New ways of working: Making safeguarding personal toolkit update
Research in Practice for Adults (RiPfA) has been commissioned by ADASS to revise the Making safeguarding personal: A toolkit for responses in consultation with the adult social care sector.
The project is seeking to capture views on the toolkit, to understand how it is used and what would be useful in terms of a revision. Examples of what works in safeguarding situations are also sought to use to inform the development and revision of the toolkit.
RiPfA is also interested to hear how recent developments in adult social practice care, such as strengths-based approaches, relationship-based practice and building community capacity, are being used to support making safeguarding personal.
The survey can be completed by people working in a range of settings, including frontline practitioners, team managers and Principal Social Workers.
Volunteers are also sought to take part in telephone interviews to give more detail about how the toolkit could be developed. To take part in a telephone interview, or to send examples of ‘what works’ please email email@example.com with the subject heading ‘MSP toolkit’.