Paper for those who would like to become more involved in running Sure Start Children’s Centres, such as community groups, on behalf of a local authority. It is also for local authorities and anyone who uses or is involved in running children’s centres.
Document produced to help schools prevent and respond to bullying as part of their overall behaviour policy, to understand their legal responsibilities in this area, and to understand the department’s approach.
This good practice guide is based on research conducted in 2008 to explore the extent of service user and carer involvement in the higher and further education sectors in west and southeast Scotland.
Review which establishes the nature of activity in respect of the approach across partnerships and providers across Scotland, in particular since an earlier review in 2008. It is based primarily on interviews with forty key informants (from partnerships, providers and national organisations) and responses from a sample of those already using Talking Points to a web-based survey. Talking Points is an approach which focuses on assessing the outcomes important to the individual, planning how they will be achieved and reviewing the extent to which they have been attained.
Document detailing what a support plan is for, what a good one is, what it looks like and how to put one together.
Guidelines produced to aid good support planning, based on work done in the Borders.
Guidelines that are intended to be useful to people with learning difficulties and staff supporting individuals with learning difficulties.
SCIE’s Dignity in Care guide been designed for people who want to make a difference by improving standards of dignity in care. The guide now has two new sections. Dignity and mental health gives practical advice on protecting dignity in mental health care. Guide published by Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE).
SCIE's Dignity in Care guide been designed for people who want to make a difference by improving standards of dignity in care.
Showing a fictionalised case, Anne and Terry’s story illustrates what happened when they went to an initial child protection conference.
Using professionals in role, and actors as parents the film is realistic and engaging, and aims to help parents and practitioners to prepare to participate in a child protection conference.