If you want to get digital social care funding from your ICS, there are a few things you need to do.
First, you need to identify what your ICS is and how it works. Then, you need to find out what digital social care options are available from your local ICS. Finally, you need to make a case for why your ICS should fund your chosen digital social care option.
Your ICS is the body that funds social care in your area. In England, this is usually the NHS, but in other parts of the UK it may be different. To find out who funds social care in your area, you can contact your local authority or look online [external link].
Once you know who funds social care in your area, you can start looking at what digital social care options are available. There are many different types of digital social care, so it is important to find one that will meet your needs. You can search for digital social care options online or speak to someone at your local authority or health service who can give you more information.
Once you have found a few potential digital social care options, you need to make a case for why your ICS should fund it. This means showing how the digital social care option will benefit those who use it and how it will save money in the long run. You will need to provide evidence to support your case, so make sure you do some research before making your proposal.