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[PUBLICATIONS] Supporting personalised approaches for children and young people with SEN and disabilities, and their families: Leaders' Briefing (2013)

Leaders' Briefings
Published: August 2013

This briefing for Councillors sets out what is needed to support personalised approaches that are more responsive to individual needs. It draws on research evidence and learning from practice to look at collaboration between services, involving children and families, budgets and

[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] Engaging resistant, challenging and complex families: Strategic Briefing (2012)

Strategic Briefings
Published: November 2012

This briefing considers the dual issues of families’ perceived ‘resistance’, and problems of service design and delivery that make services inaccessible or unattractive to engage with. It looks at what causes families to seemingly ‘resist’, organisat

[PUBLICATIONS] Stability of placements of looked after children: number of moves: Leaders' Briefing (2008)

Strategic Briefings
Published: April 2008

Please note that this has not been updated since it was published.This briefing, aimed at commissioners and managers, brings together relevant research findings and local practice that have been shown to contribute to improving placement stability of looked after children. It cov

[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] 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] That Difficult Age: Developing a more effective response to risks in adolescence: Evidence Scope (2015)

Evidence Scopes
Published: November 2014

This is an open access resource.Looking at the serious and negative risks that face some adolescents in the UK today, focusing on neglect, running away, sexual exploitation and offending. Considered together, common themes can be drawn out to inform a distinctive adolescent-centr
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