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[PUBLICATIONS] Promoting resilience in children, young people and families: Frontline Briefing (2014)

Frontline resources
Published: April 2014

First published in 2011 and updated in 2014, this briefing is for frontline practitioners across wider children's services. It aims to identify the processes that can help promote and enhance resilience in children, young people and their families, and suggest some evidence-infor

[PUBLICATIONS] Promoting resilience in children, young people and families: A3 chart (2011)

Frontline resources
Published: February 2011

This chart presents a table of threats, assets and interventions for children and young people at different stages of development in relation to resilience. Number of pages: 2 Product code: CH-FBT-004

[PUBLICATIONS] Promoting resilience in children, young people and families: Chart (2011)

Frontline resources
Published: February 2011

This leaflet presents a table of threats, assets and interventions for children and young people at different stages of development in relation to resilience. Number of pages: 2 Product code: CH-FBT-003

[PUBLICATIONS] Child development: Chart (2010)

Frontline resources
Published: January 2010

This chart accompanies the Frontline briefing: Child development. It shows the ages at which key developmental milestones and stages typically occur, looking at developmental, cognitive and psychosocial aspects. The chart will help practitioners assess whether there may be ground

[PUBLICATIONS] Child development: Frontline Briefing (2010)

Frontline resources
Published: March 2010

This briefing is for frontline practitioners and covers key aspects of child development, focusing on a child's first eleven years. Knowing what is ‘normal’ supports effective assessment of need or risk, whilst understanding what can help to support growth and development en

[PUBLICATIONS] The impact of parental substance misuse on child development: Frontline Briefing (2013)

Frontline resources
Published: November 2013

This briefing examines the degree to which parental substance misuse (PSM) can affect children’s physical and emotional welfare at a range of levels. Aimed at: Frontline practitioners working across Children’s Services. Number of pages: 16 Preview available. Product

[PUBLICATIONS] The impact of parental substance misuse on child development: Chart (2013)

Frontline resources
Published: November 2013

This chart accompanies a frontline briefing which examines the degree to which parental substance misuse (PSM) can affect children’s physical and emotional welfare at a range of levels. Whilst there is no suggestion that all children of parents who misuse substances are aut

[PUBLICATIONS] Risk-taking adolescents and child protection: Strategic Briefing (2014)

Strategic Briefings
Published: January 2014

This briefing is intended to support strategic managers, frontline teams and practitioners. It begins by looking at the concept of ‘risk-taking’ and goes on to outline some recent research on developmental aspects of adolescence. Practice points and emerging practice examples

[PUBLICATIONS] Children and young people with harmful sexual behaviours: Executive Summary (2014)

Research reviews and summaries
Published: March 2014

This executive summary of the full Research Review, published May 2014, is concerned with children and young people who commit acts of sexual abuse or who harm others as a result of their sexual behaviours. Number of pages: 8 Preview available. Product code: CH-EXS-001

[PUBLICATIONS] Children and young people with harmful sexual behaviours: Research Review (2014)

Research reviews and summaries
Published: June 2014

This review on children and young people with harmful sexual behaviours deals with an issue that presents significant challenge to the sector. The findings of the review provide much needed evidence on what we know about effective interventions and the core elements of a good ser
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