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Professor Eileen Munro shares key messages from You Can't Grow Roses In Concrete, the report on Munro, Turnell and Murphy's (MTM) Innovation Programme project. MTM worked with ten local authorities to implement the Signs of Safety framework. This webinar explores the factors that
Understanding how inequalities affect children and families helps to build an 'inequalities imagination' - which, some researchers say, is a fundamental component of resilience-based approaches and responses. This webinar introduces Angie Hart and Kim Aumann's Frontline Briefing
Supporting transition from Children’s to Adults’ Services for young people using health or social care services
The involvement of young people with SEND and their families is crucial to developing and maintaining effective support when planning for adulthood.
The aims of reflective supervision are to support practitioners' awareness of how their values and experiences mediate their practice; to facilitate critical thinking and analysis of case information and to build practitioners' emotional resilience for demanding work with childre