A guide for commissioners on how to manage short-notice and unplanned closures of care homes
Choice resources and services
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This film for social care commissioners, staff, people who need services and carers follows Linda, who needs constant care. Linda found out she was entitled to direct payments. She used the money to pay her friends to be her personal assistants.
Working with lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people: people with physical disabilities: Doug's story
Part of LGBTQI+ video stories
In this film for adult social services and social care commissioners and staff, we meet Doug, a gay man with physical disabilities who is in residential accommodation. Doug believes that a cultural shift and change in attitudes in social care is vital to provide relevant care for LGBT people.
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 video for social care commissioners and staff describes some of the ethical concerns of using telecare and offers practical advice about overcoming them and ensuring people who use it gain the maximum benefit offered by telecare technology.
Part of e-Learning courses
Parents living in poverty face a complex set of issues at individual, family and community levels that make parenting more difficult. In this e-learning resource you will explore a case study of a family, to try to gain an understanding of some of the difficult choices faced by parents in poverty, as well as support services that could help parents cope.
Part of Personalisation
This briefing explores what personalisation means for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people.
This digital report outlines the recent research and emerging practice on risk enablement and practice relating to self-directed support and personal budgets
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) commissioned SCIE in 2010 to define excellence in adult social care services in England. This definition was developed in consultation with a range of people who provide and use care services. It also draws on of selected research and examples of quality frameworks in social care. This report provides the definition of excellence and identifies its four essential elements. Three of these relate to improvements in people's lives as a result of using the service: choice and control; good relationships; spending time purposefully and enjoyably. The fourth element relates to organisational and service factors which enable these outcomes to be achieved and sustained. CQC will use this report to help develop its new quality information system for regulated adult care services in England.
Independence, well-being and choice: our vision for the future of social care for adults in England: consultation response
SCIE's response to the adult social care green paper, derived from our ever-increasing knowledge of adult social care services, gained from our extensive stakeholder collaboration and our commitment to user- and carer-defined outcomes.
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