Working effectively with men in families – practice pointers for including fathers in children's social care: Frontline Tool (2017)
'Fathers in child protection are rarely either "all bad" or "all good". Fathers are important to children, and (like mothers) most present a combination of positive and negative factors. Men and social workers need to recognise and work with this so that, wherever possible, children can stay safe and be involved with their fathers.' (Brandon et al, 2017)
This tool sets out key practice pointers to help include fathers in children’s social care and should be read alongside the accompanying Frontline Briefing: Working effectively with men in families – including fathers in children’s social care.
Aimed at: Child and family social workers and their frontline managers.
Number of pages: 12
Product code: CH-FBT-017
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