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New publications on supervision, exploitation of adults, continuing healthcare and ordinary residence

08 July 2019

New publications on supervision, exploitation of adults, continuing healthcare and ordinary residence

Research in Practice for Adults has released new publications, including:

An accompanying Mapping Resource (PDF) provides details of each new release and who they are aimed at, as well as identifying a selection of related publications from the Research in Practice for Adults back catalogue.


National Health Service Continuing Healthcare: Practice Guidance

National Health Service Continuing Healthcare: Practice GuidanceThese Practice Guidance publications provide an overview of the law in relation to ordinary residence (OR) and National Health Service (NHS) Continuing Health Care (CHC).

The guidance explain in detail what OR and CHC are and who is responsible for them. They also provide resources to support practical, fair and effective decision-making, as well as guidance on effective handling of disputes.

Designed for: Frontline staff.

Paperback price: £10.00 (no VAT to pay).

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Ordinary residence: Practice Guidance

Ordinary residence: Practice GuidanceThese Practice Guidance publications provide an overview of the law in relation to ordinary residence (OR) and National Health Service (NHS) Continuing Health Care (CHC).

The guidance explain in detail what OR and CHC are and who is responsible for them. They also provide resources to support practical, fair and effective decision-making, as well as guidance on effective handling of disputes.

Designed for: Frontline staff.

Paperback price: £10.00 (no VAT to pay).

Download price: £12.00 (includes VAT).


Supervision: Brief Guide

Supervision: Brief GuideSupervision is when one worker in adult social care is given responsibility to work with another colleague or group of colleagues. The aim of supervision is to promote the wellbeing of adults and carers who are receiving support.

This Brief Guide explains what supervision is and provides practical advice for adults and carers about how they can have their voice heard throughout the supervision process.

Designed for: Adults and carers.

Paperback price: £0.80 (no VAT to pay).

Download price: £0.96 (includes VAT).


Understanding and responding to the exploitation of adults: Leaders’ Briefing

Understanding and responding to the exploitation of adults: Leaders’ BriefingAdult exploitation is an area that is not widely understood. There are a number of different types of exploitation, many of which have commonalities.

This briefing aims to explore commonalities and differences of various types of exploitation to support a systems wide approach to both preventing and responding to exploitation.

Designed for: Leaders and senior managers.

Paperback price: £10.00 (no VAT to pay).

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Wellbeing supervision: Supervisors’ Briefing

Wellbeing supervision: Supervisors’ BriefingThis briefing provides an accessible summary of how to embed quality and effective supervision in social care organisations.

The ultimate purpose of supervision in adult social care is to promote the wellbeing of adults and carers. This can be achieved through keeping adults and carers at the centre of supervision, adopting a strengths-based approach to supervision, supporting supervisees’ wellbeing and promoting wellbeing throughout the organisation.

Designed for: Supervisors and leaders in social care and integrated environments.

Paperback price: £10.00 (no VAT to pay).

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