This page provides Scottish, UK-wide and international resources that will support social services practitioners and employers. These resources includes guides and articles to keep you informed and help you manage through the Coronavirus crisis.
The Scottish Social Services Council (SSSC) has published information for social service workers and employers, as well as guidance to help social workers respond to Covid-19 (Coronavirus).
COSLA information for councils.
Health Protection Scotland information.
NHS Education for Scotland (NES) educational and induction resources for health and social care staff.
Scottish Care information on Coronavirus.
Scottish Government digital wellbeing hub for health and social care.
Social Work Scotland updates, including guidance specific to children and families, adults and justice.
Third Sector Lab - COVID-19: Digital service delivery for charities
Advice for health and social care staff on communication for people with sensory loss during the COVID-19
Blogs from Donald Macaskill and others at Scottish Care.
Reviewing the youth justice practice implications of Coronavirus, Centre for Youth and Criminal Justice (CYCJ)
Social work education in a pandemic by Ariane Critchley, Lecturer in Social Work at Edinburgh Napier University.
Student perspectives on the impact of Covid-19 by Eoin Hurley and Chloe Marr, social work students at Edinburgh Napier University.
Alliance Live - with guests from across health and social care discussing COVID-19 related issues.
Iriss.fm - COVID-19 related episodes.
British Association of Social Work (BASW) Covid-19 guidance
British Geriatrics Society guidance
Social Care Online (Scie) Coronavirus guidance.
Social care: a user's story blog by Dr Ossie Stuart, academic, researcher and equalities consultant.
European Social Network Coronavirus information.
International Association of Schools of Social Work (IASSW) Covid-19 updates.
Guidelines for social workers during the Covid-19 pandemic. By Lena Dominelli, University of Stirling and IASSW.
Social work during a health pandemic. By Lena Dominelli, University of Stirling and IASSW.