This resource on reablement includes
1. A short case study in five scenes which illustrate how someone who as suffered a stroke can, with some minor adaptations to his living environment, be enabled to live a more independent and fulfilling life.
2. A two part interview with Patrick Jackson, Home Care Manager, Edinburgh City Council, who explains the introduction of a reablement approach to home care in Edinburgh north east.
3. IRISS Insight No 3 which summaries the evidence and effectiveness of reablement.
Includes audio recordings of the keynote addresses as well as five video interviews capturing key points from a leadership event that took place in Elgin, Moray on 17 March 2011, organised by the Moray Collaborative Learning Network.
The network comprises The Moray Council, Moray College, NHS Grampian; RAF Lossiemouth; Grampian Fire and Rescue Service; Grampian Police, Voluntary Action Moray and the Learning Network North (social services).
A series of video stories on the subject of short breaks, where carers and service users share their own experiences of respite care, and offer advice on planning and arranging short breaks.
In a videotaped interview obtained by Panorama, experts say Peter Connelly's mother, Tracey Connelly, provided vital clues into the dangers that lurked in the family home. The footage of Peter's mother was filmed as part of a training course undertaken by a senior team manager in Haringey children's services in March 2007, four months before Peter died as a result of a horrific string of injuries. He was 17 months at the time of his death.
School children hear about anti-bullying campaign from People First.
Aman is a young man who lives in Edinburgh. He has made a big impact on the people who have seen him and heard him.
Aman is a citizen leader. He is passionate about giving other people the chance to achieve their potential.
This is what Aman does, in his own words:
I change mindsets
I get involved
I educate professionals
I challenge systems and processes
I work for real partnership
In the last few years Aman has
Includes clips from Sixth Annual General Meeting of the Scottish Dementia Working Group, celebrating the achievements of its members, all of whom are diagnosed with dementia, as well as interviews with, and presentations by, members.
Peaches Cadogan, co-director of youth charity Reality Bytes and star of Peckham Finishing School for Girls, speaks about her own journey and her work in the community.
Martin Crewe from Barnardo's introduces the Open Thinking event. Open Thinking was a single day event held on 8 September 2010 in Glasgow and was created by Barnardo's Scotland in partnership with the RSA and Scotland's Futures Forum. It involved senior stakeholders from the public, private and non-profit sectors and challenged everyone to think differently. about the future of Scotland.
Since the case of Baby P, there has been a 40% increase in the number of children taken into care by the state. There are now 70,000 children being 'looked after' in the system. What happens to them? Can the system offer them a better life? Panorama follows children in the care of Coventry Social Services for six months to find out if the state can be a real parent - even though children in care are more at risk of failing school and committing crime than any other group. Narrated by Samantha Morton, who herself grew up in care.