New ways of working: Making Safeguarding Personal
Research in Practice for Adults (RiPfA) is seeking to capture how recent developments in adult social care practice are being used to support Making Safeguarding Personal (MSP). This includes gathering case studies and capturing views on the Making safeguarding personal: A toolkit for responses, to understand how it is used and what would be useful in terms of a revision.
MSP is an initiative that aims to develop an outcomes focus to safeguarding work, and a range of responses to support people to improve or resolve their circumstances.
RiPfA has been commissioned by ADASS to revise the Making safeguarding personal: A toolkit for responses in consultation with the adult social care sector. RiPfA is also updating a separate online MSP resource that provides case studies sharing what is working. As part of the update, RiPfA is looking to add case studies across a range of categories, with specific interest in:
- Domestic abuse
- Drug and alcohol problems
- Mental capacity
How to take part
RiPfA is seeking your views, as well as examples and case studies sharing what is working on MSP.
To submit your views on the Making safeguarding personal: A toolkit for responses please complete the survey.
To submit case studies, or to give more detail about how the toolkit could be developed, email firstname.lastname@example.org with the heading MSP.