This is the Restitute Assessment Area where we find out what’s working for you, what we might be able to help with and what’s a priority for you. It’s your assessment, there are no right or wrong answers and no expectations.
All the information you provide is secure and confidential. The only exception is if you tell us anything that suggests a safeguarding concern. That means if we are concerned that either you or another person is in danger, we have a legal duty to report those concerns.
Once you’ve decided that you want to work with Restitute, we’ll ask you to sign a consent letter that tells us how and when we are allowed to talk to other agencies and providers about you. It might be that you don’t want us to talk to anyone about you – and that’s fine – we can still give you all the information and then you can contact people yourself.
We will use the information you provide to work out an action plan with you to help to start to improve your life, find out about opportunities and decide what’s important.
We don’t have to look at every element of your life – some areas might be working fine or you might not want to talk about some things yet. Some areas may be important but others are urgent. It’s up to you to decide where to start, not us but it’s probably a good idea to work through all the forms that are relevant to you, so you get a fully rounded picture of where you are.
At that point, we’ll make an action plan and look at each area you’ve identified to make changes or improvements. It may simply be that you want someone to keep you on track and to chat to about progress or setbacks. We’ll work on each issue to start with for six weeks. Then we’ll look at how that’s worked and whether it’s made a positive difference. If you’re happy that there are lasting changes that you think you can sustain, then we’ll move onto the next thing. If we need to spend another six weeks, then that’s what we’ll do. You’re in control – it’s your plan, your life and your priorities.
At the end of each action, we’ll ask you to take the assessment for that area again (as well as the well-being one) to see what’s changed.
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