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Gypsy travellers

Social Care TV video

This film for care workers who come into contact with gypsy travellers introduces Henry Chapman, a gypsy who is now a care worker mainly with rural gypsy communities. He helps families with land disputes, eviction and health issues. He talks about how his background brings empathy and understanding to his work.

Personalisation - making it happen: the social worker's perspective

Part of Personalisation

Social Care TV video

This film for social workers and students looks at the work of a personal budget team in Hull. It shows how the team works with people who use services to provide personalised care. Social workers talk about their new ways of working and about the benefits for both them and the people who use their services.

Personalisation for someone with a learning disability

Part of Personalisation

Social Care TV video

This film for health and social commissioners and staff introduces a young woman who has Angelman Syndrome and lives with her family in a rural setting. Personal budgets have made a big difference to her life allowing the family to function better and preventing her from going into residential care.

Mental Capacity Act: Making 'best interests' decisions

Part of Mental Capacity Act (MCA)

Social Care TV video

Short training video drama for care staff in a residential school depicting scenes between a young man with severe learning disabilities, and his key worker and social worker. It introduces the principles of the Mental Capacity Act and emphasises the importance of consultation in best interests' decision-making.

Innovation: living together

Social Care TV video

This film for social care commissioners and staff highlights two innovative approaches to meeting people’s accommodation needs. Shared Lives enables people to offer accommodation and support in their home to people who are unable to live independently. Home Share is a simple way of helping people to help each other.

Personal budgets: experiences of a disabled person

Social Care TV video

This film for disabled people and care workers who support them shows Anne, a disabled person, travelling around London by taxi and bus. She discusses the issues involved in employing personal assistants and her own work to counter misguided cultural perceptions of disabled people and bring about positive change.

Disabled children and young people: extending participation

Social Care TV video

This film for children’s health and social care commissioners and staff shows how in 2008, Bradford City Council became a pathfinder council for the Aiming Higher for Disabled Children programme. It shows how meaningful participation of children and young people can improve service design and delivery.

Challenging behaviour and learning disabilities: independent living

Social Care TV video

This film for social care managers and staff shows how services and families can work together to improve the lives of people with behaviour that challenges. The film illustrates that, with good support, people with challenging behaviour and severe learning disabilities can enjoy independent, fulfilling lives.

Integration: clinical commissioning groups and long-term conditions

Social Care TV video 8

This film for health and social care commissioners and staff looks at how clinical commissioning groups led by GPs can work with social care to improve outcomes for people with long-term conditions. It presents two case studies of how GP practices are working with social care to improve services.

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