In this section you will find downloads of our publications, report and event materials.
Knowsley Council requested legal advice on the responsibility for meeting medication needs.
File name: Knowsley-Medication.pdf
File size: 280 KB
Top Tips for Supporting Working Carers has been produced by Think Local Act Personal in partnership with ADASS Yorkshire & Humberside, and ADASS North West Regions. The tips were developed collaboratively by participants at a series of workshops looking at good practice in supporting working carers.
File name: WorkingCarersTopTips-FINAL.pdf
File size: 521 KB
This project worked collaboratively across the Yorkshire & Humber and the North West regions with working carers, carers groups and centres, businesses, employer and employee representative organisations and health and social care partners.
File name: WorkingCarersReport-FINAL-.pdf
File size: 655 KB
Results of survey
File name: proposed-redesign-of-learning-disability-and-autistic-spectrum-disorder-services.pdf
File size: 10 KB
File name: NW-ADASS-Response-to-Select-Committee-Inquiry-on-Financial-Sustainability.pdf
File size: 379 KB
File name: NW-ADASS-Regional-Consultation-Response-Final-Submission-130217.pdf
File size: 233 KB
Trafford Council's review of home care provision with a specific focus on process and delayed transfer of care (DtoC)
File name: Trafford-Discharging-of-older-people-from-acute-hospitals.pdf
File size: 91 KB
Stockport Council's journey looking at how services can be delivered and money can be saved, without causing additional risk to vulnerable people.
File name: Stockport-Adult-Disability-Services.pdf
File size: 103 KB
Rochdale Adult Care took part in the Greater Manchester Social Work Academy Teaching Partnership “HUB Model” research project which aspires to create a genuine ongoing interface linking academics to social work practice.
File name: Rochdale-Are-We-Getting-it-Right-at-the-Front-Door.pdf
File size: 169 KB
One NW local authority agreed to share this fantastic example of how partners can work in new ways in order to support offenders. Details have been anonymised given the nature of the work.
File name: NW-Offender-Asset-Example-final.pdf
File size: 346 KB
Halton’s Rapid Clinical Assessment Team (RCAT) aim to support older people to remain at home during periods of acute illness, and prevent avoidable admissions to hospitals and the Accident and Emergency department.
File name: Halton-Rapid-Clinical-Assessment-Team.pdf
File size: 165 KB
Halton council's single electronic assessment approach. This holistic and person centred approach is used across all discharge pathways to commission services including: Intermediate Care, Reablement, Care Packages, and 24hr care placements.
File name: Halton-Hospital-Discharge.pdf
File size: 88 KB