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Find out how the resources on The Hub can support you on your improvement journey. Developed and updated with our improvement team, this section of the site will help you start your improvement journey, with key points, tools and tips for improvement activity which can be applied wherever you are and in no matter what care service. In this section you will also find an overview of all our improvement resources on the Hub as well as information on our recent improvement work.
Developed and updated by our policy team, this section of the site will help you maintain awareness of national policy developments affecting social care and social work services, as well as relevant legislation and the Health and Social Care Standards.
Browse resources including Care Inspectorate publications, guidance, and national strategies and frameworks, related to the social care and social work sector in Scotland.
Care homes can provide all aspects of a person’s accommodation, support, nursing and personal care or support.
Using the drop down menus below, you can filter resources by resource type, relevant topics or date of publication.
AuthorsCare Inspectorate and Healthcare Improvement Scotland
Guidance for staff on how to communicate with a person to understand their care needs and any information required
Phase two final evaluation report of the Care about Physical Activity (CAPA) Programme
On-line learning resource for anyone interested in movement for older people. Developed by Glasgow Caledonian University
AuthorsCare Inspectorate and SSSC
Guidance for social service workers, providers, managers, supervisors, social workers and social work students to support workers and providers to recognise potential signs
of ill-treatment or wilful neglect, when an offence may have occurred and how and who you should report thi...
CategoryCare Inspectorate Publication, Guidance
Our quality framework and methodology for inspecting care homes for older people based on the Health and Social Care Standards
CategoryCare Inspectorate Publication
In partnership with Scottish Care, the Care Inspectorate undertook a project with 10 care homes, aiming to reduce medicines issues using quality improvement tools.
AuthorsHealthcare Improvement Scotland
The document updates and replaces the clinical standards on prevention and management of pressure ulcers published by Healthcare Improvement Scotland in 2016 and incorporates advice contained in the (now withdrawn) 2009 Quality Improvement Scotland best practice statement.
Tool for staff to use when communicating with out-of-hours services, designed to ensure they give the right information