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his week, on World Social Work Day, the Department for Education announced the initial research themes for the new What Works Centre, plans to recruit a founding chair, and proposals for testing how to make research and evidence more useful and usable.
Part of Named Social Worker
A guide, developed by York Consulting, designed to assist Named Social Worker (NSW) teams to conduct their own economic assessment using a predictive cost benefit analysis (CBA) methodology.
One million people aged 65 and over in the UK report that they are often or always lonely. Yet loneliness and social isolation are conditions that can be difficult to identify, complex to address and hard to resolve. Our new briefing for local authority commissioners looks at the evidence, shows examples of emerging good practice and suggests how to create a better commissioning environment.
Part of Children’s services
This quick guide, which is written from the perspective of young people who have experienced abuse and neglect, explains to young people what they should expect from services. It is based on recommendations from the NICE guideline on child abuse and neglect (NG 77) and has been developed with young people who have experienced abuse or neglect. It covers: recognising abuse and neglect, changes in feelings and behaviour young people may experience, lists key recommendations from the NICE guidance and provides advice on getting help. It also includes a young person’s account of abuse which highlights the difference the right support can make.
Part of Co-production
The Co-production Network is a key part of SCIE's co-production strategy. Its role is to support user, carer and equality groups’ involvement in SCIE’s strategic decision making and provide a pool of stakeholders which SCIE can work with to co-produce projects and programmes.
A new guideline covers the care and support of adults who access social care in their own homes, residential care and community settings. It aims to help people understand what care they can expect and to improve their experience by supporting them to make decisions about their care. It's from the NICE Collaborating Centre for Social Care, which is a consortium led by SCIE.
MCA learning and development, including SCIE’s materials, and the Mental Capacity Act Workbook from the NHS Eastern region.
Part of Dementia
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