Resources

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The role of technology in rural social work

Is technology the answer for rural social work?  Jane Pye, Lecturer in Social Work at Lancaster University. explores the potential benefits of using…

Changing how homecare is commissioned and delivered

How do we help people live their lives as they want? How can we commission services in a more ethical and person-centred way? The Gwynedd social care…
A short paper on the Buurtzorg model, with insight from Lesley-Anne Exon, Staff Nurse, Forres Neighbourhood Care Team (NHS Grampian).
A short paper on the use of co-production to support Govan-based asylum seekers, with an insight from Matilda Alexander Hallworth, Project Coordinator, Govan Community Project.
Evidence summary that seeks to address the impact of the Safe and Together model to tackling domestic violence.
Evidence summary that addresses what are the experiences of people with caring responsibilities at university college and transitioning to work.
Aims to consolidate some of the existing research on effective practice with people who commit hate offences, firstly defining and describing hate crime and its root causes, and then considering what…
A short paper that defines transformational change, with insight from Alexandra Clarke, Senior Service Designer at the Health and Social Care Improvement Hub (ihub).
A short paper on the Safe and Together approach to tackling domestic abuse with insight from Andrea Davidson, Team Leader in a Children’s Social Work Practice Team.
A short paper on duty of candour in social services, with insight from Jackie Weston, Director of Care at Care Concern Group.

Stories of everyday leadership

Four stories from the emerging workforce

Four stories that beautifully illustrate what everyday leadership looks like from the frontline - and the difference it can make to the lives of people that are supported.
A short paper on recording practice in social work, with insight from Sharon Laing, Service Manager Corporate Parenting, East Ayrshire Council.