A quick, easy way to access key information from NICE on social care topics.
A quick guide for young people and their families.
A quick guide for registered managers of mental health services for young people
A quick guide for social workers.
A guide for practitioners supporting young people with mental health needs.
A quick guide for people with dementia and their family and carers following a dementia diagnosis.
A quick guide for commissioners about arranging services for those with a learning disability.
A quick guide for people using adult social care services. This guide outlines what to expect during assessment and care planning.
A quick guide for home care managers providing medicines support about effective record keeping and ordering of medicines.
A quick guide for practitioners and managers supporting children, young people and families after abuse and neglect.
A quick guide for home care managers providing medicines support.
A quick guide for registered managers of care homes and home care about individuals moving between hospital and home.
A quick guide for care home managers. This will help care staff to recognise and prevent delirium within those living in a care facility.
A quick guide for practitioners supporting young people to help build independence through planning for transition.
About these guides
We've co-produced these guides with The Social Care Institute for Excellence. The idea is to create something that gives you key information for social care topics in a simple format.
They are for people who don't have the time to read large guidelines and quality standards.
In addition to the quick guides, we also have tailored resources on a number of topics. These contain key messages and are designed to help you put our guidance and standards into practice.