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Making Safeguarding Personal: supporting increased involvement of services users

This resource underlines the way in which effective user involvement can support delivery of the six core safeguarding principles in practice as outlined in the Department of Health Care and Support Statutory Guidance.

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Making Safeguarding Personal: what might 'good' look like for health and social care commissioners and providers?

Commissioners and providers across the health and social care sectors play a critical part in safeguarding adults, both on the front line and at a strategic level, as partners on safeguarding adults boards.

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Making Safeguarding Personal: What might 'good' look like for those working in the housing sector?

The housing sector plays a critical part in safeguarding adults, both on the front line and at a strategic level, as partners on safeguarding adults boards. It aims to support housing commissioners and providers to make safeguarding personal.

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Making Safeguarding Personal: For safeguarding adults boards

These steps underline that development of Making Safeguarding Personal is not simply about a focus on personalised front line practice. It requires a whole system approach across and within organisations.

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Making Safeguarding Personal: What might 'good' look like for advocacy?

Advocacy plays a critical part in safeguarding adults, both on the front line, and at a strategic level as a partner on safeguarding adults boards.

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Adult social care funding: State of the nation - October 2017

For adult social care to thrive we need Government to act both for the here and now, and for the longer-term.

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Reshaping the market for extra care sheltered housing and supported living

Birmingham City Council has invested in developing good relationships with supported housing providers which have resulted in progressive conversations about meeting needs differently.

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Performance: How do you know your council is performing well in adult social care?

Promoting and modelling positive culture

Sector-led improvement
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Use of resources: How do you know you are making the best use of scarce resources?

Leading changes to the way services are developed and delivered.

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High impact change model

The high impact change model offers a practical approach to manage transfers of care. It can be used to self-assess how local care and health systems are working now, and to reflect on, and plan for, action they can take to reduce delays throughout the year.