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‘Mate crime’ is a form of exploitation that can affect many people, but professionals and services currently may struggle to identify and deal with the issue. This Webinar seeks to explore common issues around mate crime, drawing on the latest research to allow practi
Much has been written about telecare, and the evidence regarding its use is the subject of debate.
As well as looking at the existing evidence on telecare, this webinar will look at the findings from a new study looking at the use of telecare and put forward ideas for developing
This webinar provides a brief introduction to the origins, principles and processes of family group conferences (FGCs) and an overview of FGCs within the context of legislative frameworks which support adult social care (eg, the Care Act 2014; Making Safeguarding Personal 2010).
This webinar is designed to support outcomes-based working. It can sometimes be a challenge for practitioners to accurately capture the outcomes-focused nature of a conversation so that the written record reads as a reflection of a conversation which is focused on outcomes rather
Commissioned by the Department of Health and developed by RiPfA, the online resources build on the manual for good social work practice: supporting adults with dementia broadening the application of knowledge into practice with case studies, practical guidance and tools that draw
Supporting transition from Children’s to Adults’ Services for young people using health or social care services
The involvement of young people with SEND and their families is crucial to developing and maintaining effective support when planning for adulthood.
Social care practitioners have a role to play in supporting people who hoard, but where does that role begin and end, and what approaches and interventions are effective?
Building on our Working with people who self-neglect: Practice tool, this hour-long webinar explores the evid
This is an OPEN ACCESS webinar.
The NICE guideline on Social care for older people with multiple long-term conditions recommends 'a single, named care coordinator'. Despite strong evidence that this is what older people want, and that it helps improve experiences and outcomes,
Risk enablement can play a significant role in the protection of an individual's rights and the achievement of outcomes. This webinar will explain why risk enablement is key to delivering the requirements of the Care Act 2014, identify examples of good practice and discuss ways f
When working with people and their families at the end of their life it is important that we work in a way that enables people to have the best possible experience of death. Practitioners can feel uncertain about what constitutes best practice and may need support to have positiv