Find SCIE resources and services
You can find our resources and services by:
- A-Z subject topic: Select a letter (above) to see a list of social and health care subject topics. Choose your topic to produce a list of SCIE resources on that subject.
- geographical location: Select the geographical area covered (left). For example, if you are looking for resources that specifically refer to policy in Northern Ireland, select Norther Ireland.
- resource type: Select a resource type (left). For example, if you are looking for a detailed guide - select guide
- search box: Use the search box at the top of the web page. Enter any term for a freetext search. This will show you all the pages where this term appears - including information from our press releases and articles, not just from our resources.
- SCIE resources list: See a list of our current featured resources below.
Featured resources Open
Results 151 - 160 of 1291
Part of Strengths-based approaches
A strengths-based approach to social care focuses on identifying the strengths, or assets, as well as the needs and difficulties of children, young people and families. Watch some videos that look at the issues.
Part of Contact SCIE
There are a number of ways in which you can challenge poor standards of care or raise concerns or complaints. This short guide provides the options open to you if you are unhappy with a social care service.
Expert support on conducting statutory reviews, learning reviews and audits to improve safeguarding practice
Gaining access to an adult suspected to be at risk of neglect or abuse: a guide for social workers and their managers in England
Part of Safeguarding adults in practice
This guide provides information on legal options for gaining access to adults suspected to be at risk of abuse or neglect, where access is restricted or denied.
Part of Self-neglect
Self-neglect is an extreme lack of self-care, sometimes associated with hoarding and may be a result of issues such as addictions. This briefing is for frontline housing officers, social workers, police and health professionals.
Part of Safeguarding adults
Briefing for social care, health and police describing housing staff’s key safeguarding role. Housing staff are well placed to identify and share information about people with care and support needs at risk of abuse.
Part of About SCIE
The trustees of the Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE) present their trustees’ report (including the strategic report) together with the financial statements for the year ended 31 March 2018.
Churches and faith-based groups play a vital role in the lives of many children, young people and adults. SCIE is working with a number of faith groups to support the improvement of safeguarding practice. A new summary – of an inter-faith breakfast we held recently – discusses what happened when we brought together senior UK faith leaders to talk about safeguarding.
Results 151 - 160 of 1291