Seldom heard : developing inclusive participation in social care

A position paper offering a practice framework for social care practitioners to allow the greater participation of 'seldom heard' groups in the social care services available to them. The paper considers four groups in particular, homeless people with addiction problems, black and minority ethnic people, people with communication impairments and people with dementia.

Author: 
Paul Robson
Alice Sampson
Nnamdi Dime
Louisa Hernandez
Rachael Litherland
Publisher: 
Social Care Institute for Excellence