SCIE’s co-production awareness training improves understanding for a range of health and social care staff
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SCIE’s safeguarding awareness training improves understanding for a range of health and social care staff
The Care Act 2014 introduces new responsibilities for local authorities and safeguarding adults’ boards. It also has major implications for care, health and housing providers, people who use services, carers and advocates. SCIE can develop, deliver and evaluate a training and learning programme tailored to your ADASS region, individual local authority or care provider. Many of our clients combine our Care Act training with our consultancy services.
Expert support on conducting statutory reviews, learning reviews and audits to improve safeguarding practice
SCIE is undertaking research to inform the next phase of the government’s plans to integrate health and social care by 2020.
Part of Mental Capacity Act (MCA)
This At a glance summary presents an overview of the Mental Capacity Act (MCA) 2005, which is important to health and social care practice.
Guidance, advice and resources for staff working with cared for children and care leavers.
Part of Dementia
Having sight or hearing loss makes things more difficult for the person with dementia who is already working hard to make sense of the world around them.