Adults resources and services
Part of Prevention and wellbeing
This online resource provides details of emerging practice and research in the provision of prevention services in adult social care. It has been commissioned by the Department of Health to support and inform commissioners of prevention services in local authorities and clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) in England. Contents includes prevention service examples submitted by commissioners and providers across England; references to recent research and associated resources derived from SCIE's Social Care Online database; and short film on prevention in adult social care introducing the Prevention Library.
This guide explains how services can improve access to care for people with autism and meet the requirements of the Department of Health's Autism Strategy.
The purpose of this guide is to support commissioners and providers of social care services to work effectively with refugees and asylum seekers.
This research, commissioned by the Department of Health (DH), set out to identify what could be learned about current policy and practice in self-neglect, experienced as a highly challenging aspect of contemporary adult social care.
adult mental health (AMH) system; legislation; guidance; structure and delivery of services
This film describes the challenges and opportunities that personalisation has presented to social work with adults.
This summary explains how services can improve access to care for people with autism and meet the requirements of the Department of Health's Autism Strategy.
The concept of personalisation in adult social care services.
This At a glance briefing is for family carers supporting an adult with severe learning disabilities and behaviour described as challenging. It will help you understand what you should expect from local services.
This practice survey explores teaching and learning about mental health and disability within the human growth and development (HGD) curriculum on qualifying social work programmes in England, Wales and Northern Ireland