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Resources for - BASW England and the Autism Alliance presents: What A Good Care Needs Assessment Looks Like: part of the Homes not Hospitals webinar series- 27.10.2020
Tuesday 27th October 2020 12.30-1.30pm Tweet about the event using #swlistening Useful Resources Resources relating to Autistic Adults Capabilities Statement and CPD Pathway: Resources - Resources to...
Practice Educator Professional Standards (PEPS) FAQs
Frequently asked questions for the Practice Educator Professional Standards (PEPS)
Review of Adult Social Care: Background Briefing
Our briefing paper on the Scottish Government's Adult Social Care Review.
Social Work in Disasters CPD Guidance Develop your workforce
Slides from the the event which examined how the Social Work in Disasters CPD guidance produced by BASW England can strengthen the capabilities and confidence of your workforce in their practice.
Raising the age of referral to the principal reporter: consultation response
Read SASW's response to the Scottish Government consultation seeking views on raising the age a young person can be referred to a children’s hearing.
Accompanying documents and resources: "Embedding the Capabilities Statements for people with learning disabilities and autistic adults" webinar
These are the accompanying documents and resources for the "Embedding the Capabilities Statements for people with learning disabilities and autistic adults" webinar Find attached the: PowerPoint...
Accompanying documents and resources: "The Mental Health Act, Race and Ethnicity: what are the key issues for AMHPs now?" webinar
These resources accompany the recent "The Mental Health Act, Race and Ethnicity: what are the key issues for AMHPs now?" webinar as part of the Professionals in Practice Webinar Series. This webinar...
Open letter by BASW Cymru - BASW Cymru urge Wales First Minister to change the guidance on shopping for essential items
Shaping Social Workers' Identity
The breadth and adaptability of social work is a key strength of the profession. Central to the Shaping Social Workers’ Identity all-Ireland study is exploring whether the diversity of social work...
BASW Cymru Care Home Visit Briefing for MSs (November 2020)
The British Association of Social Workers Cymru (BASW Cymru) believe that social workers are integral to ensuring the wellbeing of care home residents and should be treated as professional visitors...
BASW Cymru Social Work Manifesto: Senedd Elections 2021
BASW Cymru have published their Manifesto for the Senedd Election 2021. For social workers to fulfil their potential and make a positive difference to the well-being and flourishing of children,...
Accompanying documents and resources: "Shaping Social Workers' Identity: An All-Ireland Study" webinar
Accompanying resources to the "Shaping Social Workers' Identity: An All-Ireland Study" webinar
Accompanying documents and resources: "BASW England and the Autism Alliance: What a good care needs assessment looks like" webinar
The accompanying documents to the "BASW England and the Autism Alliance: What a good care needs assessment looks like" webinar
Test, Safe Access, Promote Rights - update from SASW
SASW fully supports the Test, Safe Access, Protect Rights campaign, and its aim to change guidance in England and Wales. Scottish Government guidance since moving from lockdown to Phase one in May,...
Independent Review of Adult Social Care - SASW Position Statement
Read SASW's position statement on the Independent Review of Adult Social Care.
Minutes of the one hundred and forty fifth meeting of Council held on Wednesday, 16th September 2020
Lincolnshire Branch event: Ethical foundations for social care practice
This event will enable social care staff to: Revisit the ethics that underpin social care and the ethical capabilities that are needed Consider the impact of ethical questions and situations on them...
Letter for Humza Yousaf, MSP, Cabinet Secretary for Justice from SASW
Read our letter to Humza Yousaf, MSP, Cabinet Secretary for Justice, regarding the unpaid work backlog and unmanageable impact on justice services.