Adult Day Care

Support services offered within a care home, centre or directly in the community can help people who need support, or simply company and friendship.

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Records that all registered care services (except childminding) must keep and guidance on notification reporting image

Authors
Care Inspectorate

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Records that all registered care services (except childminding) must keep and guidance on notification reporting

Date
30/04/2020

Category
Care Inspectorate Publication, Guidance

Guidance on the records all registered care services (except childminding) must keep about people who use a service, staff records, environment and safety, complaints, medication, finance, staffing levels and deployment. It also includes guidance on notification reporting for all...

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Authors
CAPA Team

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Moving More Often

Date
01/04/2020

Category
Guidance

A guide for older people experiencing care in their own homes to support them to move more often every day, promote independence and the possibility of continuing to live at home.

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Authors
CAPA Team

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Fortune Teller

Date
01/04/2020

Category
Guidance

People enjoy making these, having a bit of fun, connecting with others, using their skills, remembering their childhood and moving a bit more.

Specific exercises to build strength and balance and decrease risk of falls image

Authors
Active and Independent Living Improvement Programme

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Specific exercises to build strength and balance and decrease risk of falls

Date
01/04/2020

Category
Guidance

Developed by physiotherapists, these exercises will build strength and balance, no matter what your age. Highly recommended from 50 to 110

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Authors
CAPA team

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Movement Top Tips for Managers

Date
01/04/2020

Category
Guidance

Ideas for managers to keep staff focused on promoting movement. Handy cards cover many topics including ways to encourage people to get more involved in their personal care and daily living tasks and helping find ways to support people to do more of the things that matter to them...

Supporting people with eating, drinking and swallowing difficulties (Dysphagia) image

Authors
Care Inspectorate

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Supporting people with eating, drinking and swallowing difficulties (Dysphagia)

Date
18/03/2020

Category
Guidance, Care Inspectorate Publication

Guidance, developed with Scottish Care and the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists, highlighting good practice to support people with eating, drinking and swallowing difficulties (Dysphagia)

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Authors
Medicines & Healthcare products Regulatory Agency

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Safe Use of Bed Rails

Date
11/03/2020

Category
Guidance

Guidance promoting the safe use of bed rails

Guidance on Managing Self-Directed Support for Adults with Incapacity image

Authors
Scottish Government

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Guidance on Managing Self-Directed Support for Adults with Incapacity

Date
01/02/2020

Guidance on managing self-directed support for adults with incapacity

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Authors
NHS Education for Scotland & Scottish Social Services Council

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Equal Partners in Care

Date
22/10/2019

Category
Guidance

A learning resource for health and social care staff which will help support better conversations and interactions with carers

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Authors
Care Inspectorate

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Care Inspectorate Improvement Strategy 2019-2022

Date
21/10/2019

Category
Care Inspectorate Publication, National strategies and frameworks

A strategy providing an insight into what the Care Inspectorate's improvement support offer will be over the next three years and how we will identify where improvements are required

A quality framework for support services (not care at home) image

Authors
Care Inspectorate

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A quality framework for support services (not care at home)

Date
07/10/2019

Category
Care Inspectorate Publication, Guidance

Our quality framework and methodology for inspecting support services based on the new Health and Social Care Standards.

Adult support and protection improvement plan: 2019-2022 image

Authors
Scottish Government

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Adult support and protection improvement plan: 2019-2022

Date
02/10/2019

Category
National strategies and frameworks

The ASP Improvement Plan was developed by the Scottish Government between November 2018 and April 2019 following a Thematic Inspection by the Care Inspectorate and Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary.

Self-evaluation for improvement – your guide image

Authors
Care Inspectorate

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Self-evaluation for improvement – your guide

Date
16/09/2019

Category
Guidance, Care Inspectorate Publication

A guide for care services undertaking self-evaluation

The Deaf Dementia Experience in Scotland Toolkit image

Authors
Deaf Association Scotland

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The Deaf Dementia Experience in Scotland Toolkit

Date
06/09/2019

Category
Guidance

A user-friendly toolkit for Deaf people who use BSL and who are living with dementia, their families, carers, and staff who are supporting them.

SIGN 136 - Management of chronic pain image

Authors
Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network

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SIGN 136 - Management of chronic pain

Date
21/08/2019

Category
Guidance

An updated Scottish guideline for the management of chronic pain including recommendations for people who require opioids for pain relief.

Animal Assisted Interventions: SCAS Code of Practice for the UK image

Authors
Society for Companion Animal Studies

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Animal Assisted Interventions: SCAS Code of Practice for the UK

Date
01/08/2019

Category
Guidance

A voluntary code intended to offer guidance on good practice for designing and delivering Animal Assisted Interventions effectively and safely, ensuring that the welfare needs of both humans and animals are met

Shared Lives in Scotland Annual Report image

Authors
Shared Lives Plus

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Shared Lives in Scotland Annual Report

Date
01/07/2019

Category
Research

An executive summary of the annual report from Shared Lives Plus, focused on its work in Scotland.

Shared Lives Moray image

Authors
Shared Lives Plus

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Shared Lives Moray

Date
01/07/2019

Category
Case Study

A report looking at the impact of the Shared Lives Moray project on older people and those living with dementia.

Social Care Support: Our shared vision for adult social care support, including support for carers image

Authors
Scottish Government

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Social Care Support: Our shared vision for adult social care support, including support for carers

Date
12/06/2019

Category
National strategies and frameworks

A document setting out a vision for how adult social care support will look like in the future, as part of a partnership programme to support local reform

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Authors
Scottish Government

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Social Care Support: Programme Framework

Date
12/06/2019

Category
National strategies and frameworks

A framework for the partnership programme to support local reform of adult social care, setting out priorities, workstreams and vision

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Authors
Scottish Social Services Council

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Building collaboration and compassion for integrated working

Date
14/05/2019

Category
Guidance

A booklet of examples showing how collaboration and compassion at the heart of integrated working can make a real difference for everyone involved