Tool Kits

 

Tool kits have been developed by the Westminster Rough Sleeping Team and the HHCP to provide advice around specific areas.

Austism and Homeleness Tool Kit.   

The Autism and Homelessness toolkit draws on the expertise of people with lived experience, charities, professional and academic researchers. It describes what autism is, how to recognise it, and how to work effectively with people who are known to be autistic or who staff think could be autistic.

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Case Conference Tool Kit.

The aim of the case conference tool kit is to provide advice around when it is appropriate to organise a multi-disciplinary case conference and provide guidance on how to run a case conference and promote the use of multi-disciplinary case conferences, particularly for clients in the accommodation pathway but struggling in their move away from the streets and recovery.

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Social services Tool Kit.

The aim of the social service referral tool kit is to provide guidance around when and how to make a social services referral in relation to the Care Act 2014 guidelines. 

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Memory Services Tool Kit

The aim of the memory services toolkit is to provide guidance around dementia types, signs of memory loss, assessment pathways and ways to support a person with memory problems.

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GP Registration Tool Kit

The aim of the GP registration tool kit is to promote awareness of challenges clients may face when trying to access a GP and guidance on how to complain about services.

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Self-care toolkit for frontline workers

The aim of the self-care toolkit is to describe how a client’s behaviour can impact staff members, provide information about compassion fatigue so staff can recognise it and provide a list of self-care method examples that could be reduced to help.

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Working with suicidal clients Tool Kit

The aim of this toolkit is to raise awareness of the signs of suicide, suggest ways to listen and learn, provide guidance to suicidal client and provide information on how to create a suicide safety plan.

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Brain injury Tool Kit - June 2018

This Toolkit is primarily aimed at staff and organisations working directly with people affected by street homelessness in Westminster, Hammersmith and Fulham and Kensington and Chelsea, but the information it contains may be helpful to anyone with an interest in the issue.

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Responding to people who have experienced trauma.

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Supporting staff when a client dies Tool Kit

This Toolkit aims to explain how grief manifests, suggests systems that can be put in place, provides contact details of support services and a check list of tasks that need to be completed after a client passes away.

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