Islington Council trains workforce in trauma-informed practice to improve outcomes for vulnerable children

Joanne Parkes
Tuesday, February 23, 2021

Islington Council has implemented trauma-informed practice across all services for vulnerable children, with all staff “trauma trained”.

Islington cites trauma-informed practice with enabling a better grasp of the impact of the pandemic on vulnerable children. Picture: Flexmedia/Adobe Stock
Islington cites trauma-informed practice with enabling a better grasp of the impact of the pandemic on vulnerable children. Picture: Flexmedia/Adobe Stock

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