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[PUBLICATIONS] Frontline: Communicating effectively with children under 5 (Tool)

Frontline resources
Published: March 2013

This tool accompanies the Frontline Briefing: Communicating effectively with children under five. It provides suggestions for a 'toolkit' of communication methods, how they can be used and how they can inform assessment. Number of pages: 2Product code: CH-FBT-006

[PUBLICATIONS] Child sexual exploitation: Practice Tool (2017) (open access)

Practice Tools and Guides
Published: February 2017

This is an open access resource.This work was commissioned by the Department for Education (DfE) and is the original text from which the summary document ‘Tackling child sexual exploitation: Advice for Professionals’ has been drawn. The document outlines the new civi

[PUBLICATIONS] Online abuse - recognition and response: Tips and links: Frontline Tool

Frontline resources
Published: December 2017

These tips and links accompany the full Frontline Briefing Online child abuse. See - www.rip.org.uk/online-abuse Online abuse is any type of abuse that happens on the web, whether through social networks, playing online games or using mobile phones. Children and young people may

[PUBLICATIONS] Communicating effectively with children under 5: A3 chart (2013)

Frontline resources
Published: March 2013

This chart briefly summarises some of the approaches and tools that a practitioner can draw on to communicate effectively with children under five. It also looks at how these might be used to inform an assessment. Number of pages: 2<br/ >Product code: CH-FBT-007

[PUBLICATIONS] Communicating effectively with children under 5: Frontline Briefing: (2013)

Frontline resources
Published: March 2013

This briefing is for frontline practitioners across Children's Services. It offers research findings on why communicating with children under five is so important, how this can be done effectively and what the barriers are.

[PUBLICATIONS] Supporting emotional resilience within social workers: Practice Tool (2014)

Practice Tools and Guides
Published: March 2014

This resource explores the concept of emotional resilience and how this can be promoted and supported within social workers in order to improve practice and service delivery. It discusses: what emotional resilience is social work and emotional resilience how teams can develop em

[PUBLICATIONS] Embedding the Voice of Children and Young People in Service Evaluation: Evaluation Tool (2014)

Evaluation Tools and Guides
Published: April 2014

This Guide introduces commissioners, service managers and practitioners to some of the key principles of including the voice of children and young people in service evaluation. It outlines why this is important, builds on established theory and practice, and looks at different ap

[PUBLICATIONS] Confident practice with cultural diversity: Frontline Briefing (2015)

Frontline resources
Published: July 2015

Several Serious Case Reviews have highlighted the need to challenge subjective stereotypes and assumptions. This briefing focuses on how we can develop confidence in talking about cultural difference and cultural practice with parents, carers, children, young people and the wider

[PUBLICATIONS] Working Effectively to Address Child Sexual Exploitation: Evidence Scope (2017)

Evidence Scopes
Published: October 2017

Protecting children and young people from sexual exploitation is a challenging area of practice across all sectors, including health, education, the police and third sector organisations, as well as social care and social work. This Evidence Scope aims to support local areas in

[PUBLICATIONS] Impact of the Family Justice Reforms Phase 3: Exploring variation across 21 local authorities (2016)

Evidence Scopes
Published: May 2015

This study builds on two previous research projects that explored the impact of the family justice reforms on frontline practice. The report draws on the views of professionals in 21 local authorities across 15 Local Family Justice Boards. It provides evidence on factors which ma
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