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The mental health and wellbeing of elders in black and minority ethnic communities: working together for mental wellbeing

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This third film in the series on mental wellbeing looks at the role of the local authority in enabling community organisations to promote personalised services. The film is based on a case study of a Chinese organisation in the London Borough of Barnet which has been running a pilot scheme funded by the authority and providing services to Chinese older people.

Refugees and asylum seekers

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An overview of the problems faced by asylum seekers and refugees in Britain and their struggles to establish themselves in society. Azeldin, a former asylum seeker, explains how he is using his own experience to help others.

Serious case reviews: piloting the SCIE model

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SCIE has led in the development of a new 'systems approach' for conducting case reviews of multi-agency safeguarding and child protection work. This video looks at the first pilots of the SCIE model which were completed in the North West of England in September 2010.

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