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Research in Practice for Adults has a number of open access learning resources that includes case studies, practical tools and guidance.

 

Coercive control: Learning Resources (open access)Coercive control: Learning resources

Coercive control is the underlying feature of domestic abuse and is an offence in law. These open access learning resources provide information and guidance on how to recognise and respond to coercive and controlling behaviour in intimate or family relationships.

 

Supporting confident social work practice with people living with dementia: Learning Resources (open access)Supporting confident social work practice with people living with dementia: Learning resources

These open access learning resources support social work practice with people living with dementia. They were commissioned by the Department of Health and developed by Research in Practice for Adults.

 

Supporting outcomes-focused practice: Learning Resources (open access)Supporting outcomes-focused practice: Learning resources

These learning resources demonstrate how to have, record and reflect on outcomes conversations. Each gives clear examples of outcomes-focused practice, as well as guidance on how to deliver it.

 

Social work practice with carers: Learning Resources (open access)Social work practice with carers: Learning resources

Intended for frontline practitioners and managers, these learning resources aim to support social work with carers. They include five case studies to give an insight into different types of caring responsibilities, some of the common challenges experienced by carers and guidance for working with them effectively.

 

Social work practice with older people: Learning Resources (open access)Social work practice with older people: Learning resources

Featuring a single case study of a retired couple dealing with the consequences of ageing, these resources intend to help social workers deal with complex needs and end of life cases.

 

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