Fair Access to Care Services: a guide about prioritising eligibility for care and support
Access to services resources and services
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This film for commissioners of services for disabled children and young people focuses on an innovative approach to widening access to leisure services and equipment. The film examines how universal services can be effectively upgraded to improve outcomes for disabled children and young people.
This film for care workers who come into contact with gypsy travellers introduces Henry Chapman, a gypsy who is now a care worker mainly with rural gypsy communities. He helps families with land disputes, eviction and health issues. He talks about how his background brings empathy and understanding to his work.
This film for disabled people and care workers who support them shows Anne, a disabled person, travelling around London by taxi and bus. She discusses the issues involved in employing personal assistants and her own work to counter misguided cultural perceptions of disabled people and bring about positive change.
The mental health and wellbeing of children and adults in families where a parent has a mental health problem are closely linked. Not all families need health and social care services. However, those that do often struggle to get accessible and effective support that addresses children’s needs and recognises the parental responsibilities of many adults with mental health problems.
Guidance on providing effective transitions between child and adult mental health services.
This At a glance briefing outlines good practice for staff working with young people with mental health problems who may need to move from one service to another.
This summary explains how services can improve access to care for people with autism and meet the requirements of the Department of Health's Autism Strategy.
The mental health and wellbeing of elders in black and minority ethnic communities: working together for mental wellbeing
This film for adults and mental health teams, social workers and managers shows how language and cultural barriers and lack of information can make it difficult to access services for the Chinese community in Barnet – and what is being done to address this.
This film for care managers and workers who come into contact with asylum seekers and refugees is the story of Azeldin, a Libyan who came to Britain as an asylum seeker. The film shows work being done to support and advise asylum seekers and refugees.
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