Strengths-based practice: Film
Watch this film to find out more about the ways in which practitioners can approach assessments, reviews and conversations in a strengths-based way.
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This film looks at strengths-based working. Featuring Gavin Rough, who has experience of adult social care, watch the film to find out more about the ways in which practitioners can approach assessments, reviews and conversations in a strengths-based way. Gavin has also featured in a second film exploring ways in which practitioners can support good digital conversations with adults and carers.
- How can you ensure the language you are using with people is clear and accessible?
- When planning and preparing for a conversation how do you ensure it is in the right time and place for the person, as much as possible?
- When having conversations about safety, how do you frame this to ensure the persons goals and aspirations are at the centre?
- What strategies do you have to get to know a person?
PQS:KSS - Person-centred practice | Effective assessment and outcome based support planning | Direct work with individuals and families | Values and ethics | Developing confident and capable social workers | Assuring good social work practice and development
CQC - Caring | Responsive
PCF - Values and ethics | Intervention and skills
RCOT - Understanding relationship | Service users | Collaborative | Communication