Wandsworth Safeguarding Children Partnership Annual Conference - Putting Children at the Centre of Practice
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Carline Benoit
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Event description
A thematic conference focussing on the key learning from 4 Serious Case Reviews. We will hear from key safeguarding and child protection experts regarding the children's journeys. The afternoon will be a series of workshops focussing on the themes and key learning from each of the serious case reviews.

You will be contacted on or just after 20th September to ask for your workshop preference.  The afternoon workshops will be:

Workshop 1 - Autism ADD/ADHD
Lead - National Autistic Society

Workshop 2 - Safe sleeping
Lead - Lullaby Trust

Workshop 3 - Anti-racist and discriminatory practice – Importance of understanding diversity and difference
Lead - TBC

Workshop 4 - Developmental Trauma
Lead - TBC

Workshop 5 - Substance Misuse
Lead - Neil Fletcher / Rahana Hussain

Workshop 6 - Working with Father’s
Lead - Sarah McGarry

Workshop 7 - Domestic abuse
Lead - Mark Wolski

Workshop 8 - Complex Neglect – impact on child development
Lead - Jen Kelly CAMH’s

Workshop 9 - Parental Mental Health – impact on parenting capacity
Lead - Cressida Zielinski
Training objectives
A thematic conference focussing on the key learning from 4 Serious Case Reviews. We will hear from key safeguarding and child protection experts regarding the children's journeys. The afternoon will be a series of workshops focussing on the themes and key learning from each of the serious case reviews.
Learning outcomes
An opportunity to hear about the adverse childhood experiences of children and thier parents in order that as a multi agency partnership we can improve on making a positive difference to the lived experiences of children in Wandsworth. Hear from specialist subject matter experts to enable us to learn and implement the key messages for all statutory and voluntary agencies.
Additional Information
There will be a series of workshops on the key themes these will be facilitated by subject matter experts such as the National Autistic Society, Lullaby Trust, Dr Karen Triesman and practitioners from our multi-agency partnership. You will be contacted regarding your choice of workshop on 20th September
Start Date
Monday 19 October 2020
End Date
Monday 19 October 2020
Closing Date
Friday 16 October 2020
09:00 - 16:30
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