1. https://www.scie.org.uk/publications/nqswtool/multiagencyworking/ The SCIE website has information about multi-agency working. It describes what multi-agency working is and why it is used within a health and social are setting, it also explains why multi-agency working is important to be implemented. The website also includes how to ensure that the implementation of multi-agency working will be effective. An example of this is “you will need to be clear about your role and responsibilities and understand the different structures and governance of colleagues from other sectors, including the private and voluntary sectors” (SCIE 2019). 2. https://abbysprojects.wordpress.com/2016/03/07/how-does-multi-agency-working-decrease-the-risk-of-abuse-and-neglect/ Abby’s project website describes what multi-agency working is, what abuse and safeguarding is and finally how multi-agency working can reduce the risk of abuse and neglect. The website mentions a case study and summarises what had occurred. “A well-known example of a devastating case of abuse, that could have been prevented by using multi agency working, is the winterbourne case.” (Abby’s Project 2019). This quote shows that they have mentioned the case study. 3. https://www.cqc.org.uk/about-us/our-partnerships/partnerships-other-organisations The Care Quality Commission website has a lot of information of what they do and how they work with other organisations as well as a list of organisations that they work with. They also state why they work together. On the website there is a list of what the CQC and other organisations do whilst multi-agency working. “Together, we: share information about services, improve how care is overseen, make the most use of our joint resources and activities reduce duplication.” (CQC 2019). Also, on the website it has different areas of which can be explore so more information can be found. 4. https://www.nmc.org.uk/about-us/our-role/ The Nursing and Midwifery Council’s website states what they do, “as the professional regulator of nurses and midwives in the UK, and nursing associates in England” (NMC 2019). They have also provided a video on their website to summarise verbally what they do within their job; they explain what they do and what they do not do. these include; “regulate hospitals or other healthcare settings, regulate healthcare assistants, represent or campaign on behalf of the professionals on our register and set levels of staffing” (NMC 2019). Finally, it explains what happens if something has gone wrong. 5. http://www.housingcare.org/jargon-care-plan-c9d36.aspx This resource explains the definition what a care plan is, this is what the website states “A care plan is a written statement of your individual assessed needs identified during a Community Care Assessment.” (Housing Care 2019). It also explains what should be included within the care plan and the process of it. Also, it includes what people are entitled to and how they can request assistance.