Working effectively with men in families – including fathers in children's social care: Frontline Briefing (2017)
This briefing focuses on including and working with fathers where children’s welfare or safety is a concern, and the practice issues raised by domestic abuse.
In particular, it reflects on practice messages from research in relation to three inter-related areas:
- Early intervention
- Family support
- Child protection
The briefing should be read alongside the accompanying Frontline Tool: Working effectively with men in families – practice pointers for including fathers in children’s social care – where suggestions for practice are set out more extensively.
Aimed at: Child and family social workers and their frontline managers.
Number of pages: 20
Product code: CH-FBR-010
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