This briefing explains that innovative, often small-scale models of health, social care and support for adults could be scaled up to benefit as many people as possible. The challenge is to make scaling up successful. The briefing is based on research conducted during the spring of 2017 by Nesta, SCIE, Shared Lives Plus and PPL. It includes real life stories.
Case studies resources and services
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Part of Children’s services
Introduces theoretical models and case studies to help spread innovations in practice that benefit children and young people.
Part of Safeguarding adults
Key issues for care and health service providers when safeguarding adults from harm and abuse. 2017 Latest updates on practice and challenges.
Multidisciplinary teams (MDTs) enable health and social care practitioners and other professionals to integrate and collaborate successfully. This Highlights briefing defines them and describes how they work.
Building the future social care workforce: a scoping study into workforce readiness, recruitment and progression in the social care sector
This report presents the findings of a scoping study into workforce readiness, recruitment and progression in the social care sector, with a specific focus on East London. The research was carried out by SCIE and supported by the JPMorgan Chase Foundation.
Part of Integrated care
Developed over 16 local areas, this guide captures common features of good practice of integration between health, social care and the voluntary and community sector. The guide looks at leading integration and the key services and approaches that are needed for effective integration. These include commissioning, risk stratification, information sharing, and multi-disciplinary team working. Practical service examples under three themes show where integration can have a specific impact. The themes cover: Promoting self-care and independence; Supporting care closer to home; and Care and support in a crisis. The guide is aimed at directors, service managers and operational staff in both health and social care. Case studies and links guidance and resources are also included.
Part of e-Learning courses
SCIE e-learning resource supporting managers working in adult social care to be more knowledgeable about, and confident in the application of different approaches to managing change.
This video for health and care professionals looks at how the 2014 Supreme Court judgment on deprivation of liberty affects people working in the area of mental capacity. It looks in detail at two real-life case studies.
Part of Care Act 2014
This resource explains how local authorities can ensure early and comprehensive identification of children, children’s carers and young carers where there is a likely need for care and support after the child in question turns 18 and a transition assessment would be of ‘significant benefit’. It also examines what some authorities are doing in practice and considers some of the principles behind that practice which align with the Care Act 2014, including: co-production and power-sharing; building good relationships with young people and their families; engaging with black and minority ethnic families; proactive early identification; integrated IT systems; and joined-up thinking. It looks at mental health transitions and transition from youth justice and includes a checklist for the identification of seldom heard groups. The Hampshire, Newham and Stoke-on-Trent practice examples set out in detail the approaches to identification and transition in three councils.
Integrating personal budgets for people with mental health problems provides an overview of the terminology and policy background, puts forward some recommendations for implementation and examines key areas that need to be tackled for integration.
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