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By NSPCC |
25 September 2018
The latest in a series about emerging safeguarding practice looks at how the NSPCC is supporting the social care and health sectors to implement evidence-based services for children and families.
By Nina Jacobs |
Council quality awards scheme recognises early years settings providing inclusive care for children with SEND.
By Derren Hayes and Sophie Eminson |
How a rehabilitation centre in Thailand uses the ancient art of Thai boxing to help young people recover from addiction problems.
By Neil Puffett |
Cornwall was the first area in England to introduce health passports to help care leavers keep their medical history at hand.
By Charlotte Goddard |
Programme reduces reoffending by addressing the needs of children in the youth justice system.
Council establishes eight specialist centres in mainstream schools to teach children with autism.
Children and families get early support to live healthier lives, improve mental wellbeing and address emotional and communication issues.
By Derren Hayes |
Small North East council has invested in children's social work but is searching for ways to reduce care services demand.
By Alison Bowyer |
Charity-run project supports disadvantaged children and young people to undertake roles in museums for a day to increase understanding, break down social barriers and develop confidence.
Independent special school has developed a child-centred approach to supporting children's speech and language needs.
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