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Advice on dementia, housing, mental health and dignity.
Guidance for those who work with people with physical disabilities.
Working with people who have learning disabilities and their carers.
Supporting people with mental health problems.
Providing care for a relative, friend or neighbour.
Supporting and informing those who work with children and their families.
Integrated working with families across children's and adults' services...
Helping seldom-heard groups to access services.
Exploring the nature and diagnosis of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), and related disorders.
Implications of personalisation for people with autistic spectrum conditions and the services they use.
Supporting people with dementia, their carers and care professionals.
Meeting the nutritional needs of people who have social care support.
Supporting the development of services that provide end-of-life care
Focusing on people who have health as well as social care needs.
Guidance for those who work with people with learning disabilities.
Guidance for people working with care-experienced children and young people.
Publications and films that support the implementation of the Mental Capacity Act.
Specific ways to help parents, working-age adults, older people and minority groups
Guidance for professionals who work with adults and children with physical disabilities.
Exploring the role of carers and how services can support them.
Resources, training and access to accredited case reviewers
The use of equipment and telecare in social care, plus ethical issues.
Advice for providers of care to people who live in their own homes.
Supporting the development of services that provide end of life care
How housing can affect the quality of life of adults and children.
Guidance for people working with looked-after children and young people.
How prevention and early intervention can support independence and wellbeing.
Information, including training materials, for providers of residential and nursing care.
Resources, including Social Care TV films, about supporting people who are at risk
Information about Shared Lives schemes where carers offer support in their own homes.
Guidance for local authorities on assessing people's needs for social care support.
Working in partnership to commission personalised care and support services.
Promoting equality and avoiding discrimination in the social care sector.
Cost-effective ways of working that improve life for people who use services.
Resources that look at what we mean by 'excellence' in social care and how to achieve it.
Promoting closer working between health and social care.
Why dignity is so important and how it can be achieved
Reaching and supporting socially isolated groups.
Supporting knowledge management and the development of the social care knowledge base.
Involving people who use services and carers
Ways of working with other people and organisations to improve service provision.
Paying people who use services for their involvement in developing social care services.
Resources that support SCIE's work in policy implementation and development.
Resources for professionals, carers and people using services on implications of personalisation, including personal budgets.
Resources focusing on research into the impact of personalisation on care service productivity and efficiency.
Training and consultancy solutions to help care providers and commissioners implement good practice.
Supporting social workers to practice with confidence.
Good practice for social care workers.
Good leadership and management are essential for better outcomes for people who use services.
Supporting social work educators and trainers in developing frameworks for teaching and learning.
Research to support evidence-based practice.
Guidance and resources to help promote service user and carer involvement.
The Social Care REC reviews adult social care research study proposals from researchers based in England.
Encouraging commissioners to promote sustainable development across the social care sector.
An online service for everyone involved in the social care and social work sector.
Using audio, video and interactive technology.
UK's most complete range of information and research on all aspects of social care.
Enabling providers of care for adults in England to access ICT more effectively.
Social workers need to understand how we become who we are. Human growth and development is a central element of qualifying social work education. This section looks at how far teaching and learning reflects current policies on personalisation.
How we become who we are: The teaching and learning of human growth and development, mental health and disability on qualifying social work programmes
SCIE Report 32
Published: June 2010
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