At a glance resource providing information for LGBTQI+ Disabled People who use self-directed support and who employ personal assistants (PAs) or support workers.
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This briefing provides information for personal assistants (PAs), support workers, social workers and other social care staff working with LGBTQI+ Disabled People.
Easy read version of SCIE's At a glance resource providing information for LGBTQI+ Disabled People who use self-directed support and who employ personal assistants (PAs) or support workers.
Film featuring the experiences of Disabled People from the LGBTQI+ communities who use Self-Directed Support.
Understanding self-directed support for LGBTQI+ disabled people: a film for personal assistants and support workers
Film telling personal assistants and support workers more about positive ways of working with Disabled People from the LGBTQI+ communities.
Part of Co-production
Resources created to support people with dementia, their carers and staff working in dementia services providing practical tips, tools and activities to help you in your work with dementia
Part of Care leavers' stories
In one of 17 interviews conducted as part of the Care Leaver's Stories Project, Alan Dearman talks about his life before, during and after care. The full interview is in three parts and a film summary and transcript are also available. The project, funded by the Heritage Lottery fund and developed by SCIE in partnership with the British Library, enabled care experienced people to record their life stories on digital video.
This film looks at people doing normal, everyday things like catching the bus or socialising with friends.Social inclusion, in practice, means doing things such as promoting and supporting access to social networks.
Fair Access to Care Services: a guide about prioritising eligibility for care and support
Part of Personalisation
This film for health and social care commissioners and staff, personal assistants and people who use services, introduces Stephen Page, a man with MS. Having a personal budget has enabled Stephen to continue to attend events which help him to lead his chosen life and preserve his personal identity.
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