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Social Care TV: Living with young onset dementia

This film introduces Ian Grant and Sandy Reed, who were both diagnosed with dementia in their 50's. They describe their experiences of receiving such a diagnosis at an early age, and the lack of support that often follows. They are both now supported by the Forget Me Not Centre, which provides counselling and support to younger people with dementia and takes a reablement approach. This means that the support staff work alongside the individuals, help to break difficult tasks down into small steps, and encourage frequent practice until confidence in their abilities grows. The film also emphasises the importance of living life, taking risks and having new experiences, as well as the value of peer support.

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Christian Brown's digital story

Digital stories from the University of Huddersfield MSc Social Work 2011

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Using SWAPBox

This short film can be used to provide information about the SWAPBox repository. It tells how this JISC funded project houses social work and social policy learning and teaching materials. Dr. Helen Carmichael talks about her experiences of using SWAPBox to access teaching content and to collaborate and develop learning designs with the SWAPBox community. The SWAPBox Project partners are also listed as the Social Policy and Social Work Subject Centre (SWAP) at Southampton University, The Centre of Excellence in Interdisciplinary Mental Health (CEIMH) at the University of Birmingham, The Institute for Research and Innovation in Social Services (IRISS), The Social Care Institute of Excellence (SCIE) and The Centre for Human Service Technology (CHST). The project has been supported by Electronics and Computer Science, and the Library at the University of Southampton.

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User Carer Perspectives on Mental Distress – Part 3 - Promoting Recovery

This video is one of a series that can be downloaded from this website. This series of videos explore different perspectives of mental distress. Mental health service users and carers posed questions to proponents of various approaches. The aim was to explore the views of the interviewees in relation to issues of promoting recovery, finding meaning in distress experiences and the causes and contributory factors related to mental distress. There are five perspectives explored in this series, they are Social Perspectives on Mental Distress, Cognitive Behavioural Perspectives on Mental Distress, Biomedical Model of Mental Distress, Critical Perspectives on the Biomedical Model of Mental Distress and User Carer Perspectives on Mental Distress. All 15 videos can be found in this resource.

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User Carer Perspectives on Mental Distress - Part 2 – Finding Meaning in Distress Experiences

This video is one of a series that can be downloaded from this website. This series of videos explore different perspectives of mental distress. Mental health service users and carers posed questions to proponents of various approaches. The aim was to explore the views of the interviewees in relation to issues of promoting recovery, finding meaning in distress experiences and the causes and contributory factors related to mental distress. There are five perspectives explored in this series, they are Social Perspectives on Mental Distress, Cognitive Behavioural Perspectives on Mental Distress, Biomedical Model of Mental Distress, Critical Perspectives on the Biomedical Model of Mental Distress and User Carer Perspectives on Mental Distress. All 15 videos can be found in this resource.

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User Carer Perspectives on Mental Distress – Part 1 – Causes or Contributory Factors

This video is one of a series that can be downloaded from this website. This series of videos explore different perspectives of mental distress. Mental health service users and carers posed questions to proponents of various approaches. The aim was to explore the views of the interviewees in relation to issues of promoting recovery, finding meaning in distress experiences and the causes and contributory factors related to mental distress. There are five perspectives explored in this series, they are Social Perspectives on Mental Distress, Cognitive Behavioural Perspectives on Mental Distress, Biomedical Model of Mental Distress, Critical Perspectives on the Biomedical Model of Mental Distress and User Carer Perspectives on Mental Distress. All 15 videos can be found in this resource.

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Critical Perspectives on the Biomedical Model of Mental Distress – Part 3 - Promoting Recovery

This video is one of a series that can be downloaded from this website. This series of videos explore different perspectives of mental distress. Mental health service users and carers posed questions to proponents of various approaches. The aim was to explore the views of the interviewees in relation to issues of promoting recovery, finding meaning in distress experiences and the causes and contributory factors related to mental distress. There are five perspectives explored in this series, they are Social Perspectives on Mental Distress, Cognitive Behavioural Perspectives on Mental Distress, Biomedical Model of Mental Distress, Critical Perspectives on the Biomedical Model of Mental Distress and User Carer Perspectives on Mental Distress. All 15 videos can be found in this resource.

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Critical Perspectives on the Biomedical Model of Mental Distress - Part 2 – Finding Meaning in Distress Experiences

This video is one of a series that can be downloaded from this website. This series of videos explore different perspectives of mental distress. Mental health service users and carers posed questions to proponents of various approaches. The aim was to explore the views of the interviewees in relation to issues of promoting recovery, finding meaning in distress experiences and the causes and contributory factors related to mental distress. There are five perspectives explored in this series, they are Social Perspectives on Mental Distress, Cognitive Behavioural Perspectives on Mental Distress, Biomedical Model of Mental Distress, Critical Perspectives on the Biomedical Model of Mental Distress and User Carer Perspectives on Mental Distress. All 15 videos can be found in this resource.

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Critical Perspectives on the Biomedical Model of Mental Distress – Part 1 – Causes or Contributory Factors

This video is one of a series that can be downloaded from this website. This series of videos explore different perspectives of mental distress. Mental health service users and carers posed questions to proponents of various approaches. The aim was to explore the views of the interviewees in relation to issues of promoting recovery, finding meaning in distress experiences and the causes and contributory factors related to mental distress. There are five perspectives explored in this series, they are Social Perspectives on Mental Distress, Cognitive Behavioural Perspectives on Mental Distress, Biomedical Model of Mental Distress, Critical Perspectives on the Biomedical Model of Mental Distress and User Carer Perspectives on Mental Distress. All 15 videos can be found in this resource.

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The Biomedical Model of Mental Distress – Part 3 - Promoting Recovery

This video is one of a series that can be downloaded from this website. This series of videos explore different perspectives of mental distress. Mental health service users and carers posed questions to proponents of various approaches. The aim was to explore the views of the interviewees in relation to issues of promoting recovery, finding meaning in distress experiences and the causes and contributory factors related to mental distress. There are five perspectives explored in this series, they are Social Perspectives on Mental Distress, Cognitive Behavioural Perspectives on Mental Distress, Biomedical Model of Mental Distress, Critical Perspectives on the Biomedical Model of Mental Distress and User Carer Perspectives on Mental Distress. All 15 videos can be found in this resource.

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The Biomedical Model of Mental Distress - Part 2 – Finding Meaning in Distress Experiences

This video is one of a series that can be downloaded from this website. This series of videos explore different perspectives of mental distress. Mental health service users and carers posed questions to proponents of various approaches. The aim was to explore the views of the interviewees in relation to issues of promoting recovery, finding meaning in distress experiences and the causes and contributory factors related to mental distress. There are five perspectives explored in this series, they are Social Perspectives on Mental Distress, Cognitive Behavioural Perspectives on Mental Distress, Biomedical Model of Mental Distress, Critical Perspectives on the Biomedical Model of Mental Distress and User Carer Perspectives on Mental Distress. All 15 videos can be found in this resource.

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The Biomedical Model of Mental Distress – Part 1 – Causes or Contributory Factors

This video is one of a series that can be downloaded from this website. This series of videos explore different perspectives of mental distress. Mental health service users and carers posed questions to proponents of various approaches. The aim was to explore the views of the interviewees in relation to issues of promoting recovery, finding meaning in distress experiences and the causes and contributory factors related to mental distress. There are five perspectives explored in this series, they are Social Perspectives on Mental Distress, Cognitive Behavioural Perspectives on Mental Distress, Biomedical Model of Mental Distress, Critical Perspectives on the Biomedical Model of Mental Distress and User Carer Perspectives on Mental Distress. All 15 videos can be found in this resource.

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Cognitive Behavioural Perspectives on Mental Distress - Part 3 – Promoting Recovery

This video is one of a series that can be downloaded from this website. This series of videos explore different perspectives of mental distress. Mental health service users and carers posed questions to proponents of various approaches. The aim was to explore the views of the interviewees in relation to issues of promoting recovery, finding meaning in distress experiences and the causes and contributory factors related to mental distress. There are five perspectives explored in this series, they are Social Perspectives on Mental Distress, Cognitive Behavioural Perspectives on Mental Distress, Biomedical Model of Mental Distress, Critical Perspectives on the Biomedical Model of Mental Distress and User Carer Perspectives on Mental Distress. All 15 videos can be found in this resource.

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Cognitive Behavioural Perspectives on Mental Distress - Part 2 – Finding Meaning in Distress Experiences

This video is one of a series that can be downloaded from this website. This series of videos explore different perspectives of mental distress. Mental health service users and carers posed questions to proponents of various approaches. The aim was to explore the views of the interviewees in relation to issues of promoting recovery, finding meaning in distress experiences and the causes and contributory factors related to mental distress. There are five perspectives explored in this series, they are Social Perspectives on Mental Distress, Cognitive Behavioural Perspectives on Mental Distress, Biomedical Model of Mental Distress, Critical Perspectives on the Biomedical Model of Mental Distress and User Carer Perspectives on Mental Distress. All 15 videos can be found in this resource.

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Cognitive Behavioural Perspectives on Mental Distress - Part 1 – Causes or Contributory Factors

This video is one of a series that can be downloaded from this website. This series of videos explore different perspectives of mental distress. Mental health service users and carers posed questions to proponents of various approaches. The aim was to explore the views of the interviewees in relation to issues of promoting recovery, finding meaning in distress experiences and the causes and contributory factors related to mental distress. There are five perspectives explored in this series, they are Social Perspectives on Mental Distress, Cognitive Behavioural Perspectives on Mental Distress, Biomedical Model of Mental Distress, Critical Perspectives on the Biomedical Model of Mental Distress and User Carer Perspectives on Mental Distress. All 15 videos can be found in this resource.

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Social Perspectives on Mental Distress – Part 3 - Promoting Recovery

This video is one of a series that can be downloaded from this website. This series of videos explore different perspectives of mental distress. Mental health service users and carers posed questions to proponents of various approaches. The aim was to explore the views of the interviewees in relation to issues of promoting recovery, finding meaning in distress experiences and the causes and contributory factors related to mental distress. There are five perspectives explored in this series, they are Social Perspectives on Mental Distress, Cognitive Behavioural Perspectives on Mental Distress, Biomedical Model of Mental Distress, Critical Perspectives on the Biomedical Model of Mental Distress and User Carer Perspectives on Mental Distress. All 15 videos can be found in this resource.

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Social Perspectives on Mental Distress – Part 2 - Finding Meaning in Distress Experiences

This video is one of a series that can be downloaded from this website. This series of videos explore different perspectives of mental distress. Mental health service users and carers posed questions to proponents of various approaches. The aim was to explore the views of the interviewees in relation to issues of promoting recovery, finding meaning in distress experiences and the causes and contributory factors related to mental distress. There are five perspectives explored in this series, they are Social Perspectives on Mental Distress, Cognitive Behavioural Perspectives on Mental Distress, Biomedical Model of Mental Distress, Critical Perspectives on the Biomedical Model of Mental Distress and User Carer Perspectives on Mental Distress. All 15 videos can be found in this resource.

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Social Perspectives on Mental Distress – Part 1 – Causes or Contributory Factors

This video is one of a series that can be downloaded from this website. This series of videos explore different perspectives of mental distress. Mental health service users and carers posed questions to proponents of various approaches. The aim was to explore the views of the interviewees in relation to issues of promoting recovery, finding meaning in distress experiences and the causes and contributory factors related to mental distress. There are five perspectives explored in this series, they are Social Perspectives on Mental Distress, Cognitive Behavioural Perspectives on Mental Distress, Biomedical Model of Mental Distress, Critical Perspectives on the Biomedical Model of Mental Distress and User Carer Perspectives on Mental Distress. All 15 videos can be found in this resource.

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Carers (Equal Opportunities) Act 2004 Video only

Carers (Equal Opportunities) Act 2004 Video only Why did the government introduce a Carers (Equal Opportunities) Act in 2004? Members of Dudley Carers in Partnership explore the impact that the caring role can have on all aspects of their life. They invite you to follow the experiences of someone without caring responsibilities, a carer with support, and finally a carer without support. The aim of the video is to help you explore: The carer’s role How caring impacts on all aspects of their life Whether carers can ever have equal opportunities You are encouraged to think about: What can be done to support carers How being aware of a carers role can inform your own work and development This video resource has been created in unison with mental health carers, practitioners and members of the CEIMH team.

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Bad interview and listening skills

Good listening skills, appropriate body language and respect are all important factors in the development of social care practice, this case study illustrates the opposite of these skills. In this case study you are introduced to Nicki and Gena. Listen to Gena's verbal interaction and watch her body language to gauge her overall engagement with Nicki. Use this case study to identify the changes the Gena should make to improve her practice. The aim of this trigger is to create and develop discussion around assessing potentially difficult mental health situations.

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Unprofessional Conduct

Unprofessional conduct - Holly Case Study This video case study illustrates a worker placing themselves at risk and committing a number of unprofessional mistakes. Chris carries out a home visit to Holly. See if you can spot the elements of unprofessional behaviour demonstrated by Chris. Can identify the issues that may put Chris at risk in this scenario? The purpose of this trigger is to create and develop discussion around professional conduct and awareness of safety when dealing with potentially difficult mental health situations.

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