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Part of Looked after children
A quick guide to help social workers and social care practitioners to support children or young people who are looked after, to promote wellbeing and positive identity. The guide highlights the importance of enabling a strong sense of identity, positive relationships, and an understanding of a child or young person's early experiences. The guide covers trauma and disadvantage, friendships, relationships and wellbeing, and life story work and meaningful caring relationships with trained, skilful practitioners. The content is based on the NICE guideline on 'Looked after children and young people.' The quick guide is available as a pdf and as an interactive web resource.
Part of Dignity in care
This film gives us an insight into people’s lives and the way they want to maintain their surroundings. It’s important to support people to maintain their personal hygiene and appearance, and their living environment, and to the standards that they want.
Part of Person-centred care
NICE / SCIE quick guide that discusses how to improve older people's mental wellbeing by offering personalised support.
Part of Northern Ireland social work and social care
Resource acknowledging the important contribution that social workers make in promoting good mental health.
Part of Carers
Helping carers to stay in, or return to, employment
Part of Improving mental health support for young people in care
This document presents the findings of a call for evidence to develop models of care and care pathways to support the mental health and wellbeing of looked after children.
This film for health, care and voluntary staff explores some of the risk factors, such as poor housing, that can lead to poor mental health in BME communities. It focuses on early intervention and prevention, which can delay the need for more costly interventions.
A social care training video on the theme of Mental health and wellbeing of elders in black and minority ethnic communities. This film addresses the significant link between housing and mental wellbeing, which service providers often fail to recognise.
Report looking at practitioners' accounts of their practice in promoting the wellbeing of older people from BME backgrounds the UK.
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