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Critically reflective practice: Making sense of uncertainty

18 Mar 2019 Presenter: Gerry Nosowska

Critically reflective practice: Making sense of uncertainty

Engaging in reflective practice can improve the work we do and enable us to develop our own confidence and resilience. This webinar is aimed at practitioners and managers working in children’s and adult social care. This webinar aims to support practitioners to recognise the support they need from supervisors and leaders in order to engage in reflective practice and develop strategies to support the development of their own reflective practice skills.

Mental health law: Risks, rights and responsibilities

21 Feb 2019 Presenter: Alex Ruck keene

Mental health law: Risks, rights and responsibilities

This webinar will examine the specific meaning of the concepts of ‘risks’ and ‘rights’ in the mental health context. It will also give an overview of the outcomes of the independent review of the Mental Health Act, due to be published at the end of 2018, and the implications of this review for adult social care practice.  

This Webinar is presented by Alex Ruck Keene, barrister at 39 Essex Chambers. Alex has been involved in cases covering the Mental Capacity Act 2005 and Mental Health Act 1983 at all levels up to and including the Supreme Court and the European Court of Human Rights. He is currently the legal adviser to the Independent Review of the Mental Health Act.  
 
Aimed at: Practitioners and managers in adult social care who work with the Mental Health Act, Mental Capacity Act and Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards. 

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Transitions – supporting young people in transition to reach positive outcomes in adulthood

23 Jan 2019 Presenter: Julie Pointer

Transitions – supporting young people in transition to reach positive outcomes in adulthood

The differing legal frameworks governing Children’s and Adults’ Services, combined with the range of services involved in supporting young people in transition, can create challenges for practitioners in providing joined up support for young people.  

Drawing on innovative practice from Preparing for Adulthood, funded by the Department for Education, this Webinar examines the challenges and opportunities in supporting young people to develop the skills they need to be successful in adult life.

Aimed at: Frontline staff

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Embedding strength-based working

11 Dec 2018 Presenter: Lydia Guthrie

Embedding strength-based working

Many local authorities are embarking on new strengths-based approaches to social care practice. This Webinar provides an opportunity to consider what may be required to effectively embed these approaches and how to begin evaluating their impact.

Aimed at: Managers, commissioners and practitioners.

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The Wigan Deal

12 Jul 2018 Presenter: Stuart Cowley

The Wigan Deal

Stuart Cowley, Director for Health and Adult Social Care at Wigan Council recorded a full Webinar about ‘The Wigan Deal’ for the South West ADASS Annual Conference 2018.

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