Self-Neglect

A practice-based perspective on working with people who self-neglect.

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Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Britten, Shona.
Other Authors: Whitby, Karen.
Format: Electronic
Language:English
Published: St Albans : Critical Publishing, 2021.
Series:Critical skills for social work.
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Table of Contents:
  • Cover
  • Half-title
  • Series Information
  • Title Page
  • Copyright Page
  • Table of contents
  • Acknowledgments
  • Meet the authors
  • Introduction: Why we have written this book
  • Chapter 1: The origins of Making Safeguarding Personal (MSP): from principles to practice
  • Chapter 2: Adopting a Making Safeguarding Personal (MSP) strengths-based approach in practice
  • Chapter 3: Risks and strengths assessment
  • Chapter 4: Safeguarding adults protection planning
  • Chapter 5: Safeguarding adults risk management
  • Chapter 6: Practitioner casework: critical review and evaluation tools
  • Taking it further
  • References
  • Chapter 1 | The origins of Making Safeguarding Personal (MSP): from principles to practice
  • Introduction
  • Background and developments
  • Changes to the practitioner role
  • Learning from Life case scenarios
  • Scenario one
  • JA
  • Scenario two
  • CD
  • The social work theory base
  • A strengths-based approach
  • Conclusion
  • Taking it further
  • References
  • Publications
  • Websites
  • Chapter 2 | Adopting a Making Safeguarding Personal (MSP) strengths-based approach in practice
  • Introduction
  • Inclusion and empowerment
  • The 'medical' model of disability
  • The 'social' model of disability
  • Active listening
  • The environment and time
  • Eye-contact and body language
  • Clarification and summarising
  • Professional curiosity
  • So, what is 'professional curiosity'?
  • Professional, reflective practice supervision
  • Learning from Life case scenarios
  • Initial MSP approach: scenario one
  • JA
  • JA's life story board
  • Further relevant information
  • Initial MSP approach: scenario two
  • CD
  • CD's life story board
  • Further relevant information
  • Learning from Life case scenarios: summary
  • Practice matters
  • Conclusion: overarching considerations in MSP
  • Taking it further
  • References
  • Publications
  • Websites
  • Chapter 3 | Risks and strengths assessment
  • Introduction
  • Legal literacy
  • Cognitive fluctuations, demotivation or impotence
  • A risks and strengths assessment model framework
  • Learning from Life case scenarios
  • Scenario one
  • JA
  • Scenario two
  • CD
  • Practice matters
  • Conclusion
  • Taking it further
  • References
  • Publications
  • Chapter 4 | Safeguarding adults protection planning
  • Introduction
  • Principles in care and support planning and protection plans
  • What good looks like in care and support planning
  • Learning from Life case scenarios
  • Scenario one
  • JA
  • Scenario two
  • CD
  • Practice matters
  • Taking it further
  • References
  • Publications
  • Websites
  • Chapter 5 | Safeguarding adults risk management
  • Introduction
  • Driving and restraining forces to consider when utilising a conceptual risks and strengths assessment model: a human perspectiv
  • Evolutionary perspective
  • Roles and goals
  • Survive or thrive?
  • Impact?
  • Topics for consideration and exploration
  • Inherent jurisdiction
  • Multi-agency risk management process