Supporting staff to do their job well to improve outcomes for people who use services.
Staff supervision resources and services
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Part of Named Social Worker
Profiles, portraits and tools from Named Social Workers who took part in the Named Social Worker programme
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.
Service user and carer involvement in the supervision of health and social care workers: seminar report
This report presents findings from a seminar of service users and carers, health and social care practitioners and managers to discuss their different experiences of being involved in or having input into supervision. It forms part of a project on the delivery of supervision to health and social care workers in integrated settings. The report also covers the potential benefits of involvement; the potential difficulties with such involvement; ideas about how to increase such involvement.
This film for social care supervisors and staff is about how staff skills are enhanced through supervision for staff working in care homes for older people.
This film for social care supervisors and staff shows how the effective supervision of staff can improve the quality of care and outcomes for people in a supported living setting.
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.
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