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Carers’ breaks for adults
This guidance is for commissioners, providers and others involved in the planning, shaping and delivery of support for adult carers, primarily in England.
Carers’ breaks for young carers and young adult carers
This guidance is for commissioners, providers and others involved in the planning, shaping and delivery of support for young carers and young adult carers in transition, primarily in England. This guidance supplements the carers’ breaks guidance for adult carers.
Training and workforce development
Courses available in person-centred care, person-centred recording and equality, diversity and human rights.
Personalised and person-centred care
Resources, information and guidance on providing person-centred care for care providers, managers and practitioners.
Delivering safe, face-to-face adult day care
This guide aims to support you, day care managers, social workers, commissioners and providers, to restart or continue activities.
Dignity in care
Dignity in care means providing care that supports the self-respect of the person, recognising their capacities and ambitions, and does nothing to undermine it.
Social care commissioning
Guidance and practical examples for commissioners to help them support providers in delivering good care provision.
Social care recording
This resource aims to support social care staff, including service managers, frontline care workers in care homes and home care, personal assistants, and other care providers, to improve recording skills.