Digital Solutions Special Report

Derren Hayes
Wednesday, April 27, 2022

The Covid-19 pandemic has highlighted how digital services can be part of the solution to delivering care and support to vulnerable children and families – and provide new ways of tackling problems.

The pandemic compelled children’s services to move work onto digital platforms. Illustration: Vectorideas/Adobe Stock
The pandemic compelled children’s services to move work onto digital platforms. Illustration: Vectorideas/Adobe Stock

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