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12 Jul 2016
The Triennial Analysis of Serious Case Reviews 2011-14 aims to 'provide evidence of the key issues and challenges in cases where children have died, or been seriously harmed and th...
Drawing on their Nuffield Foundation funded research on Siblings, contact and the law, Daniel Monk and Jan Macvarish have co-authored a Frontline briefing, designed to support evidence-informed social work practice in the family court. In this Webinar the authors will introduce the resource and share ideas about how and where to use the materials.
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Designed for: Frontline practitioners and team managers working in the family justice system
Arietta Slade introduces and discusses the administration of the Pregnancy Interview, which is a semi-structured clinical interview, administered late in the second or during the third trimester, developed to assess the mother’s capacity to reflect on her emotional experience of pregnancy and the quality of her representation of her relationship with her unborn child. The aim is to explore how the Pregnancy Interview may be integrated into local pre-birth assessment practice.
Ground-breaking research led by Paul Bywaters is providing clear evidence of systemic inequities – in the scale of funding cuts to Children's Services, in child protection intervention rates and the relationship between poverty, inequality and child neglect.
The findings from this research have led to the development of an app designed to enable practitioners and managers to engage with information in their local context. In this recorded webinar, Calum Webb demonstrates how the app can be used to interrogate data.
Public awareness of young people’s exploitation mainly concerns the abuse of girls by older men, whereas adolescent boys can be perceived as a threat in relation to gang involvement. The experiences of boys and young men as both ‘perpetrator’ and ‘victim’ of abuse raises challenges for practice systems and responses designed in binary terms. What does practice, policy and research tell us are good approaches and how can we apply this learning in practice?
This session will focus on the risks and experiences of exploitation of boys and young men, highlighting the importance of a holistic engagement and looking beyond stereotypes.
Designed for: Frontline practitioners and team managers working with adolescents in children’s and youth services.
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This one-hour webinar provides an introduction to strengths-based approaches, and in particular Appreciative Inquiry, and how they can be used effectively to support relationships with children & young people. Aimed predominantly at foster carers, the webinar explores inclusive ways of recording day-to-day interactions to ensure a child focussed, “what is working well” view as its core principle. The webinar has a mix of theory and practical applications but primarily focuses on how carers can use a more Appreciative Inquiry focused approach in their everyday care for children & young people.
Designed for: Foster carers, Supervising social workers
Note: This webinar was commissioned by RiP Partner, TACT, who requested that the webinar be available to the wider RiP network.