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Sensitivity to ‘bruised’ staff needed for effective DfE intervention in ‘inadequate’ services, finds study

Community Care

Government intervention in children’s services must be sensitive to the ‘bruising’ impact on staff of working in an ‘inadequate’ authority, in order to succeed. Clarity of roles in the context of there being multiple people involved with authorities in intervention. ” Senior management departures.

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Government ends interventions at improved councils

Community Care

The government has ended statutory interventions in two council children’s services, while removing a commissioner appointed to direct improvements at a third. The DfE initially issued a direction to Sunderland City Council in April 2017 after Ofsted had judged its children’s services as inadequate.

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Call to Action: Psychological Interventions for Persons with Sensory Impairments

Society of Clinical Psychology

Several studies have examined the efficacy of psychological interventions on the mental health of both populations. However, evidence-based research on psychological interventions for these populations is still in its early stages. depression, anxiety, stress) ( d = 0.14; 11 studies; 95% confidence interval, CI [0.02, 0.25]).

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23 interventions to supercharge your social work

Save the Social Worker

As a social worker who was just starting out, I longed for a long list of social work interventions which I could look through whenever I had a client problem I couldn’t solve. Okay okay, maybe no intervention is that easy, but you get the idea. Easy applicable interventions. But with Ray, I used a different intervention.

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Can hearing interventions slow down cognitive decline?

The Social Care Elf

& others (2023) paper on Hearing intervention versus health education control to reduce cognitive decline in older adults with hearing loss in the USA (ACHIEVE): a multi-centre, randomized controlled trial. The post Can hearing interventions slow down cognitive decline? Burgard, S., Chisolm, T. &

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Developing a new framework for delegated healthcare interventions

Social Care

Chief Nurse for Adult Social Care, Deborah Sturdy, and Skills for Care CEO, Oonagh Smyth, look at the progress being made to create a national voluntary framework to support the safe and effective delegation of healthcare interventions to the social care workforce. Image created by freepik.com ]. Building on best practice. Find out more.

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Supporting the supporters: peer support in early intervention in psychosis

The Social Care Elf

In her debut blog, Natalie Kashirsky explores a qualitative study finding valuable mechanisms of peer support in early intervention in psychosis services. The post Supporting the supporters: peer support in early intervention in psychosis appeared first on National Elf Service.