Resources

See the latest social care sector resources, from CQC handbooks, SCIE resources, guidance from NICE & more! Bookmark this page to make sure that you never miss out on key sector information.

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Workforce Resources

Surrey 500 Leadership Programme

Carers Week 2019 Materials

Essential Toolkit

Other Resources

A Common Wealth of Experience

Supporting your team through Ramadan

HR Hub: Transgender rights in the workplace

Citation March Newsletter - April Employment Law changes & more!

A new Health and Wellbeing Strategy for Surrey - Easy Read Materials

Care Homes Out of Hours Advise Line Pilot - A faster alternative to 111

Person-centred future planning - A quick guide for practitioners supporting people growing older with learning disabilities

NHS England - Commissioning for Quality and Innovation (CQUIN)

The Provision of Community Equipment in Care Homes Guidance

Equipment in Care Home Guidance

Social care – charging for care and support

Brexit Immigration Policy: Will it exacerbate the care sector workforce crisis?

NAPC - Primary care home and social care: Working together

Surrey's Local Resilience Forum: 4x4 Vehicle Protocol

Contact Details for Integrated Discharge Bureau

Identifying factors in discharge

Unit Costs of Health & Social Care 2018

Autism Awareness Month Resources

Accommodations for Students with Autism Guide to Better Sleep for Kids with Autism
Autism Resource Center
Creating an Autism Friendly Home
Autism Support Network Resources
Planning a Move with Autism
30 Ways to Celebrate Autism Awareness Month
Autism and Travel

Latest News

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17Jun, 2019
Surrey County Council are holding a workshop with the event organisers for care providers to help with your planning arrangements for this event.

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11Jun, 2019
More than 200,000 people applied to the scheme during public testing.

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07Jun, 2019
The Heatwave and Summer preparedness programme of the Heatwave Plan for England becomes operational on 1 June 2019, to raise both public and professional awareness of the health impacts of hot weather, including severe heat. The plan is a key component of emergency planning and is increasingly relevant in adapting to climate change.

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