New Evidence Review on 21st century social work with families with disabled children and young people

30 April 2018

21st century social work with families with disabled children and young people: Evidence Review      Research in Practice (RiP) has released its latest publication - 21st century social work with families with disabled children and young people: Evidence Review

The new publication examines the latest practice, policy and evidence. The review has five chapters, covering the following topics:

  • Messages from Innovation Programme projects.
  • Participation and co-production with disabled children and young people.
  • Transition to adulthood.
  • Safeguarding and child protection of disabled children and young people.
  • A case study on working together for disabled children in Birmingham.

The authors are experts, from a range of backgrounds and professions, who share a passion and abiding commitment to working with and for disabled children, young people and their families.

Susannah Bowyer, Assistant Director of Research in Practice says:

'We are delighted to publish this review, focusing on an often overlooked area of social work practice, which brings together learning from research, policy and practice on working with disabled children, young people and their families.'

The publication is aimed at strategic leaders in this field, social work managers and practitioners working to support children and young people with SEND and/or disabilities.

View the Evidence Review.

Read the 21st century social work with children and young people with disabilities blog.

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