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Children of prisoners: an introduction

Part of Children of prisoners e-learning

This resource provides an introduction to the experience of having a parent in prison through the use of video footage. There is then a quiz to test your knowledge of key facts and figures relating to this area. By the end of this resource you should have a better understanding of: who children of prisoners are and what they may have to go through; why it is important to know about these children; how many children are affected; the social and emotional impact of parental imprisonment on a child; key facts and figures; and the legislation that relates to this group.

Making meetings accessible for people with learning difficulties

People with learning difficulties may need extra support when attending meetings. In her second SCIE Opinion, Cecilia looks at how this can be done, and introduces the ‘traffic light’ system of using cards; these cards help people with learning difficulties to take part in meetings and communicate whether they have something to say, they want something to be explained again or that they agree with what has been said.

Dignity in care: pain management

This film reminds us that pain levels vary for every individual. It says that medication is important but that it isn’t always appropriate and sometimes it shouldn’t be a first step. The film also looks at how alternative therapies, massages and the simple use of moisturiser to keep the skin hydrated, can make a big difference in alleviating some of the pain that people have.

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