CareKnowledge Analysis brings you up to the minute summary and detailed analysis that will help you make sense of the complex world of social care. Here's a paginated feed of these articles, most recent first.
Building Safety Into Child and Family Assessments – a Trauma-Informed Response
Suicide Risk Assessments Have 'No Predictive Value'
Chief Social Worker for Adults' Annual Report
The Importance of Relationships in Social Work
Safeguarding and Knife Crime
Young Carers: Still Ignored or Do They Now Have Reason to Be Hopeful?
A CareKnowledge Special Report which sets out the intentions of the 2014 Children and Families Act and Carers Act, highlights the issues raised by stakeholders since then, and considers the government’s response as it looks to improve the offering of help and assistance available to young carers. [12-Mar-2019]
Why We Talk About Our Childhood in Therapy
IICSA’s Investigation of the Sexual Abuse of Children in Custodial Institutions
Safeguarding Adults: Self-Neglect and Hoarding Toolkit
CQC’s Monitoring of the Mental Health Act
Report Highlights the Unique Stressors Faced by Healthcare Students - and It's Not Just Junior Doctors
The NHS Staff and Learners' Mental Wellbeing Commission has published a report examining the mental health of healthcare students. Balancing academia with clinical practice is a struggle faced by healthcare students - and it's not just junior doctors who are affected.Article from Mental Health Today. [25-Feb-2019]
Are Learning Disabilities Mortality Review Millions Being Spent Wisely?
It was promoted as a world-first that would deliver improvements to the lives of people with learning disabilities by investigating the reasons behind premature deaths. Writing for Learning Disability Today Darren Devine speaks to those who say the aims of the learning disabilities mortality review (LeDeR) are being undermined. [25-Feb-2019]