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Ironmongers’ Company

The Ironmongers’ Company is one of the 12 great livery companies of the city of London that dates back more than 700 years. It is a not-for-profit company which focuses on education and charitable work, some of which is linked to metal making industries.

Commissioning of therapies

Some children need therapeutic support that does not fit into existing contracts with providers, making it more expensive to commission. By jointly commissioning with health, councils can deliver effective services and control costs, explains Toni Badnall.

Embed a culture of safeguarding

Embedding a culture of safeguarding means that it becomes an integral part of how an organisation operates at every level, from managers leading by example to equipping staff with the skills they need.

Building an early help system

How commissioners, providers and community groups came together to redesign the social care system in England’s second biggest city from one that was focused on crisis response to being a service that aims to offer help to families at an earlier stage.