This practical guide helps to define dignity in care, as well as how best to implement it. It is aimed at care providers, managers and staff who work with adults – especially older adults – in a range of settings.
Choice resources and services
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Part of Dignity in care
This film shows practical examples, of how people with care and support needs can be supported to have choice and control; and with that, dignity in care.
At a glance resource providing information for LGBTQI+ Disabled People who use self-directed support and who employ personal assistants (PAs) or support workers.
Part of Mental Capacity Act (MCA)
This report on the Mental Capacity Act (MCA) and care planning provides guidance for both commissioners and provider of social care on how care and support plans can comply with the principles of the MCA.
This briefing provides information for personal assistants (PAs), support workers, social workers and other social care staff working with LGBTQI+ Disabled People.
Part of Personalisation
In the third of our new series on personalisation for professionals, this briefing summarises the implications for housing providers.
Film featuring the experiences of Disabled People from the LGBTQI+ communities who use Self-Directed Support.
In this video, people who use services and social care academics consider extracts from SCIE’s Social Care TV films to help understand quality and excellence in social care. The panel considers the quality of social care in different settings and with different people, to see how excellence can be achieved.
In this video, people who use services and social care academics consider the quality of care and support offered in care homes. The panel discusses how standards of care across the sector can be raised so that all older people can experience the quality of care demonstrated in this care home.
This film for parents, carers and disabled young people looks at how short breaks can be transformed through focusing on an all-encompassing service to disabled children, their families and carers. It highlights the importance of enabling children and young people to make decisions about their short breaks.
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