Common Core Principles Supporting Mental Health and Wellbeing in Adult Social Care (Skills for Care)

Summary

This guide, from Skills for Care, presents ten common core principles to support mental health and wellbeing in social care settings. These principles are intended to help staff working in social care services to support and promote good mental health and overall wellbeing for their uses. This guide offers advice for people involved in workforce development: leaders and managers; training and education leads; and commissioners.

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Common core principles to support good mental health and wellbeing in adult social care. Leeds: Skills for Care, March 2014.

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