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    The business case for reablement

    This film for health and adult social care commissioners introduces reablement, which we see in operation with Jill Hunter, recently discharged from hospital following surgery. We also see how investment in a ‘step-down’ reablement unit has facilitated far more hospital discharges, reducing health costs.

    Managing practice

    This guide provides information and knowledge to support critical thinking and methods so that first line managers can apply, adapt and develop the material to their own particular work environment, current priorities and as an aid to their own continuing professional development.

    TEASC Progress with adult social care priorities England 2011/12

    This review of social care for older and disabled people shows that some services have been adversely affected by the current financial situation. There are signs though that local councils are putting effective measures in place to protect the most vulnerable people from the worst excesses of austerity.

    Social work education case study: Leeds University

    Part of Co-production

    This film for social work educators and students looks at the different ways that people who use services and carers are involved in the social work degree at Leeds University. It shows the benefits students get from contact with users and carers and what users and carers gain from the experience.

    Understanding common induction

    This resource is for anyone interested in induction in social care. You may be about to enter the sector, or you may be a trainer or a manager overseeing induction .You may be a service user or carer with an interest in the quality of care. This resource provides an explanation of the Common Induction Standards produced by Skills for Care.

    Social work education case study: Anglia Ruskin University

    Part of Co-production

    In this film for social work educators and students, people who use services, carers and academics describe participation in a social work degree. It looks at how users and carers are involved in the course, the benefits students get from contact with them and what users and carers gain from the experience.

    Mental health transitions: an integrated practice example

    This video for mental health managers and staff is about the challenge of improving transition when young people are no longer eligible for services from the child and adolescent mental health team at the age of 16. Hear staff and young people talk about the services.

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