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Our resources cover information, ideas and bite-size learning about person centred and community-based working.
Skills for Care and North West Employers host workshops with social care providers to learn more about what person centred and community-based working means and why it’s important.
We’ve used stories and examples of what providers told us works well and is important for people to live good lives.
These resources are aimed at adult social care managers, care and support workers in residential, supported living, domiciliary care and non-regulated services and individual employers and personal assistants
This guide outlines the key principles of conversational assessment, to help you to use this approach. Taking this approach can help you to plan care and support, with individuals, that reflects their wishes and needs.
Access information, ideas and bite-size learning for the adult social care workforce to learn about person-centred and community based working. See case studies and examples of what providers told us works well and is important for people to live good lives.
Person-centred and community based working is about ‘what’s strong, rather than what’s wrong. Our summary mini guide offers key findings to help you along your way.
Community based working explaines with top tips, identify and develop the resources in your community. Taking a social return on investment approach can help you to measure the benefits of community investment.
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