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Time: 1.00pm - 2.00pm
Speaker(s): Anna Holland, Julian Fabian and Tracey Swithenbank
Supporting children in care to return home to their families is a complex and challenging area of social work. In this seminar, colleagues from the NSPCC will share insights from the development of the ‘Reunification Practice Framework', an NSPCC evidence-informed framework for return home practice.
The Framework, which was created in partnership with the University of Bristol, supports practitioners and managers to apply structured professional judgement to decisions about whether, and how a child should return home from care (or other permanency plans that need to be in place if a return home is not safely possible). The Framework supports families and workers to understand what needs to change, to set goals, access support and services and review progress. Within the seminar, NSPCC colleagues will discuss how the framework was developed and implemented and give and overview of the key elements of the Framework and how they can be used to help improve outcomes for this group of children.
Book your ticket before 16:00, 7 December 2022 (Wednesday).
Booking is essential to attend this event.
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Contact: Nathalie Leung