Robin Miller and Catherine Mangan share their tips following the launch of exclusive training materials on Community Care Inform Adults
Dispatches programme to raise concerns over special guardianship orders, high social worker caseloads and lack of supervision for staff
'Damned', which was piloted last year on Sky, will feature two social workers 'swimming against a tide of bureaucracy and pedantry'
The quality of child protection investigations were also found to be 'variable'
The government's new legislation promises an overhaul of social work. What does it mean for frontline staff?
Editorial: The Children and Social Work Bill marks a radical overhaul of social work. It demands proper critique.
The Children and Social Work Bill shows the government’s determination to make social work a politically-controlled profession
Children and Social Work Bill also links ‘social worker discipline’ to fitness-to-practise proceedings
Measures in Children and Social Work Bill will allow government to ‘test new ways of working’ by granting councils opt out from certain statutory duties
BASW raises concerns over move, warning standards must be independent of short-term government priorities
Unfunded cost pressures leave providers no choice but to rely on self-funders to avoid care home closures and job losses, writes Jane Townson
Andy Elvin argues measures in the new Children and Social Work Bill might address things children and social workers have needed for a while
Greater Manchester Police is urging anyone with information about the shooting to come forward
Undercover: Inside Britain's children's services will air on Thursday 26 May
£1.5 million will be made available to recruit more frontline social workers and managers at an 'inadequate' council
We must stamp out fear and make staff morale a priority, writes Roger Price