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Trigger Tool Resources

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Staying safe at home

Information and advice: 

Staying safe at home (Security, Fire safety, Scams and nuisance calls)

Looking after yourself (Personal care, Keeping warm in winter, Eating, Preventing falls)

Money Matters (Benefits, Local welfare assistance – including Fuel hardship, Emergency food and Debt advice)

Protecting adults at risk (What is abuse, how to report it, independent support)

Domestic Abuse  (How to recognise , where to find help)

Suicide prevention (Understanding suicidal feelings, where to get help, how to help someone else)

Useful links

Supporting independence

Information and advice: 

Top tips for staying independent (Multiple topics including Get online, Embrace technology)

House, garden and pet care 

Equipment and adaptations (Equipment around the house, Care technology, Mobility equipment, Occupational therapy)

Useful links

Carers

Information and advice: 

Carers page (Support and advice, Breaks and emergency help, Moving and handling, Financial support for carers)

Further information

Connect to Support Hampshire flyers

If you would like to order some flyers to leave with clients, please email connectsupport@hants.gov.uk

Further learning

Now that you have completed the Trigger Tool e-learning, we would recommend that you continue to develop your knowledge and skills by doing the Making Every Contact Count (MECC) e-learning course. The MECC e-learning programme is designed to support learners in developing an understanding of public health and the factors that impact on a person’s health and wellbeing. It focuses on how asking questions and listening effectively to people is a vital role for us all.

If you are worried about an older person who is not drinking enough, this easy to follow e-learning course on Hydration in Older People has some useful advice and tips. (N.B. Just click on 'Play' and then 'Continue'. You do not need to register or log in).



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