignore: public services are under constant pressure to do more with less. The global pandemic that we experienced in the past 18 months has
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The Covid-19 pandemic has taken a grim toll on community social care across Europe. Previous lack of adequate investment had already left the sector without the necessary equipment to manage
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Technology has been instrumental in improving services, including remote counselling, individual support, case management and the collection, analysis and use of data to maximise the effectiveness of social interventions.
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A central component of community care is ensuring that services are tailored to the needs of the individual in terms of accessibility and practical implementation.
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For social services working with vulnerable populations, ethical issues are often present in practice. The Covid-19 pandemic has only added to these uncertainties.
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Is it possible to get value for money when investing in community care? That was the question discussed at the “Economics of Community Care’ plenary session of the European Social Services
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The Covid-19 pandemic has been a stress test of enormous proportions for the social services workforce. With the national spotlight on them, the challenges of coping with an increased workload
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With millions of people worldwide thrust into poverty due to the coronavirus pandemic, public authorities have needed to act fast to implement solutions that quickly target regions or groups of
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Safeguarding, Self-help and Community Support, and the integration of benefits and social services are crucial elements in making community care work for people in need.