Outlining the key messages and findings for social workers and stakeholders in enabling a digitally ready workforce.
Good practice resources and services
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Part of Care Act 2014
This is a briefing for commissioners and providers of independent advocacy under the Care Act. It sets out emerging good practice and summarises the findings of new research from the Universities of Birmingham and Central Lancashire.
Guidance for those involved in the planning, shaping and delivery of support for adult carers, focusing on breaks and respite. Includes practice examples, primarily from England.
Part of Reablement
Reablement webinar recording. SCIE and the British Red Cross. The latest evidence of what works in reablement. Examples of leading practice, including from the British Red Cross. What good reablement services need.
Part of Self-neglect
Self-neglect is an extreme lack of self-care, sometimes associated with hoarding and may be a result of issues such as addictions. This briefing is for frontline housing officers, social workers, police and health professionals.
Part of Co-production
This webinar looks at how to break down barriers to co-production. It draws on experience of co-production in a wide range of settings including local authorities, voluntary organisations and health care to outline the common barriers to co-production and share potential solutions.
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 Safeguarding children
This webinar provides an introduction to a set of 18 quality markers for use in children's case reviews and serious case reviews, which were developed as part of the Learning into Practice project. The webinar provides an overview of the rationale for the work, describes how the markers have been developed and how they might be used. The Quality Markers are intended to support commissioners and lead reviewers to commission and conduct high quality reviews. Covering the whole process, the quality markers provide a consistent and robust approach to SCRs and are informed by the existing knowledge base regarding investigations/reviews and organisational learning.
Guidance to assist local authorities in the UK involved in cross-border placements where an adult is being, or has been, placed by an English, Welsh or Scottish local authority or Northern Irish health and social care trust into accommodation in a different UK country.
The purpose of this guide is to support commissioners and providers of social care services to work effectively with refugees and asylum seekers.
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