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@NICEComms
5 hours ago
NICE project manager Ciara Cook outlines our work to develop a multi-agency advisory service for artificial intelli… https://t.co/KuU304GVbK
External news
1 week ago

‘It is good to know that I’ve got someone to hold my hand through new pieces of work’

Attending your first court hearing or knowing how best to support a victim of child abuse can be a nerve-racking experience for some newly qualified social workers But having the support of an in-house specialist team of social workers dedicated...
@nyccjobs
5 hours ago
The North Yorkshire Safeguarding Children Partnership has an exciting opportunity for a Leadership Support Officer… https://t.co/mE8i9tyO1k
External news
1 week ago

‘It is good to know that I’ve got someone to hold my hand through new pieces of work’

Attending your first court hearing or knowing how best to support a victim of child abuse can be a nerve-racking experience for some newly qualified social workers But having the support of an in-house specialist team of social workers dedicated...
@CareLeavers
5 hours ago
@StafScot @JimGoddard1 We stocked up at m&s with gluten free goods before leaving Sheffield, another 3 hours on our train !
External news
1 week ago

An Open Letter to John Lewis

Nicola who leads TACT Connect our care-experienced community has shared her thoughts on this year's John Lewis Christmas advert in Read more...
@hscwru
5 hours ago
RT @psalkovskis: Enjoyed this! Thanks for including me.
External news
1 week ago

Council’s lack of social workers and demand spike led to delays in children receiving help, finds Ofsted

A lack of social work capacity high staff turnover and a spike in demand led to delays in children receiving help and protection at Stockton-on-Tees council Ofsted found in its latest visit to the authority In a probe in September...
@NSPCC
5 hours ago
@MuMster74 Hi, if you have concerns for a child, please contact the NSPCC via email [email protected] or via teleph… https://t.co/Tc3k5bHxug
External news
1 week ago

The feelings of living in poverty and depending on social assistance: An exploratory study on gender differences in Dibao families in China

International Social Work Ahead of Print lt br gt Little is known about the differences in feelings of poverty and social assistance receipt among the different genders of heads of Chinese Dibao families This article makes a preliminary analysis of the feelings of Chinese female heads of Dibao families about living in poverty and depending on social assistance and compares them with those of male heads It finds that there are gender differences in the...
@educationgovuk
5 hours ago
As we countdown to #SmallBizSatUK this weekend, we’ve launched our Small Medium Enterprises (SME) Action Plan 2022-… https://t.co/AtCGRR9D2v
External news
1 week ago

‘Why child protection policies on bruising to babies need to change’

By Andy Bilson In a recent report the Child Safeguarding Practice Review Panel the panel asked safeguarding partners to review their policies on bruising in non-mobile infants to check for consistency with the evidence base and national guidelines The panel...
@cypnow
5 hours ago
RT @EmilyLHarle: Professor Anthony Finkelstein @profserious of @UoLondon, and member of Care Review Implementation Board says the applicati…
External news
1 week ago

Experienced Social Workers (Children’s)

https jobs communitycare co uk job experienced-social-workers-children-s-apply-now...
@cypnow
5 hours ago
In pictures: CYP Now Awards 2022 Our wonderful photographer Colin Miller captured the night of celebration as the… https://t.co/IreCdEiVhF
External news
1 week ago

AMHP and approved mental capacity professional training standards finalised

Social Work England has finalised training standards for approved mental health professionals AMHPs and the new role of approved mental capacity professional AMCP following consultation The social work regulator made minor changes to its draft proposals for each set of...
@YorkSCP
5 hours ago
Follow all the #CYSCP latest news, our webpage is updated regularly with what’s new locally and regionally in Child… https://t.co/ToCjDS8PTd
External news
1 week ago

Almost all councils lack funding to meet adult care costs this winter, warn directors

Almost all councils lack the funding or the workforce to meet adult social care costs this winter their directors have warned Ninety four per cent of directors disagreed that they had sufficient money to fund care over the coming months...
@AoCPPtweet
5 hours ago
Today, we're giving you 50% off our annual memberships when you use the code CyberM50 at checkout. Whether you're… https://t.co/wOSwRS7m4U
External news
2 weeks ago

Agency social work to be banned in Northern Ireland trusts next year

Northern Ireland's health and social care HSC trusts will have to stop using agency social workers from next June its Department of Health DoH has said Staff working through agencies at the trusts which deliver statutory social services in the...