This Introduction to... briefing gives a brief overview of Children’s Social Care (CSC) and the relevant legislation and policy framework. It is aimed at people who have little or no experience in this area.
Social care provision resources and services
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Updated paper on Total Transformation, which looks at the potential of scaling up small, community-based preventative services. Originally published in November 2016, it has been updated to include additional models.
This guide helps people in the health and social care sector who work with adults with autism to increase their knowledge and understanding of autism and improve access to social care services.
SCIE guide to help older people, their carers and those working in older people's services to understand what is meant by dignity and how it can be embedded into practice.
Part of Co-production
A guide to what co-production is and how to develop co-productive approaches to working with people who use services and carers.
Part of Personalisation
In the first of our new series on personalisation for professionals, this briefing for commissioners summarises the implications for commissioners and includes examples of new approaches being developed.
Part of e-Learning courses
An online learning resource provides social workers and social care workers with information about quality improvement and the associated tools that can be used within health and social care organisations
Consultation on role of Director of Adult Social Services: Social Care Institute for Excellence response
SCIE's response to the Department of Health's proposals for guidance on the role of Director of Adult Social Services (DASS).
Reports on the key messages from a roundtable discussion on technology in social care and how it can help support the goals of the Care Act. The event was jointly hosted by the Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE) and the Department of Health and is one of a series of roundtable discussions exploring how to improve care and support at a time of growing demand, demographic change and financial constraint. Key messages from the event are reported, and include: the need to establish a national and local vision; use technology to solve a specific problem; the need to test and co-produce technological and digital solutions with people who use services and carers; the need to develop knowledge and skills in the social care sector; the importance of digital inclusion; the role of technology in data-sharing and decision-making. The report includes summaries of presentations from Jon Rouse, Keith Spink, Baroness Martha Lane-Fox, Jim Thomas, Madeline Starr and Charlotte Black. The roundtable has also used to help inform the thinking of the National Information Board.
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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