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[PUBLICATIONS] Good decision making: Practitioners' Handbook (2013)

Practice Tools and Guides
Published: January 2013

Please note that this has not been updated since it was published.This handbook sets out the evidence relating to decision-making in adult social care and provides a range of tools to support individuals and groups to explore their own decision-making. Aimed at: All social care p

[PUBLICATIONS] Supporting Adults with Multiple Needs and Exclusions: Literature Review (2014)

Evidence Reviews
Published: January 2014

Please note that this has not been updated since it was published.This Review aims to answer important research questions in order to inform the debate on how to effectively support people who experience multiple needs and exclusions (MNE). It’s a useful resource to provide evi

[PUBLICATIONS] Working with people who self-neglect: Practice Tool (updated 2016)

Practice Tools and Guides
Published: January 2015

Please note that this has not been updated since it was published.This Practice Tool, written by Professor Suzy Braye, Dr David Orr and Professor Michael Preston-Shoot, draws on their latest research, which was commissioned by the Department of Health and involved interviewing st

[PUBLICATIONS] Enablement in dementia: Key Issue (2015)

Key Issues
Published: January 2015

Please note that this has not been updated since it was published.The idea that it’s possible to ‘live well’ with dementia is really quite radical. There is a popular assumption that the condition will lead to a total shutdown of the self, with increased dependency on servi

[PUBLICATIONS] Involving and engaging people with dementia: Practice Tool (2015)

Practice Tools and Guides
Published: January 2015

Please note that this has not been updated since it was published.Following on from our successful workshop, this Practice Tool, written by Innovations in Dementia, provides practical methods and background information to help you think about the involvement of people with dement

[PUBLICATIONS] Adult attachment - Implications for adult social care practice: Frontline Briefing (2015)

Frontline resources
Published: September 2015

Please note that this has not been updated since it was published.Attachment theory helps us to understand how attachment patterns evolve through past relationships and the impact these have on current and future behaviours and relationships, including parenting and caregiving. T

[PUBLICATIONS] Enablement in dementia: Practice Tool (2016)

Practice Tools and Guides
Published: February 2016

Building on the RiPfA Key Issue: Enablement in dementia (January 2015), this Practice Tool translates its key messages into practical methods that can be used to support commissioners, services managers and frontline practitioners to deliver dementia services with enablement in m

[PUBLICATIONS] What rights do carers have to an assessment of their needs? Brief Guide (2016)

Brief Guides
Published: October 2016

Before the Care Act 2014 came into force in April 2015, carers did not have a legal right to social care support (although some authorities did in fact provide it). This Brief Guide contains information for carers to help them understand what their new rights are and how to acces

[PUBLICATIONS] Using a mentalising approach in adult social care: Frontline Briefing (2016)

Frontline resources
Published: October 2016

Mentalisation is the ability to think about one’s own and other people’s behaviour and underlying mental states. It can be employed to engage people in the process of change, support emotional resilience and enable relationship-based working with adults and families. It is al

[PUBLICATIONS] Working with people who hoard: Frontline Briefing (2017)

Frontline resources
Published: January 2017

The NHS estimates that between two and five per cent of adults in the UK may have symptoms of a hoarding disorder. Social care practitioners may have a role to play in supporting people who hoard. This work can be complex, and may necessitate a multi-agency response. This briefin
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