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    Mental Capacity Act (MCA)

    Information, guidance, and accredited training for care and health staff to support, protect and empower people who may lack capacity.

    Care Act 2014

    Resources and support to help implement the Care Act 2014

    Commissioning independent advocacy

    This resource is aimed at commissioners charged with meeting the new duties to provide advocacy under the Care Act 2014. It will help commissioning officers in local authorities think through their new duties and understand what they are required to do to comply with the new requirements of the Act.

    Consultancy and improvement support

    SCIE's consultancy and improvement support to help care, health and other relevant organisations meet the practical challenges they face.

    Serious Case Review Quality Markers

    Part of Safeguarding children

    18 quality markers for case reviews and Serious Case Reviews (SCRs). Covering the whole process, the Quality Markers provide a consistent and robust approach to SCRs. They are based predominantly on established principles of effective reviews / investigation as well as SCR practice experience and expertise, and ethical considerations.

    Care leavers' stories

    This website provides information about the Care Leavers stories project, an initiative which enabled care experienced people to record their life stories on digital video. The website provides access to the 17 interviews conducted as part of the project, where people tell in their own words what it is really like to grow up in children’s homes and foster care and then make their way in the world. The stories are between 25 minutes to 3 hours long and cover the interviewee’s whole life with a focus on their care experience. Full and summary versions of interviews are available with transcripts. The interviews were conducted by specially trained young people, who have also been through the care system The website also contains two short videos summarising the main messages and themes from all the stories: journeys through the care system; and reflections on being in care. A video also describes how the project was developed. The project was funded by the Heritage Lottery fund and developed by SCIE in partnership with the British Library.

    Social Care TV

    Films on social care issues, from the perspectives of professionals and people using services. Ideal for training.

    Social Care Online

    The UK's most complete range of information and research on all aspects of social care and social work.

    Caring safely at home

    SCIE's video-based resource designed for unpaid/informal carers. You may be caring for family members, friends or neighbours at home.

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