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Iridis

Date: 09/2017 Category: Useful apps

An app designed to assess and provide feedback on how suitable a residence, care facility or other environment is for older people with dementia by the Dementia Services Development Centre (DSDC) at Stirling University
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Childline - For Me

Date: 03/2017 Category: Useful apps

The NSPCC has launched a Childline app that will provide counselling to young people in need of help directly through their mobile devices. The app, ‘For Me’, can be discretely installed and responds to the fact that over 1.8 million sessions on the Childline website were conducted via mobile devices.
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Technical Apprenticeship Career Skills: Social Services (Children and Young People) and Social Services and Healthcare

Date: 08/2015 Category: Useful apps

This app is designed to help and support individuals to carry out the technical apprenticeships at SVQ level 4 (SCQF level 9) in Social Services (Children and Young People) and Social Services and Healthcare.
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PhysActive

Date: 06/2014 Category: Useful apps

Care...about physical activity is a resource the Care Inspectorate produced in partnership with the British Heart Foundation National Centre for Physical Activity and Health at Loughborough University.
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Safe Med

Date: 05/2014 Category: Useful apps

The Scottish Social Services Council (SSSC), in partnership with the Care inspectorate, have developed and published a smartphone app, SafeMed, designed to provide “just-in-time” learning on the safe administration of medicine for care and support services.
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Career and Development Framework for Infection Prevention and Control Nurses

Date: 05/2014 Category: Useful apps

NHS Education for Scotland’s framework Career and Development Framework for Infection Prevention and Control (IPC) Nurses has been developed to assist in benchmarking of existing roles and inform IPC nurses in their career progression and development, while signposting supporting resources which may assist with educational practice needs.
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