This toolkit has been designed to empower you to better support older people living with frailty to maintain their independence. There are all kinds of ways that this toolkit aims to do this. From in depth, background research leading to our frailty fulcrum in the learning zone, to practical tools for use on the job in the enabling zone. The toolkit also brings to life these principles around frailty, supporting independence and improving quality of life through a series of Case Studies. These provide real examples of supported self-care in action.
These are just a few of the many ways this toolkit can help you support older people with frailty to maintain their independence.
Using the Toolkit
We have tried to make this toolkit as easy as possible to use.
You will always have access to the main menu by tapping the menu icon in the top left corner of your screen. From here you can access any of the content from across the Toolkit.
In the top right corner is the search function. If you can’t find a piece of content in the menu, just go here and search for anything to do with that piece of content. Be as specific as you can but its pretty whizzy so will quickly find what you’re looking for.
Finally, we wanted this toolkit to be more than just somewhere you go to do your job; we hope you find it interesting! Explore the Toolkit. There is a LOT to see and hear…
Keep coming back. We will continue to make improvements and add new content.
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Information collection and use
The majority of the Frailty Toolkit is only available to registered users who are required to login to access the resources. A limited amount of personal information is required to provide and validate logins (name and email) and this information is stored in the website databases. The storage and use of the limited personal information required for login is considered a legitimate interest under General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), as it is the use of people’s data in ways they would reasonably expect and has minimal privacy impact. Users can, however, request that their access to the Frailty Toolkit is stopped and all personal information deleted.
Users also have the option to add additional information to “My Profile” which is also stored in the databases. User updating their profile or providing optional information are consenting to provide this information.
We use our records of the pages users have visited on this site to analyse trends, administer the site and track users’ movements. For posts and pages accessed by users whilst logged in, this information can be linked to the individual user via their user name. For visitors without a login or users who have not logged in, the records do not contain any personal information about users.
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