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Pre-birth assessments are an area of practice that can raise profound ethical and professional challenges.
Assessing parenting before the birth of a child requires a very clear framework for understanding parenting, and great care has to be taken as to what is considered ‘evidence’ in the assessment process.
This webinar will cover:
• An overview of the research and policy-based literature that is relevant to pre-birth assessments;
• A conceptual framework for undertaking pre-birth assessment with families in these circumstances;
• The meaning of child centred practice in pre-birth assessments;
• An understanding of how we can practice in both a humane and strengths-based manner that promotes parenting capacity and partnership practice with families in pre-birth assessments;
• Key inter agency issues and how we can work ef- fectively as multi–disciplinary groups of professionals to promote positive outcomes in
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This training course has been developed in order to provide Wandsworth Councils Children’s Social Services staff with a firm theoretical and practical understanding of Mosaic navigation, administration and Workflow functions, as well as Wandsworth Councils Mosaic recording standards.Essential Information
This course will focus particularly on the experiences of adolescents as victims and as perpetrators of violence against women and girls, with the inclusion of the following key issues:
It only takes a few hours to learn how to use Mind Of My Own apps effectively in your practice.
The MOMO apps will be for all children across safeguarding and children looked after. Its an app based communication tool to enable the voice of the child to be heard and recorded. It’s a great way for children to communicate into key meetings too.
Mind Of My Own apps makes the process easier, quicker and more engaging.
Mind Of My Own apps save you time by creating a clear statement of the young person’s views that’s easy for you and others to understand. You can attach these statements to their case file instead of spending time writing up what they said.
The experience of using Mind Of My Own apps with you will give your young people more confidence to speak up, attend meetings and articulate problems.
There are two features – the One app and Express.
The One app helps young people communicate their views in a way that suits them. Young people create an account on the One app and once signed up, they can use it on their own anytime, 24/7. The One app helps young people prepare for any upcoming meetings they have, report problems, share good news, and more!
Express is an accessible app for younger children and those with additional needs to express their views. As a worker, you can create a one page profile in minutes!
This event is for Designated Teachers for Looked After Children, Safeguarding Leads in primary, secondary and special schools
Focus will be:-
• Trauma informed schools practice – exploring how schools are meeting the needs of vulnerable learners
• Children in Need pilot – update on 1 year pilot project aimed at narrowing the gap for children in need
• Recovery from Covid – exploring what the impact may have been for looked after children and what support schools can access to progress forward
• Personal Education Plans – sharing of information required to inform meetings
Neglect is a key feature in many families who safeguarding professionals work with and yet it is hard for professionals who are involved to create successful interventions to be analytical about neglect and challenge professional thinking about neglect.Essential Information
Working with child sexual abuse is complex for professionals as this type of abuse takes place in a world of secrecy. In practice it can be hard to know how to help and support children who may be and are being sexually abused. The material used in this course will support practitioners working with this complexity and help them think and plan how to support children and young people. The subject of child sexual abuse is sensitive and can be upsetting.The material used in the training will reflects this. This will not be a basic course on working with CSA but will consider the complexity of working with children and YP, the role of the perpetrator and working with mothers who may have difficulty in accepting and believing the abuse.Essential Information
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