Paper reviewing the Scottish Government's policy of free personal care for older people and examining the perceived impacts.
Paper describing some of the key ideas around recovery from mental health problems and looking at their implications for the delivery of mental health services. It aims to stimulate debate about how the recovery approach can be put into practice and what services need to do to make it happen.
This podcast is part of the Glasgow School of Social Work Research Seminar series. In this podcast, Dr. George Palattiyil, talks about family caring in HIV / AIDS. There is also a PowerPoint presentation to accompany this podcast.
The author reports on research which aimed to examine the impact on carers of people receiving individual budgets and the outcomes for carers of this new approach.
While there are many ways in which personal budgets can be provided, one of the main ways is through a direct payment.
This research is the first to examine the impact on carers of people receiving IBs and the outcomes for carers of this new approach.
The importance of meeting the social care needs of cancer patients and their carers is discussed. The article draws on findings of a report from Macmillan Cancer Support.
A Cancer Information and Support Service in County Durham, which is financed by the local PCT and also includes a welfare rights officer employed by the council is also briefly described.
Report providing an overview of the major health problems of older people and their journey of care. It also looks into the question of possible age discrimination in NHS Scotland, points to examples of good practice and makes recommendations for improvements.
A series of 12 videos commissioned by SCLD (Scottish Consortium for Learning Disability), EDG (Edinburgh Development Group) , Heartfelt, ARC (Association for Real Change) Scotland on the subject of Citizen Leadership. Each video features a service user or carer talking about their experiences.
A booklet presenting SCIE’s range of resources and services available for adults’ social care.
This learning resource will provide the learner with the necessary skills and knowledge to critically examine — from point of assessment to actual service delivery — how the needs of minority ethnic carers and service users are currently being met. It therefore aims to ensure that the need to achieve equality of opportunity and access lies at the heart of individual and collective practice.
First Impressions was commissioned in early 2004, in order to look at the emotional and practical needs of families who have a small child – aged up to five – with a learning disability. This report looks at the support needed by these families, including the way in which parents are informed about their child’s learning disability. The impact on the family is examined and practical and strategic recommendations that can improve emotional and practical support for families with a young disabled child are detailed.