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Social work education case study: Bucks New University

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Video for social work educators and students shows people who use services, carers and academics describing participation in the social work degree at Bucks New University. Looks at benefits students get from contact with users and carers and what users and carers gain from the experience.

Personalisation for someone with a learning disability

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This film for health and social commissioners and staff introduces a young woman who has Angelman Syndrome and lives with her family in a rural setting. Personal budgets have made a big difference to her life allowing the family to function better and preventing her from going into residential care.

Challenging behaviour and learning disabilities: independent living

This film for social care managers and staff shows how services and families can work together to improve the lives of people with behaviour that challenges. The film illustrates that, with good support, people with challenging behaviour and severe learning disabilities can enjoy independent, fulfilling lives.

Living in a care home: a positive outcome for a person with dementia

Part of Dementia

Use this video to convince people of the value of high quality care homes for people with dementia. It can be used for training to help improve practices in any setting. It highlights the key areas of improving quality of life for someone with dementia and it shows what good care looks like, which can be comforting.

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