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Part of e-Learning courses
Health and social care e-learning resources designed to promote and raise issues affecting children’s services. Produced for frontline staff by subject experts and digital design professionals.
Developing an integration scorecard: a model for understanding and measuring progress towards health and social care integration
A model for understanding and measuring progress towards health and social care integration
Discussing and planning medicines support: a quick guide for homecare managers providing medicines support
This guide will be helpful to managers of services where it has been agreed that medicines support will be included as part of the home care service.
A logic model for integrated care which describes what good looks like.
Part of About SCIE
Improving mental health support for our children and young people: Expert Working Group final report
The final report of an Expert Working Group was set up to ensure that the emotional wellbeing and mental health needs of children and young people in care are better met.
A report - launched last week at the House of Lords - recommends ways to improve support to children and young people in care.
LGBTQI+ Disabled People say there are many benefits to using self-directed support, such as having more choice and control over their care. But there are also challenges. For example, they fear coming out to personal assistants or support workers because their care might be jeopardised.
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