This is a report of two seminars which brought together service users, carers, social care practitioners and policy makers to discuss the future of personalisation at a time of limited resources.
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Part of Prevention and wellbeing
This research briefing provides a summary of the research knowledge into the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of services to prevent social isolation and loneliness. The briefing lists key interventions in three groups: one to one interventions, group services, and wider community engagement. It then discusses the outcomes of interventions in the following areas: social isolation, reducing loneliness, health and wellbeing, health service use, people's views on the interventions, organisational implications, implementing effective interventions, and cost and cost-effective interventions. Existing gaps in the research evidence are also highlighted.
This film for social care commissioners and staff focuses on Hertfordshire County Council Adult Services. It features Mari Stevenson who talks about her personal experiences of caring for her daughter who is diabetic and has Down’s syndrome. Hertfordshire has achieved Beacon status for its work with carers.
In this training video, co-produced with National Autistic Society and Research Autism, we see how Scott, a man with autism and learning disabilities, and Marie, a professor with Asperger’s Syndrome, learn to make sense of society, with the support of colleagues and family members.
Part of Personalisation
This video for social care commissioners and staff shows people with experience of personalised services describing the impact that personalisation has had on their lives. It also looks at what personalisation means for social care workers.
This video for young people’s care services shows how principles about listening to young people and supervising foster carers of the NICE/SCIE guidance are working in practice. A case study highlights how professional supervision for foster carers can make a real impact on the care they offer.
Part of Person-centred care
This video clearly illustrates what person-centred care is about, emphasises the importance of choice and control and introduces the idea that person-centred care is relevant for all adults and older people using social care services - whatever their needs or setting. People with experience of personalised services explain the impact that person-centred care has had on their lives. The video also looks at what person-centred care will mean for social care workers.
Interprofessional and inter-agency collaboration (IPIAC): an introduction to interprofessional and inter-agency collaboration
Part of e-Learning courses
One of a series of e-learning resources which explore the nature of interprofessional and inter-agency collaboration (IPIAC) and improving collaborative practice. The interactive resource uses audio, video and interactive technology to examine the nature of collaboration, why it is important, its purposes and its growing place in policy and practice. Those using care services and carers also talk about their experiences of effective and ineffective collaboration.
Keeping personal budgets personal: learning from the experiences of older people, people with mental health problems and their carers
A report into the experiences of older people and people with mental health problems in using personal budgets.
Personal budgets briefing: learning from the experiences of people with mental health problems and their carers
This briefing looks at the experiences of older people and people with mental health problems in using personal budgets.
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