The latest social work news, updates, and events including what’s happening in the world of children’s social work.
When Heather joined the Fellowship Retreat to develop a ?change-project?, she left with a very different project than she expected. Find out how she made a difference to vulnerable children and families. The post Why I decided not to give up pushing for change appeared first on Frontline.
We know that children?s happiness with their lives has fallen and that we must take action to try to address this. We should prioritise children?s own views of what makes a good childhood and how they see their lives. In this blog, Lousie Moore introduces findings from the 2019 Good Childhood Report.
Everyone working with children and families should be aware of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders so that we can consider it at the earliest possible opportunity when making assessments. We can then ensure that we provide the right strategies and do not embark on alternative treatment routes, which may be time-consuming or even potentially harmful.
West Cheshire Children?s Trust has a pioneering vision for working with children and families across the multi-agency partnership. At the heart of this vision is a strong preventative focus at all levels to prevent children and young people becoming more vulnerable and their needs escalating.
Stephanie Bramley is a Research Associate at the NIHR Health & Social Care Workforce Research Unit, King?s College London. (690 words) Unit researcher Stephanie Bramley attended the Society for the Study of Addiction Annual Conference on 7th and 8th November 2019 ? Continue reading ?
Frontline fellow, Ryan, writes about why he got involved in creating a blueprint for a new model for children's social care. The post Let?s return to the foundations of social care: serving families, not the system appeared first on Frontline.
Practice supervisors play an important role in supporting supervisees to become emotionally resilient practitioners and ensuring that social workers provide an excellent service to children and families. New open access resources aim to support practice supervisors in key aspects of their role.
So often the narrative about child and family social work can be negative and it is true that conversations frequently reflect the many challenges practice supervisors face. However, this not the whole story. Practice supervisors play an important role in supporting supervisees to become emotionally resilient practitioners and ensuring that social workers provide an excellent service to children and families.
Frontline and the Centre for Public Impact have launched a blueprint outlining a new model for children's social care, with the backing of leaders in the profession. The post New model for children?s social care launches appeared first on Frontline.
To mark International Men?s Day, Frontline is today launching a recruitment drive to attract more men into the profession. The post Charity calls for more men in social work on International Men?s Day appeared first on Frontline.