New publications on supervision, exploitation of adults, continuing healthcare and ordinary residence
08 July 2019
The new Research in Practice for Adults publications offer practical tools and accessible guides to support supervisors, frontline staff, adults and carers.
01 April 2019
Animated video showcases the work Research in Practice for Adults do to support social care professionals.
To support Carers Week, Research in Practice for Adults has updated and brought together learning resources to support good practice with carers and their families.
To support Dementia Action Week, Research in Practice for Adults has released an open access blog and recorded webinar, as well as bringing together learning resources to build the confidence of practitioners in meeting the needs of people living with dementia and their families.
To support Mental Health Awareness Week, Research in Practice for Adults has brought together learning resources to support positive mental health outcomes for adults, carers and families.
Colleagues from local areas are invited to share examples of successful learning events following Safeguarding Adult Reviews in order to inform the development of a new practice tool.
Research in Practice for Adults has brought together a package of resources and training opportunities to enable social care practitioners to embed strengths-based approaches.
Our new publications and online resources bring together the latest evidence to support practice.
World Social Work Day sees professionals worldwide celebrate achievements from across the sector. To support this, Research in Practice for Adults has released an open access webinar.
The new Delivery Programme details upcoming Research in Practice for Adults publications, resources, workshops, webinars, conferences and more over the next twelve months.
Colleagues are invited to attend a seminar to inform the development of resources to support professional capabilities and continuous professional development for social work with older people.
Participate in a survey to support plans for implementing the Government’s loneliness strategy.