Equality and human rights in residential care during coronavirus

Parliamentary briefings | Equality and Human Rights Commission Equality and human rights in residential care during coronavirus 20 October 2020: briefing for England (194KB, Word) briefing for Wales (192KB, Word) Cydraddoldeb a hawliau dynol mewn gofal preswyl yng Nghymru yn ystod coronafeirws (188KB, Word) Source: Parliamentary briefings | Equality and Human Rights Commission

Care Home Voices: A snapshot of life in care homes in Wales during Covid-19

What has it been like to live or work in a care home over the last few months? To be the friend or relative of a care home resident, and unable to visit them? The report is based on over 120 responses (received between 14 May and 05 Jun) from older people, their families andContinue reading “Care Home Voices: A snapshot of life in care homes in Wales during Covid-19”

Coronavirus (COVID-19): Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) | Care Inspectorate Wales

In response to the coronavirus (COVID-19), we have captured some of your most frequently asked questions for care providers and staff across Wales. We understand and appreciate the difficulty of the current situation and the impact it is having on many care providers and staff across Wales. We hope the FAQs below answer some ofContinue reading “Coronavirus (COVID-19): Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) | Care Inspectorate Wales”

The rights of children living in children’s homes for residential child care workers in Wales|Social Care Wales

Find out more about how you can support children living in children’s homes to access their rights. (Last updated: 11 December 2019) Contents                 Universal children’s rights Children’s rights when living in residential child care Children’s right to play in residential child care What age can children doContinue reading “The rights of children living in children’s homes for residential child care workers in Wales|Social Care Wales”

Older people’s decisions about extra-care housing

In this blog Kate Baxter talks about Sarah Hillcoat-Nallétamby’s paper ‘Pathways to choice’ of care setting. The paper is about older people’s involvement in decisions to move to an extra-care housing scheme. Extra-care housing combines accommodation where people can live independently with on-site personal care and domestic support. There can also be communal spaces andContinue reading “Older people’s decisions about extra-care housing”

Care Under the Rainbow Online learning materials and films for making #carehomes more inclusive for older LGBT+ people in England and Wales This project produced a research-informed online learning resource for care and nursing home staff and managers in England and Wales that communicates messages for informing practice from recent and current research on Lesbian,Continue reading

Inquiry publishes literature review on residential schools

22 November 2018 The Inquiry has published a literature review of published research on child sexual abuse in residential and non-residential schools. The review covers five key areas: Pupils attending residential schools. Standards for keeping children safe from sexual abuse in schools in England and Wales. The scale and nature of child sexual abuse inContinue reading “Inquiry publishes literature review on residential schools”