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- A-Z subject topic: Select a letter (above) to see a list of social and health care subject topics. Choose your topic to produce a list of SCIE resources on that subject.
- geographical location: Select the geographical area covered (left). For example, if you are looking for resources that specifically refer to policy in Northern Ireland, select Norther Ireland.
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- search box: Use the search box at the top of the web page. Enter any term for a freetext search. This will show you all the pages where this term appears - including information from our press releases and articles, not just from our resources.
- SCIE resources list: See a list of our current featured resources below.
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These resources describe how strengths-based (or asset-based) approaches (SBAs) work in a variety of interventions and settings and provides information on how to enable and implement SBAs. These approaches focus on individuals’ strengths.
SCIE's consultancy and improvement support to help care, health and other relevant organisations meet the practical challenges they face.
The development of preventative approaches and those which promote independence and wellbeing have gained importance since the implementation of the Care Act 2014. Prevention and encouraging people to be more proactive about their health and wellbeing is also central to the vision of the NHS Five Year Forward View. SCIE’s resource aims to inform the case for commissioning prevention services in adult social care through highlighting examples of good practice across England.
A practical online resource to support the planning, commissioning and delivery of coordinated person-centred care.
SCIE's video-based resource designed for unpaid/informal carers. You may be caring for family members, friends or neighbours at home.
Access a range of SCIE resources surrounding reablement.
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.
Helping all social workers in England to develop their digital, data and technology capabilities.
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