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Over the past year Radio 4 journalist Andrew Bomford has been following James, one of our Frontline programme participants in Hertfordshire, as he works with mother Emily. Emily has had nine children, all of whom have been taken into care, and she has recently given birth to her tenth child, Harry. James has been supporting her as she looks after and cares for baby Harry. The post BBC Radio 4 ? Emily?s story appeared first on Frontline.
he served in a variety of embassies, at the Australian Permanent Mission to the UN in New York, as the Department?s Legal Adviser and as Ambassador to Myanmar (Burma) from 1986-89 and to Yugoslavia, Romania and Macedonia from 1997-2000. The post 098 Christopher Lamb, a life in diplomacy PT 1 appeared first on Thoughts On The Social World.
This is exactly the kind of outcome I had hoped for when I joined Frontline: working alongside a young person to empower him to bring about change in his life. The post Motivational interviewing: empowering a young person to change appeared first on Frontline.
Stan Burridge is an ex-rough sleeper and an HSCWRU Peer-researcher. He is Director of Expert Focus, a user-led organisation that supports the involvement of people with lived experience in homelessness research and policy. (1,029 words) Over the past few weeks, I have been thinking about ? Continue reading ?
John Burton has been working in and with social care, mostly residential care, since the mid-1960s. He has worked at all levels with all client groups and ages, and is currently consulting to therapeutic children?s homes. His most recent book ? Continue reading ?
Doncaster Children’s Services Trust is calling for social workers to join and help support its ongoing response to provide vital support for our children, young people and families across the borough. The Trust is hosting an online information event on Thursday, 13 August, from 7pm to 8pm. The event is open to all passionate social workers who want to find out more about how they can join our existing dedicated teams. Carolyn Jones, Head of Services for...
A wonderful interview with someone who has been incredibly influential in protecting children from abuse. The post 097 Jim Gamble Safeguarding Part 2 appeared first on Thoughts On The Social World.
Motivational interviewing (MI) encourages our participants to explore an individual?s readiness to change and the process needed to facilitate this. The post Motivational Interviewing Practice Model: Cultivating Change Talk appeared first on Frontline.
Giving caregivers the time, space and tools to reflect provides the best opportunity to facilitate positive and sustainable relationship changes. The post Parenting Interventions: facilitating positive and sustainable relationship changes appeared first on Frontline.
Jim Gamble is one of the UK's leading voices on the safeguarding of children. I've known Jim for many years and he has always worked passionately to improve the safety of children. He is widely recognised as a global authority on safeguarding children and was the founding chair of the Virtual Global Taskforce; a former national policing lead for child protection and the architect and CEO of the UK Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) Centre. The post 096 Jim Gamble Safeguarding Part
Our parenting intervention model helps participants understand the parent?child relationship to identify actions the family could take to achieve change. The post How parenting interventions help us understand and support families appeared first on Frontline.