Guidance to support commissioners and providers of social care services to work effectively with refugees and asylum seekers
Social care resources and services
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SCIE research briefing 32: access to social care and support for adults with autistic spectrum conditions (ASC)
SCIE Research briefings
Current social care information providers and their products, services, specialisms and intended audience
This report identifies and maps information provision within the UK social care sector
This briefing is about how adult social care is changing to put the people who use services at the heart of their own care and support. This requires a different approach from the social care workforce.
This Guide examines what will support the changes in adult social care to ensure that the people who use services are at the heart of their own care and support.
The extent and impact of depression on BME older people and the acceptability, accessibility and effectiveness of social care provision: systematic map report 3
This systematic map focuses on depression in older people from various black and minority ethnic (BME) communities in the UK.
The aim of this report has been to examine lessons learned around the contribution of voluntary and statutory social care services in the coordination and provision of psychosocial support following an emergency or major incident.
This report looks across health and social care services for children, young people and adults with four aims: To provide a short summary of the history and principles of user involvement; To describe the current situation in Northern Ireland; To discuss a range of options for the further inclusion and participation of users in the work of NISCC, RQIA and SCIE; To make recommendations to inform the development of a future strategy for user.
'Necessary stuff': the social care needs of children with complex health care needs and their families
This knowledge review sets out to identify what is known about the social care needs of children with complex health care needs (CHCN) and their families, and about the services designed to meet those needs.
This knowledge review looks at the significant gap in high quality and effective mental health advocacy in African and Caribbean men. Drawing on individual accounts the research raises questions about the services, advice and support services currently being provided and what is actually needed by this over-represented group in the mental health sector.
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