This video for social care commissioners and staff describes some of the ethical concerns of using telecare and offers practical advice about overcoming them and ensuring people who use it gain the maximum benefit offered by telecare technology.
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In this training video, co-produced with National Autistic Society and Research Autism, we see how Scott, a man with autism and learning disabilities, and Marie, a professor with Asperger’s Syndrome, learn to make sense of society, with the support of colleagues and family members.
This video for social workers and students focuses on the very rewarding, diverse but complex role of a social worker within an Emergency Duty Team. Cases range from child protection to mental health assessments.
This video for social care managers and staff shows how principles of the SCIE/NICE guidance on promoting the health and wellbeing of looked after children are working in practice. It shows two schemes for care leavers which are helping them move to independence.
Part of Personalisation
This video for social care commissioners and staff shows people with experience of personalised services describing the impact that personalisation has had on their lives. It also looks at what personalisation means for social care workers.
Part of Dementia
In this video, we hear in plain English the science and physiology of dementia and differentiate between the types of dementia. We learn how it affects the brain, which then affects behaviours. Use the video to make the case for ensuring biomedical research continues into the causes and treatment of dementia.
The mental health and wellbeing of elders in black and minority ethnic communities: the impact of poor housing on mental wellbeing
A social care training video on the theme of Mental health and wellbeing of elders in black and minority ethnic communities. This film addresses the significant link between housing and mental wellbeing, which service providers often fail to recognise.
This video for young people’s care services shows how principles about listening to young people and supervising foster carers of the NICE/SCIE guidance are working in practice. A case study highlights how professional supervision for foster carers can make a real impact on the care they offer.
This video for social workers and students follows the complex and challenging yet rewarding work of a children’s services social worker. It looks at the complexity of cases that children’s social workers deal with on daily basis from family support to child protection cases.
Working with lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people: older people and residential care: Roger's story
Part of LGBTQI+ video stories
A social care training video on the theme of working with lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people. In this video we meet Roger who talks about his experiences of care provided to a friend in residential care and hospice care provided for his partner.
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