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[PUBLICATIONS] Supporting good assessment: Practice Tool (2014)

Practice Tools and Guides
Published: December 2014

Please note that this has not been updated since it was published. These practical tools support organisations to deliver good assessment, develop good assessors, ensure the right support for assessment and think through the implications of delegating assessments to other parties

[PUBLICATIONS] Good assessment: Practitioners’ Handbook (2014)

Practice Tools and Guides
Published: December 2014

Please note that this has not been updated since it was published. Good practice in assessment is an essential part of effective social care. This handbook sets out the law, policy, evidence and theory that underpins good assessment. It helps assessors and organisations to improv

[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

[PUBLICATIONS] How to run a Journal Club: Practice Tool (2013)

Practice Tools and Guides
Published: October 2013

Please note that this has not been updated since it was published. This resource aims to support you to facilitate a Journal Club session with the following learning outcomes: to appraise a piece of research on a key practice topic and identify the main messages; to understand ho

[PUBLICATIONS] Balancing need: The relationship between carers’ assessment and needs assessment: Key Issue (2014)

Key Issues
Published: January 2014

Please note that this has not been updated since it was published. This Key Issue, which we are extremely pleased to publish in partnership with Carers UK, explores previous research on carers’ assessments before setting out the changes to legislation and policy proposed in

[PUBLICATIONS] Working with outcomes: Practice Tool (2014)

Practice Tools and Guides
Published: January 2014

Please note that this has not been updated since it was published. This resource looks at good practice in terms of working with outcomes, identifying potential barriers and enablers to working in an outcomes-focused way. It contains tools and templates to support good conversati

[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 depend

[PUBLICATIONS] Getting the most out of supervision: Practice Tool (2013)

Practice Tools and Guides
Published: January 2013

Please note that this has not been updated since it was published. This resource helps you identify aspects of good supervision and enables you to develop these aspects in practice. It includes an outline of what good supervision is and its purpose, exercises to complete to refle

[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 demen

[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.
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