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[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] 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] Developing the social care workforce: Strategic Briefing (2016)

Strategic Briefings
Published: June 2016

Across the UK, local authorities are looking at how to recruit, support and retain a strong social care workforce. However, there has recently been a focus on skills shortage within the sector at the same time as expectations for delivery increasing and plans for more stringent r

[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.

[PUBLICATIONS] Good recording: Practice Tool (2017)

Practice Tools and Guides
Published: June 2017

This Practice Tool provides an overview of the importance and purpose of recording, with resources and case studies to support reflection and professional development. The tools support: preparation for recording professional writing note-taking and recording outcomes-focused co

[PUBLICATIONS] Risks, rights, values and ethics: Frontline Briefing (2018)

Frontline resources
Published: June 2018

Working with people is complex and when we are working with people who may be taking risks, it’s imperative to understand how we might balance their human rights, while enabling them to be safe and to live a full life. Building on Research in Practice for Adults’ work

[PUBLICATIONS] Forced labour and adult social care

Upcoming publications
Published: February 2020

Forced labour is any work or service in which people are forced to do against their will, under threat of punishment. This can take place in a wide range of employment sectors, including social care. People using health and social care services may also be victims of modern slave
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