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Part of Self-neglect
This research, commissioned by the Department of Health (DH), set out to identify what could be learned about current policy and practice in self-neglect, experienced as a highly challenging aspect of contemporary adult social care.
This film for Newly Qualified Social Workers, social work employers, supervisors, educators and students, highlights the importance of the Assessed and Supported Year in Employment (ASYE). Social workers talk about their experiences of the ASYE and the challenges and rewards of this important first year.
This film for health, mental health and social care managers, staff and people who use services shows how the quality of social work in an integrated mental health setting can be enhanced by complementing line management supervision with clinical and professional supervision.
This guide provides information and knowledge to support critical thinking and methods so that first line managers can apply, adapt and develop the material to their own particular work environment, current priorities and as an aid to their own continuing professional development.
This research briefing gives an overview of the evidence of the value of supervision in supporting social care and social work practice.
The briefing aims to give people who provide and use social care services an overview of research evidence about returning children from public care to live with a parent.
This film for staff in mental health and children’s services from all sectors brings together professionals from health, social care and education. Each professional has experience of dealing with parental mental health issues in the voluntary sector, in education, in community mental health and in family centres.
Part of Personalisation
This film for social workers and students looks at the work of a personal budget team in Hull. It shows how the team works with people who use services to provide personalised care. Social workers talk about their new ways of working and about the benefits for both them and the people who use their services.
This video for care managers and staff highlights two services which support people to die at home – one is in Lancashire and the other is a service for the Bangladeshi and Bengali communities in London.
This video describes the meaning and importance of holistic assessment in ensuring people at the end of life are treated with dignity and respect
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