It is vitally important that people who have a disability or sensory loss should get information in a way they can access and understand. This section of the ASP practitioner pages contains links, tools and materials that you can use to explain the ASP process to adults who need it in accessible formats. It also contains some links to accessible materials aimed at prevention and the general health and wellbeing for adults.
If you have suggestions or resources you think would be good to have on this page please get in touch with the ASP Lead Officer/Coordinator in your area.
Easy read and accessible materials outlining the ASP Journey
Adult Support and Protection Act Part 1 – Easy Read Guide
Transform Toolkit – Improving Support for people Experiencing Domestic Abuse with Learning Disabilities
Self-Referral to a Sexual Assault Response Coordination Service (SARCS) – Where to get support if you have recently been raped or sexually assaulted
Adult Support and Protection British Sign Language Video
Easy read and accessible materials aimed at prevention and the general health and wellbeing for adults
Cervical screening for women with a learning disability – video
Tricky Friends Short Animation – video
Staying Safe Out and About – Foundations for people with learning disabilities
What is Domestic Abuse – Easy Read
Mind My Experience- The Victim Support Scotland Language Guide
ReSPECT: Easy read information for patients, parents, partners and families
DNACPR Checklist Easy Read