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By Jo Stephenson |
27 February 2018
Response to child sexual exploitation refocused from social care approach to be youth work-led.
By Emily Rogers |
Multi-agency group supports children and adults at risk of or experiencing sexual exploitation.
By Kate Plummer |
NSPCC runs specialist CSE service to raise awareness of the issue among schoolchildren and care professionals.
Catch22 helped South Yorkshire authorities trial a new support model to keep sexually-exploited and vulnerable teenagers safe.
By Spring Consortium |
Projects in the first phase of the Children's Social Care Innovation Programme have been evaluated to identify practice that has the most impact for children, with seven clear features emerging.
Schools, health professionals and the voluntary sector join forces to meet the need for child and adolescent mental health provision.
The Money House helps 16- to 25-year-olds embarking on independent living manage their money and remain independent.
By Katherine Plummer |
London charity will recruit peer mentors to support young people with mental health problems to gain confidence and life skills.
By Sophie Eminson |
Programme educates children to be more aware of the natural environment.
By Derren Hayes |
Transferring delivery of children's social care to an independent trust has proved a success for the South Yorkshire town.
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