Procedures, Practice Guidance and Tools for Adult Social Care

Our procedures, practice guidance and tools embed personalisation and strengths based practice, supporting Local Authority practitioners to make effective and consistent decisions in line with the Care Act and other key legislation.

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Procedures, Practice Guidance and Tools for Adult Social Care


Key benefits to practitioners 

Designed specifically to meet the needs of practitioners working in local authorities, our online procedures, practice guidance and tools: 

  • Are accessible, user friendly and well structured
  • Are relevant and helpful to a range of direct practice situations
  • Make sense of complex legislation and statutory requirements in a practical way
  • Reflect the needs of practitioners across the full range of adult social care
  • Provide practical support with a range of exclusive tools and guidance-tried and tested by practitioners and adults with care and support needs
  • Promote a personalised approach to practice
  • Make best use of available technology, including flexible content management, 24 hour and mobile access
  • Provide access to a range of trusted tri.x resources, including a comprehensive glossary

Key benefits to local authorities

  • No need to worry about updating procedures in relation to legislation and case law-leave that to our experts
  • More time to focus on improving local processes and practice
  • Creates a culture of autonomous, confident practitioners
  • Frees up managers time to develop services or take on projects
  • Compliments and enhances internal training, supervision and continuous professional development
  • Increases adult social care team ownership of procedures and local resources
  • Best practice becomes consistent across all services
  • Reduces the risk of challenges, complaints and judicial review
  • Robust archiving-easy to retrieve older versions if required

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Click here - Procedures, Practice Guidance and Tools for Adult Social Care 

Practice guidance and tools include our Mental Capacity Act 2005 Resource and Practice Toolkit, a range of exclusive tri.x tools to support best practice, and access to briefings. Use the links below to access further information and examples.

Mental Capacity Act 2005 Resource and Practice Toolkit Briefings
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 The development process

Your development will typically take place over a 16-20 week period and we always begin by understanding your requirements, objectives and the way in which your adult social care services are structured. The process outlined below will be project managed by one of our dedicated lead consultants, who will keep things on track to minimise the demand on local resources and make your development as straightforward as possible.

Giving you peace of mind

Our procedures have helped us to ensure the safety of staff and those we work with. We are the market leader and the only provider offering a complete content creation, updating, hosting and archiving procedures service within the social care sector.

Find out why we are the UK's leading provider

What do our customers think?

"A good set of procedures provide the users of our service a set of standards which they can hold us to account on"

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Frequently Asked Questions...

There are 3 and 5 year contracts available.

The procedures, practice guidance and tools is competitively priced, but the cost can vary based on your specific requirements, so please talk to us about this.

If a 5 year contract is agreed there is the option to divide the total cost into 5 equal payments across the term of the contract.

It typically takes around 4 months from the date of the initial development meeting to the development of a draft site, with a further 4 weeks for testing and review before going LIVE.

A comprehensive Content Management System (CMS) electronically files all of your local documents. Based on your requirements, links are then made from specific procedures to the different areas of the CMS, creating a seamless integration of the 2 platforms.

Our Editorial Board meets regularly to review changes to legislation, case law and best practice and consider the best way to integrate them into the procedures. Opportunities for planned updates to procedures are provided twice yearly.

A complete copy of every version of your procedures is archived and can be easily accessed whenever you may need it.

The Mental Capacity Act at your fingertips...


The Mental Capacity Act 2005 Resource and Practice Toolkit

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This FREE online resource supports health and social care practitioners to understand the statutory principles of the Act and practice confidently when supporting people to make decisions, assessing mental capacity and determining best interests.

Included in this live resource are a range of bespoke tools developed with practitioners to support the most complex decision making.

Use the link below to access 'the most comprehensive FREE resource available'.

Access the Mental Capacity Act 2005 Resource and Practice Toolkit here

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Combining expertise through training, consultancy, procedures and direct work to improve the lives of vulnerable children and adults.