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Liberty Protection Safeguards

24 Oct 2019 Presenter: Alex Ruck Keene

Liberty Protection Safeguards

The Liberty Protection Safeguards received Royal Assent in May 2019 and are anticipated to come into force in October 2020. It is a significant piece of legislation in relation to social care, setting in place a new framework to authorise deprivation of liberty for those with impaired decision-making capacity. Unlike the existing legislation, it applies to 16 and 17 year olds, bringing new challenges for people working with this age group. In this Webinar, Alex Ruck Keene, who is an expert in mental capacity law and was a consultant to the Law Commission project that led to the Liberty Protection Safeguards, provides an overview of the key messages for practice. Designed for: People working in adult social care, as well as those working with young people aged 16 and 17.

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Recording strengths-based conversations

21 Aug 2019 Presenter: Gerry Nosowska

Recording strengths-based conversations

Recording strengths-based conversations should be done in a way that captures the thoughts, feelings and wishes of the individual, alongside those of their family members or carers. This Webinar will give delegates the opportunity to consider some of the characteristics involved in the recording of a strengths-based conversation, as well as some of the practice challenges.

Designed for: Social workers, support workers and team managers in direct practice with adults

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Supporting people with learning disabilities to have positive sexual relationships

17 Jun 2019 Presenter: Anna Marriott

Supporting people with learning disabilities to have positive sexual relationships

Adults with learning disabilities often describe feeling lonely and aspire to have intimate relationships with others. This webinar focuses on the ways in which practitioners can work with people with learning disabilities to enable them to fulfil their wishes to have relationships.

Working with loss

05 Jun 2019 Presenter: Melika Malone-Lee

Working with loss

Loss can have an impact on social care practitioners, in terms of their own personal lives, and in their professional work with adults dealing with loss.

This Webinar looks at how practitioners can develop resilience and support others in relation to dealing with loss. It also highlights things supervisors and leaders can do to support frontline workers in working effectively with loss.

Designed for: Practitioners and managers working in adult social care.

Working effectively with people living with dementia and their families: Section 1

20 May 2019 Presenter: Damian Murphy

Working effectively with people living with dementia and their families: Section 1

This page contains a short clip of Damian Murphy from Innovations in Dementia talking about working effectively with people with dementia and their families.

Section 1: Defining dementia

This clip provides a short definition of dementia and some useful tips on how to support a person recently diagnosed with dementia to understand about their diagnosis and what it means.

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