Children's leaders gather to tackle major issues at ADCS conference

Neil Puffett and Derren Hayes
Monday, July 20, 2015

The Association of Directors of Children's Services annual conference heard about government plans for adoption reforms, improvements to children's mental health services, social work training and funding challenges.

In her keynote speech to the conference, ADCS president Alison O’Sullivan warned delegates that children’s services are facing a “looming crisis” in early intervention because of funding cuts. Picture: Alex Deverill
In her keynote speech to the conference, ADCS president Alison O’Sullivan warned delegates that children’s services are facing a “looming crisis” in early intervention because of funding cuts. Picture: Alex Deverill

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