Strengths-Based Approaches: Practice Framework and Handbook (DHSC / SCIE)

Summary

The Department for Health and Social Care, with support from SCIE, has released resources designed to help social workers / social care professionals to apply “strengths-based” approaches in their work with adults.

“Strengths-based practice is a collaborative process between the person supported by services and those supporting them, allowing them to work together to determine an outcome that draws on the person’s strengths and assets”.

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Reference

Strengths-based approach: practice framework and practice handbook. London: Department for Health and Social Care, February 12th 2019.

There was an earlier 2017 report.

“Working in a collaborative way promotes the opportunity for individuals to be co-producers of services and support rather than solely consumers of those services”.

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Reference

Strengths-based social work practice with adults. London: Department for Health, July 2017.

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