Digital technologies and adult social care: Cohort one
Places for this workshop and waiting list are now full and we are unable to take further booking requests.
This seminar will be delivered using Microsoft Teams.
By requesting your place at this seminar you will automatically be enrolled onto Seminar two on Tuesday 17 November at 12.00 - 13.15.
The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has meant that ‘traditional’ face-to-face social care practices have had to fundamentally change, leading to the rapid acceleration of digitised social care.
While digital technology can function as an ‘enabler’ to achieve the core objectives of adult social care, such as in relation to inclusion, co-production, self-determination, and safeguarding, it can also present ethical and practice challenges and lead to uncertainty in practice. This seminar series will use the recent outbreak as starting point, to reflect upon and explore the challenges and opportunities of ‘virtual’ relationships-based practice with adults in receipt of services.
The seminar series will also consider digital social care through the lenses of pre, during, and post-COVID-19 in order to support delegates to reflect upon the ethical, moral and practice considerations of digital social work. It will consider how practitioners can manage and respond to the risks and uncertainties of working online as well as to build their skills, understanding and confidence of good ethical practice when using digital technologies in adult social care practice.
Aimed at: Frontline practitioners, social workers, team leaders, people accessing services and their families, carers and senior practitioners.
Please note adding this event to your calendar does not confirm your place at this event. Details of how to access the webinar will be sent a week before only to those with a confirmed place.
PQS:KSS - The role of social workers | Person-centred practice | Safeguarding | Effective assessment and outcome based support planning | Direct work with individuals and families | Professional ethics and leadership | Values and ethics | Developing confident and capable social workers | Assuring good social work practice and development | Promoting and supporting critical analysis and decision making | Relationship-based practice supervision | Effective use of power and authority as a practice supervisor
CQC - Caring | Safe | Effective
PCF - Professionalism | Values and ethics | Diversity and equality | Rights, justice and economic wellbeing | Intervention and skills
RCOT - Understanding relationship | Service users | Develop intervention | Collaborative