Who are likely to need information and advice?
People who are likely to need information and advice include, but are not limited to: People (and/or carers) who may have developed Care and Support needs (or Support needs), or whose current Care and Support needs (or support needs) may have become greater;
Why is the provision of information and advice important?
Providing Information and Advice 1. Why the Provision of Good Information and Advice is Important Information and advice services enable people, carers and families to take control of, and make well-informed choices about their Care and Support and how they fund it.
How to provide information and advice and information content?
How to Provide Information and Advice Advice and information content should, where possible, be provided in the manner preferred by the person requesting it. This is what the term ‘accessible’ means and also demonstrates consideration for the person’s wishes (one of the things the Local Authority must have regard to in order to promote wellbeing).
What is the definition of information advice and guidance?
Information, Advice and Guidance (IAG) Definitions: Information – refers to the provision of factual information relating to learning and careers, but without exploring the relative merits of different options. Information can be imparted verbally by an advisor or by printed material, and the internet.
What are the resources you need to solve a problem?
Your resources may include time, money, effort, travel, etc. If solving the problem is a top priority, you may need to allocate more resources toward solving the problem than you otherwise would. Think about what resources you have that you can give toward solving your problem.
How to find a solution to a problem?
Ask each person on the team for three problems that you can fix to make their lives easier. If you haven’t done this before, it may take a while before they take you seriously, but you’ll get there.
What’s the best way to fix a problem?
Fix the right problem. Think like a doctor. You wouldn’t be happy if your doctor gave you stomach medicine for a heart condition. In business, though, we often fix the wrong problem. For example, when sales are low, we push the salespeople. Most likely, they’re already doing a good job, and the problem is in marketing.
How to find the cause of a problem?
Remember: The cause of a problem is almost never where the symptom shows up. Find the cause and fix it; you can’t fix a symptom. 3. If the problem comes back, find out why, and fix it. Say you have some defective parts in your products.