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COVID-19 guide for carers and family supporting adults and children with learning disabilities or autistic adults and children

Part of: A COVID-19 guide for carers and family supporting an adult with learning disabilities/autism

College of Physicians offers a guide, specific to COVID-19, on Understanding treatments and outcomes in hospital and critical care. The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence provide a range of resources on Decision-making and mental capacity. Easements of the Care Act 2014

Understanding the impact of COVID-19 responses on citizens

Part of: Understanding the impact of COVID-19 responses on citizens

SCIE SCIE's COVID-19 hub contains more relevant information including safeguarding, Mental Capacity Act and infection control. It can be used when working and supporting people who are isolated or vulnerable through COVID-19, and can also be shared with community groups

Challenges and solutions: commissioning social care during COVID-19

Part of: Challenges and solutions: commissioning social care during COVID-19

...you as a commissioner have done. Support from SCIE SCIE's COVID-19 hub contains more relevant information including safeguarding, Mental Capacity Act and infection control. It can be used when working and supporting people who are isolated or vulnerable through

Safeguarding adults during the COVID-19 crisis

Part of: Safeguarding adults and COVID-19

...by SCIE and the National Fraud Intelligence Bureau found that those most at risk to financial scams and fraud were older people who had mental capacity and did not yet need any care and support. This group was typically more isolated and social contact of any kind was often welcomed without sufficient

COVID-19 guide for drug and alcohol residential rehab and detox services

Part of: COVID-19 guide for drug and alcohol residential rehab and detox services

...in a care home Support from SCIE SCIE's COVID-19 hub contains more relevant information including safeguarding, Mental Capacity Act and infection control. It can be used when working and supporting people who are isolated or vulnerable through COVID-19, and can also be shared

Freedom to choose and dignity in care | SCIE

Part of: Dignity in care

...freedom, choice and control, in particular for people who lack mental capacity? CQC KLOE: C2.2 Free to take risks Positive risks View the full video

Skills and strengths as part of dignity | SCIE

Part of: Dignity in care

This has always been core to social work. Chief Social Worker for England Annual Report 2018 (DHSC, 2018) What people can do for themselves is central to the Care Act 2014. It expects local authority assessors to use a ‘strengths-based’ approach before deciding on a plan for additional

Coronavirus (COVID-19) infection control for care providers

Part of: Coronavirus (COVID-19) infection control for care providers

...infection: A quick guide for managers and staff in care homes (NICE/SCIE) Support from SCIE SCIE's COVID-19 hub contains more relevant information including safeguarding, Mental Capacity Act and infection control. It can be used when working and supporting people who are isolated

The future of commissioning for social care

Part of: The future of commissioning for social care

...the vision of the Care Act is not routinely fulfilled; policy decisions are rarely shaped by citizens, etc. However, there are positives to build on – not least the amazing community response and people working better together. Commissioners responded incredibly swiftly to ensure services remained viable

Practice examples: Challenges and solutions of commissioning during COVID-19

Part of: Challenges and solutions: commissioning social care during COVID-19

...as approachable and responsive to questions. They have acted as a sounding board for questions or signposted Princess Homecare to further information, which has been crucial particularly at the break of the crisis. Wiltshire Council have supported us providers by agreeing to pay all invoices sent

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