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Coronavirus (COVID-19) advice for social care

Coronavirus (COVID-19) advice for social care Advice for social care providers as the Government works to slow down the spread

Strengthening Families, Protecting Children

Strengthening Families, Protecting Children Five-year programme to support local authorities improve their work with families. Set up by the Department for Education

SCIELine ebulletin 7 / 8 January 2021

SCIELine ebulletin 7 / 8 January 2021 Updated: Eligibility determination for the Care Act 2014 + Support over safeguarding

Special educational needs and disability (SEND) e-learning course

Special educational needs and disability (SEND) e-learning course This new CPD-accredited online course is for health and social care professionals who want to explore how they can better support children with SEND

Beyond COVID: New thinking on the future of adult social care

Beyond COVID: New thinking on the future of adult social care This SCIE report for is commissioners and senior managers working in the health and social care sector

SCIE's strategy 2020-2023

"SCIE's role must be to challenge the structural inequalities in our society as it relates to social care"
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