Social care is the personal care or support given to children or adults in need or at risk
This care or support can be both practical and emotional – and the individual’s needs might stem from illness, disability, old age or poverty.
Our recent work and content on this topic is listed below.
This research looks at how much health spending would need to rise to provide the level of service it does today and how much it would need to modernise and improve for the future.
Creating ACE-informed places: promoting a whole-system approach to tackling adverse childhood experiences in local communities
This project is aiming to improve how effectively public services in England prevent and mitigate the negative impact of adverse childhood experiences.
Improving children’s social care staff wellbeing through reflexive peer group supervision and critical incident debrief
This project is aiming to improve staff wellbeing, recruitment and retention through the introduction of safe spaces and a debrief service.
New report helpfully summarises a whole range of barriers that must be overcome, but the focus needed to overcome these will be extremely difficult to find with the social care system in such a perilo...
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