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Oct
31

This report from the Early Intervention Foundation (EIF) explains the concept of early intervention and how it works to support child development and improve outcomes for children and families. It details the current situation and barriers within the system in England, and the long-term nature of the impact of early intervention. While offering a number of arguments in favour of early intervention, EIF acknowledges that the necessary infrastructure is not yet established and there is still a significant knowledge gap. The report concludes with suggested national and local actions that could be taken in England to help pave the way for implementing early intervention.   Read More ...


Oct
31

Evaluation of the pilot National Partnership Agreement for Looked After Children who go missing from residential and foster care.   Read More ...

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Oct
31

A new survey being carried out by CELCIS will help to develop a deeper understanding of what can help parents when there is a possibility that a child may become ‘looked after’ (or taken into care) by a local authority   Read More ...

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Oct
31

Evaluation of the pilot National Partnership Agreement for Looked After Children who go missing from Residential and Foster Care in Scotland   Read More ...

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Oct
31

Louise Hill talks about the impact of the Children (Equal Protection from Assault) Bill in Scotland.   Read More ...


Oct
30

The Early Intervention Foundation (EIF), a member of the UK Government’s What Works Network, has published a report (30 October 2018) on the importance and benefits of early intervention to improve outcomes for disadvantaged children, setting out a call for a number of national and local actions in England.   Read More ...

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Oct
29

This report details the journey of Stop to Listen from planning to implementation and evaluation. It will focus on the changes the pathfinders applied in their localities and the learning captured from evaluating this.   Read More ...

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Author : Ruth Sills

Oct
26

The newly launched Care Leaver Covenant promises to provide support for care leavers aged 16-25 in England to help them to live independently.   Read More ...

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Oct
26

Active Implementation training courses from CELCIS.   Read More ...

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Oct
25

CELCIS has published a qualitative study to examine independent supported accommodation commissioned by local authorities in Scotland.   Read More ...

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Oct
25

We've published a qualitative study to examine independent supported accommodation commissioned by local authorities in Scotland.   Read More ...

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Author : James Frame

Oct
25

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Oct
25

The Department for Education has published its annual children in need census in England for 2017 to 2018. The numbers are based on data from 152 local authorities in England and Wales. The report provides total numbers and demographics - such as gender, age and reason for assessment - of children referred to local authority social care services, children assessed to be ‘in need’, and children with child protection plans. Cases reported on include referrals, referrals leading to no further action, assessments, initial child protection conferences, child protection plans and child protection plan reviews.   Read More ...

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Oct
25

The Department for Education has published its annual official children in need census in England for 2017 to 2018. The numbers are based on data from 152 local authorities in England and Wales.   Read More ...

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Oct
23

Deputy First Minister John Swinney announces that a financial redress/compensation scheme for victims/survivors of abuse in care in Scotland will go ahead.   Read More ...

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Oct
23

Practice Note published to help local authorities implement recent changes in law, giving young care leavers exemption from council tax.   Read More ...

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Oct
22

This practice note outlines key considerations and a range of measures for local authorities to take as Corporate Parents to ensure consistent and effective implementation of the regulations now established in law   Read More ...

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Author : Kenny McGhee

Oct
22

A ground breaking project by the social care organisation, Care Visions, has received charitable status.   Read More ...

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Oct
19

Child Protection Committees Scotland released a statement about the continued problem of slavery to coincide with the annual Anti-Slavery Day on Thursday 18th October. Although slavery was abolished in the UK in 1883, modern slavery continues to thrive. In 2017, over 200 people - including 53 children - were formally identified as victims of human slavery in Scotland.   Read More ...

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Oct
19

This short document provides a summary of initial learning from data gathered for an evaluation of the Why Not? initiative. The study was commissioned by the social care organisation, Care Visions.   Read More ...

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