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Time: 1.00pm - 2.30pm
Speaker(s): Professor Rick Hood, Kingston University; Allie Goldacre, Kingston University; Keith Clements, National Children's Bureau
Social workers tend to record certain combinations of needs when they carry out a child and family assessment. However, little is known about what combinations are most prevalent for which children, and how children's characteristics and needs affect what happens after an assessment is completed. In this webinar, we will present key findings from a two-year quantitative study of national data for children's social care and education in England, funded by Nuffield Foundation, which examined the relationship between assessed needs and the outcomes of provision. The study looked at a range of outcomes, including child protection and care interventions, re-referrals and re-entries to care, school exclusions, and educational attainment. Join us online for the presentation and discussion, and for the launch of our national report.
Rick Hood is a registered social worker, and Professor of Social Work at Kingston University.
Allie Goldacre is a quantitative analyst and research associate at Kingston University.
Keith Clements is a senior researcher at National Children's Bureau.
Booking is essential to attend this event.
For further information about this event:
Contact: Nathalie Leung