This At a glance summary looks at good practice in social care for refugees and asylum seekers. It is primarily aimed at service commissioners and providers working in local authorities in children’s and adults’ services
Access to services resources and services
This briefing examines the implications of the Equality Act 2010 for personalised adult social care.
This briefing discusses the barriers currently faced by BME people in accessing dementia care services and some of the ways in which services can become better at responding to the needs of BME people in their locality.
Guidance to support commissioners and providers of social care services to work effectively with refugees and asylum seekers
SCIE research briefing 33: the contribution of social work and social care to the reduction of health inequalities: four case studies
This briefing argues that support given as social care can help improve health and reduce health disadvantage. Improving access to social care interventions is therefore important to any strategy for reducing health inequality.
SCIE research briefing 32: access to social care and support for adults with autistic spectrum conditions (ASC)
SCIE Research briefings
SCIE guide on parent education programmes which promote parents confidence and improve their parenting skills. The guide also provides specific guidance on improving take up of parenting programmes. This paper highlights the findings of a follow-up study which involved talking to a wide range of frontline practitioners about their experience of providing a variety of parenting programmes.
Guidance on parent-training and education programmes in the management of children with conduct disorders. Produced jointly by SCIE and the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE)
The extent and impact of depression on BME older people and the acceptability, accessibility and effectiveness of social care provision: systematic map report 3
This systematic map focuses on depression in older people from various black and minority ethnic (BME) communities in the UK.
Part of Children of prisoners e-learning
This resource introduces you to an interactive pathway through the criminal justice system and along the way you will learn about key professionals, their roles and responsibilities and key resources and services available. This resource will further your understanding of: the pathway through the Criminal Justice System encompassing the stages of arrest, court, prison sentence and release; the voluntary sector services and resources that are available at each stage of the pathway; the roles and responsibilities at each stage of the pathway for: police officers, social workers, children’s service, behavioural support workers, Sure Start children’s centre staff, and probation officers.