Self-directed Support training guides

C
hildren and Families

This module aims to support delegates gain greater understanding of how they should interpret their 2013 Act duties in relation to the wider or “core” duties under the 1995 Act. It offers an opportunity to gain a further understanding of the wider context of Self-directed Support and its impact on practice as well as providing time to share and discuss experiences, identifying creative and innovative ways of working with children, young people and their families.

The course will provide opportunity to reflect on the benefits of using a Self-directed Support approach when safeguarding and promoting the well-being of children and young people.

Course Time: This course will take 3.5 hours to deliver

To deliver the course you will need to download the following materiels:

Course outline
PowerPoint presentation
Faciliatator notes
Rachel's story

The 4 options hand outs
1) Direct payments
2) Directing the available support
3) The local authority arrangement of support
4) Mix and Match

Other modules in the series: