This resource, from NHS Ayrshire and Arran, can be used to help you start a conversation with an older person who uses your service. Activities are divided into five sections: communication, games, physical activity, music and culture and wellbeing.

These resources from Action on Hearing Loss will help you feel more confident when working with people who are deaf or have a hearing loss. With the right knowledge, you will be more informed and better placed to understand how to communicate effectively with them.

These modules cover the knowledge and skills for levels one to three of the EPiC core principles for working with carers and young carers.

Use these videos to become ‘informed about dementia’ and commit to making a positive difference for people living with dementia, their families and carers.

This guide is for practitioners tasked with bringing Self Directed Support legislation and policy objectives into everyday practice.

This guide is for carers who are looking after someone who gets support from the local council.

Strategic commissioning is about planning and delivering services and supports for people in a new way. This comprehensive learning resource will support your learning by placing Strategic Commissioning within the national policy context, defining strategic commissioning and explaining the importance of the process.

This guide can help you if you are getting social care support or if you are thinking of getting support.

The Preventing Falls online learning resource has been developed by NHS Highland in partnership with RRHEAL and with support from the National Falls Programme. The aim is to increase awareness and understanding of how a fall can effect an older person and to clarify what can be done to support a person to prevent them falling.