- Signs of sexual exploitation
- How to effectively engage with people who are at risk of sexual exploitation.
- The legislative and policy ...
- the context within which ad...
Strategic Briefings Published: Apr 2018
Estimates are that between 40 to 60 percent of parents with a learning disability do not live with their children. This publication provides an overview of the available evidence in relation to ‘what works’ in working with parents who have a learning disability, including case study examples of good practice.
The briefing aims...
Frontline resources Published: Mar 2018
Local authorities have a responsibility to safeguard people from sexual exploitation. This publication explores the evidence relating to sexual exploitation and mental health and covers:
Evidence Reviews Published: Mar 2018
Working with people and their families is complex, and our family settings and situations are dynamic and complicated. Our aspiration with this Evidence Review is to explore some specific areas of complexity, identifying relevant research and highlighting good practice.
In this review we focus on four key areas of complexity: Helping ...
Brief Guides Published: Mar 2018
An adult social care assessment is a process which identifies what people want to achieve in order to maintain or improve their wellbeing, whilst having as much independence and control over their day-to-day life as possible This Brief Guide explains in simple terms what an assessment is and how it works, along with practical advice to help ensu...
Leaders' Briefings Published: Mar 2018
Asset-based work with communities is part of a wider strengths-based approach, drawing on personalisation, community development, and co-production. When an approach is asset-based, it means that it consciously identifies and mobilises the assets - skills, gifts and resources - of people, communities and organisations.
The research is sta...
Strategic Briefings Published: Mar 2018
The purpose of this briefing is to provide SAB chairs, board members and other relevant people with ideas as to how they can better assure themselves that adult safeguarding training commissioned or delivered on their behalf is of good quality and promotes the transfer of learning into practice. It focuses on:
18 December 2018
08 August 2018
30 July 2018
Extremely well-presented subject matter by two specialists. Great to have the time and opportunity to explore this hugely important area in more depth. Good mix of people which was really helpful to the flow of the day and the discussions. Thanks again for a really well organised day.Supporting people who self-neglect
Research Messages Workshop
Paul Ireland, Safeguarding Officer Birmingham City Council