Community Care Live Children and Families Presentations



Young People in Care: Taking the Opportunities Offered by the White Paper
Andrew Rome

Robert Tapsfield – Care Matters: Challenges and Opportunities for Foster Care

Professor Jane Thoburn – Care Matters: Time for change – but let’s not re-invent the wheel

No Honour in Killing: Abuse, Forced Marriage and Domestic Violence
Detective Chief Inspector Gerry Campbell and Detective Constable Yvonne Roden – So Called Honour Based Violence – the MPS Perspective

Anna Hardy – Honour Abuse: The Victim’s Story

Foziha Raja – Violence and Abuse: Working with Women from BMER Communities

Supporting Families of Disabled Children
Louise Franklin – Every Disabled Child Matters

Ruth Marchant – Children with Complex Needs: Finding Ways to Listen


Parenting Classes: Cure-All or Diversion?
Dr Helen Barrett

Wellbeing: A New Approach to Helping Children
Dr Steve Killick – Emotional & Social Pathways to Wellbeing

Nic Marks – Measuring Young People’s Well-being



Department for Children, Schools and Families: Even Better Outcomes for Children Through Commissioning

Care Services Improvement Partnerships: Involving Children, Young People and Families in Commissioning of Services

Nottinghamshire Domestic Violence Forum: Raising Young People’s Awareness about Healthy Relationships and Domestic Violence


London Borough of Hackney: Reclaiming Social Work in Hackney

Carer UK Children’s Services: Achieving Every Child Matters Outcomes for Education in a Residential Care Setting

Hillcrest Care:
Fostering Partnership: A Positive Placement Strategy


St Helens Council – New Lives at Red Bank: Good Lives Model with Young People in a Residential Setting who have Sexually Abused

Department of Health – How Psychological Therapies Can Improve the Lives of Young People Affected by Mental Health Problems

Social Care Institute for Excellence – Developing Protocols to Support Disabled Parents and Their Children

General Social Care Council –
Children’s Social Workers – the Right Training for the Real Job

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