7 responses to “Is social media putting the “social” back into care?

  1. Hello Shirley,
    A very useful list.
    I spent some time looking for some more examples from Wales for you. Here’s what I’ve got so far. Chris

    Care and Social Services Inspectoratef Wales. @CSSIW https://mobile.twitter.com/cssiw

    Social Services Improvement Agency. http://m.ssiacymru.org.uk/home.php?page_id=2
    Nice mobile website but I’m struggling to find a Twitter account at the moment.

    I’ll send more as I find them.

  2. Great compilation Shirley, thank you. It’s particularly helpful to see those who aren’t yet active – saves a lot of wasted searching! Has anyone assembled a similar list for the childrens sector? I’ve seen your twitter list Shirley (https://twitter.com/shirleyayres/childrenandyoungpeople/members), but a structured list like you’ve done in the above blogpost would be great 🙂

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