Strengths-based (or asset-based) approaches focus on individuals’ strengths (including personal strengths and social and community networks) and not on their deficits. Strengths-based practice is holistic and multidisciplinary and works with the individual to promote their wellbeing. It is outcomes led and not services led. These resources describe how SBAs work in a variety of interventions and settings and provides information on how to enable and implement SBAs.

Webinar: Leading strengths-based practice - New insights and learning

This webinar explores the role of leaders of strengths-based approaches to care and support, drawing on a new SCIE briefing which we will publish following the webinar; and lessons from the Birmingham University / SCIE Leadership Programme.
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Strengths-based approach training course