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This document highlights some key contact numbers and advice on how to get support in your local community.
In fulfilling its obligations under Section 75 the Department is required to equality screen all of its policies and services under consideration to determine whether they should be subject to a full equality impact assessment (EQIA).
This annual report aims to show the prevalence rate of autism amongst the compulsory school age population. Analyses are provided by health and social care trust, gender, school year, special educational needs and multiple deprivation measure.
Breach of Code of Practice Notification
The Action Plan contains 38 actions, including a commitment to produce a mental health strategy, which will include a comprehensive funding plan for mental health. There is also a plan on dealing with the response to the Covid-19 crisis.
Presents quarterly information collected from health and social care (HSC) trusts on the number of and the amount paid by direct payments, broken down by HSC trust and client group.
Assessment of proposed amendments to restrictions/requirements, 14 May 2020
Guidance for care homes on a proposed new model ‘Safe at Home’.
Modelling the COVID epidemic
Background briefing on care homes
This bulletin presents frequency distributions of disease prevalence across GP practices in year in question.
One of the recommendations of Kathleen Marshall’s 2014 Report into Child Sexual Exploitation was that the Department of Health, along with the HSC Board and HSC Trusts, consider how “safe spaces” could be developed for children and young people at risk of, su
NICE Interventional Procedures Guidance - Bi-monthly HSC Communications
COVID-19 Guidance to accompany the Children s Social Care (Coronavirus) (Temporary Modification of Children s Social Care) Regulations (NI) 2020
Due to the exceptional circumstances, it has not been possible to follow the usual processes of co-production with our trade union partners.
Guidance for Nursing and Residential Care Homes in Northern Ireland
This is a composite report of the findings and key messages from surveys undertaken with social work supervisors and supervisees to measure the quality and prevalence of supervision across Northern Ireland.
This calendar shows the due dates of community information branch returns for 2021/22.
Covid-19 - Information and Resources for the Allied Health Professions (AHP) Workforce in Northern Ireland
Access to professional supervision is essential for all social workers during the COVID-19 emergency.