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e-Learning resources

SCIE's purpose is to collect and synthesise up-to-date knowledge about what works in social care, and to make that knowledge available and accessible to people working in and using social services.

Training, learning and CPD for health and care

SCIE is a leading provider of health and social care training. We offer in-house and bespoke training courses tailored to your organisational needs. To deliver better care and support you need a highly skilled, confident and knowledgeable workforce.

Total transformation of care and support

This paper explores the potential for scaling up three models of care and support services using data from Birmingham City Council, to see what their impact would be on outcomes and costs.

Care Act: Transition from childhood to adulthood

Part of Care Act 2014

The Care Act says that if a child, young carer or an adult caring for a child is likely to have needs when they, or the child they care for, turns 18, the local authority must assess them if it considers there is ‘significant benefit’ to the individual in doing so. This is regardless of whether the child or individual currently receives any services. SCIE has developed the following resources to help local authority staff, social workers, young people and carers to plan for the transition to

Care Act: safeguarding adults

Part of Care Act 2014

The Care Act 2014 sets out a clear legal framework for how local authorities and other parts of the system should protect adults at risk of abuse or neglect.

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