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Wednesday, 29 Apr, 2015

Webwatch - Care Improvement Works

Managers of care services for adults can now find reliable resources to support improvement through one an easy-to-use online resource. Two of the leading improvement support organisations in England, Skills for Care and the Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE), have come together to develop a joint offer of improvement…
Thursday, 23 Apr, 2015

Webwatch - Aftertrauma

Queen Mary University of London’s Barts Centre for Trauma Sciences (C4TS) has launched the new website Aftertrauma.org, a comprehensive online resource dedicated to helping trauma survivors – and their families, friends and carers – on their long and complex recovery journey. The website Aftertrauma.org provides: A forum for patients, families…
Wednesday, 8 Apr, 2015

Webwatch - Wiggio

Communities of practice or enterprise social networks as they’re also known are great for sharing learning, developing new connections and collaborating. The Knowledge Hub, Yammer and Socialcast are examples of platforms where people come together to collaborate, network and share information. These online communities can save a lot of time…
The Scottish Government has launched a new version of the Self-directed Support (SDS) website. Self-directed Support allows people, their carers and their families to make informed choices on what their support looks like and how it is delivered, making it possible to meet agreed personal outcomes. SDS can be used…
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