Explores the evidence on the experiences of disabled looked after children in relation to permanence and placement stability in the care system. It examines if there are any particular difficulties in pursuing permanency and good practice for disabled looked after children.
Examines attachment-informed practice with looked after children and young people. It was completed in partnership with the Looked After Children Strategic Implementation Group.
Highlights evaluations of Intensive Monitoring and Supervision (ISMS) in Scotland and the Intensive Supervision and Surveillance Programme (ISSP) in England and Wales, interventions that include elements of intensive support, supervision and monitoring, including electronic monitoring (EM).
Explores the benefits of telecare to support unpaid carers.
Summarises the evidence on improving support for black and minority ethnic (BME) carers.
Focuses on the long-term emotional and psychological needs of stroke survivors and their carers.
Focuses on the transition to adulthood for young people with autistic spectrum disorder.
Examines reminiscence therapy and life story work for those with dementia.
Examines the evidence around the effectiveness of reablement services.
Explores the evidence around effectively involving those in seldom-heard groups.