Housing Support

Housing support covers a range of activities that allow people to maintain their accommodation, meet their duties and responsibilities as a tenant and get involved in the local community.

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Procurement of care and support services: best practice guidance image

Authors
Scottish Government

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Procurement of care and support services: best practice guidance

Date
25/06/2021

Best practice guidance for public bodies on procurement of care and support services - originally published in March 2016, it has been updated to reflect changes that have occurred as a result of the UK's exit from the EU and the end of the Transition Period

Promoting Excellence 2021: A framework for all health and social services staff working with people with dementia, their families and carers image

Authors
NHS Education for Scotland

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Promoting Excellence 2021: A framework for all health and social services staff working with people with dementia, their families and carers

Date
17/05/2021

Category
National strategies and frameworks, Guidance

A framework for dementia detailing the knowledge and skills all health and social services staff should aspire to achieve in relation to the role they play in supporting people with a diagnosis of dementia, and their families, and carers

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Essentials of Safe Care

Date
23/03/2021

Category
Guidance

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Authors
Scottish Government

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Trauma-Informed Practice: A Toolkit for Scotland

Date
15/03/2021

Category
Guidance

This trauma-informed practice toolkit has been developed as part of the National Trauma Training Programme, to support all sectors of the workforce, in planning and developing trauma informed services.

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Authors
Care Inspectorate

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A quality framework for housing support and offender accommodation services

Date
23/02/2021

A quality framework for use in self-evaluation, scrutiny and improvement support in relation to housing support and offender accommodation services

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Authors
CAPA Team

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Movement is not time consuming

Date
01/12/2020

Category
Case Study

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Authors
Care Inspectorate and Healthcare Improvement Scotland

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Good practice communication guide for carers

Date
01/12/2020

Category
Guidance

Guidance for staff on how to communicate with a person to understand their care needs and any information required

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Authors
CAPA Team

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Evaluation of the Care about Physical Activity Programme

Date
01/12/2020

Phase two final evaluation report of the Care about Physical Activity (CAPA) Programme

On-line course about the importance of movement for older people image

Authors
CAPA Team

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On-line course about the importance of movement for older people

Date
01/12/2020

Category
Guidance

On-line learning resource for anyone interested in movement for older people. Developed by Glasgow Caledonian University

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Authors
CAPA team

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Teatime at Fullarton

Date
01/04/2020

Category
Case Study

Robins story image

Authors
CAPA team

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Robins story

Date
01/04/2020

Category
Case Study

Abes garden project image

Authors
CAPA team

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Abes garden project

Date
01/04/2020

Category
Case Study

Kate will do it! image

Authors
CAPA team

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Kate will do it!

Date
01/04/2020

Category
Case Study

Healthcare getting involved, using CAPA principles to improve health image

Authors
CAPA team

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Healthcare getting involved, using CAPA principles to improve health

Date
01/04/2020

Category
Case Study

Improvement Record image

Authors
CAPA team

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Improvement Record

Date
01/04/2020

Category
Case Study

Go for Gold image

Authors
CAPA team

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Go for Gold

Date
01/04/2020

Category
Guidance

A resource which provides ideas to help people who work in care to plan their own Go for Gold Challenge.

Useful tests to support older people track their physical improvement image

Authors
CAPA team

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Useful tests to support older people track their physical improvement

Date
01/04/2020

Category
Guidance

2 Simple tests with instructions and recording tool designed to help older people track physical improvement in strength & balance.

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Authors
CAPA Team

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Moving More Often

Date
01/04/2020

Category
Guidance

A guide to support older people to move more often every day and promote independence.

Pats story image

Authors
CAPA team

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Pats story

Date
01/04/2020

Category
Case Study

A Care at Home service supports Pat to regain independence by moving and moving more every day, doing things that matter to Pat.

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Authors
CAPA team

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Simple and successful support

Date
01/04/2020

Category
Case Study

One small change to how we care can have big impacts on health and wellbeing.

Small changes, big results for Oliver image

Authors
CAPA team

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Small changes, big results for Oliver

Date
01/04/2020

Category
Case Study

Having a conversation to discover what motivates a person can positively influence their quality of life.