Principles of Strength-based Practice
Webinar: Microsoft Teams, Teams
CAH Staff / Social Care Staff
Adult Social Care
Adult Social Care subcategories
General Adult Social Care
CURRENTLY DELIVERED AS A WEBINAR - you will be sent an invite to join
Please note: By booking onto this course, you are consenting to your contact details being passed onto the trainer. This is so they can send the invitation to you.
This training is specifically for practitioners in South Glos Council's adult social care division, i.e. Social Workers, Occupational Therapists, Social Work Assistants, Occupational Therapy Assistants, Senior Practitioners etc.
Strength based approaches are not new in Adult Social Care. You will be familiar with this term and will be able to identify aspects of it in your current practice. Our starting point will be recognising the practice strengths and professional curiosity you already apply in South Gloucestershire in your work with adults and carers and enabling you to share ideas and tools with your colleagues. A strength-based approach is as much about how professionals think and feel about their role, and the individuals they work with, as it is about using new and/or different tools. It requires finding ways to share both power and responsibility with people to promote wellbeing. During the session you will have the chance to explore what this means for you and your colleagues in the challenging climate within which you are working.
Aim: To enable delegates to gain a consistent set of underpinning knowledge and to further develop skills and confidence in applying a strength-based approach in practice
Charges: This course is currently free.
By the end of the session delegates will be able to:
• Articulate the principles and benefits of strengths based, outcomes focused self-directed care
• Explain how the Care Act 2014 promotes and requires a strength-based approach
• Apply a strengths based approach in assessment, support planning and review conversations
• Identify a range of possible solutions to address identified needs
• Contribute to equitable use of resources, minimising waste and avoiding unnecessary dependency
• Identify actions to improve own practice
Wednesday 9 June 2021
Wednesday 9 June 2021
Thursday 3 June 2021