Location: /

Search results for:

Keyword “ripfa-kss-supervisors-assuring”
Topic “KSS”

Results can be filtered using the options below:

    • ALL SEARCH RESULTS

  • Page 1 of 6

[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] 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 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 s

[PUBLICATIONS] Training Transfer: Getting Learning into Practice: Review (2012)

Practice Tools and Guides
Published: January 2012

Please note that this has not been updated since it was published. This booklet provides practice suggestions informed by research evidence to support people who attend, commission and deliver training to improve their learning and development processes. Such changes should maxi

[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] What difference are we making? Action Research and Action Learning Tools: Practice Toolkit (2014)

Practice Tools and Guides
Published: January 2014

Please note that this has not been updated since it was published. These tools enable practitioners to address issues within their own practice by building their individual and organisational capacity to learn and contribute to the evidence base of ‘what works’. The

[PUBLICATIONS] Supporting emotional resilience within the social care workforce: Practice Tool (2015)

Practice Tools and Guides
Published: January 2015

Please note that this has not been updated since it was published. Emotional resilience is the ability to adapt to and ‘bounce back’ from difficult situations and can help individuals and teams to cope with uncertainty and stressful situations. These practical tools f

[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.

[PUBLICATIONS] Reimagining social care: Evidence Review (2015) Executive Summary DOWNLOAD

Evidence Reviews
Published: November 2015

Please note that this has not been updated since it was published. Download: £0.00 (open access resource) This Executive Summary of the full Evidence Review, edited by David Walden CBE, asks the broad question: If we were able to start designing adult social care from a bla

[PUBLICATIONS] Reimagining Adult Social Care: Evidence Review (2015)

Evidence Reviews
Published: November 2015

Please note that this has not been updated since it was published. This Evidence Review asks the broad question: If we were able to start designing adult social care from a blank slate, and build a system based on the evidence of what people want and what is effective, what would
  • Page 1 of 6

Share this page