Monthly Archives: January 2019

4LSAB Multi-Agency Hoarding Guidance – Published December 2018

4LSAB Multi-Agency Hoarding Guidance has now been published. The document sets out a framework for collaborative multi-agency working across Hampshire using a ‘person centred solution’ based model to support those demonstrating hoarding behaviours.

The purpose of this guidance is to support providers, practitioners, and other professionals to identify when to raise concerns regarding poor self care or lack of care for living conditions, identify agencies who can provide support and set out what they may expect by way of a response and encourage and support defensible decision making in accordance with our duty of care. This guidance should be read in conjunction with the Hampshire 4LSAB Multi-Agency Safeguarding Policy.

The 4LSAB Multi-Agency Hoarding Guidance can be viewed here:

HSAB - Report of the Workforce Subgroup 4LSAB Multi-Agency Hoarding Guidance 2018

HSCB & HSAB Annual Conference 22nd January 2019

The Whole Family Strengths-Based Approach: Working Together to Achieve Better Outcomes
22nd January 2019 – Hope Church, Winchester

We are pleased to confirm that bookings can now be made for the above Hampshire Safeguarding Children Board & Hampshire Safeguarding Adults Board Joint Annual Conference. This conference will enable delegates to:

  • Understand the rationale for promoting a strengths-based approach and explain how this will impact on and inform multi-agency working.
  • Provide an overview of the Joint Family Approach Protocol and explain how it applies to your role.
  • Understand the implications of the Mental Capacity Act when applied to adults who care for children and for children in the 16+ age group.
  • Introduce trauma-informed practice and how it will inform the multi-agency partnership response.
  • Explain the remit and differences of Early Help and Family Support including how and why a strengths-based approach is effective in this area.
  • Provide an overview of Fabricated and Induced Illness (FII) including how multi-agency partner agencies can work together on these issues.

This conference is free for:

  • Hampshire County Council (All Departments)
  • Hampshire Constabulary
  • Hampshire’s Clinical Commissioning Groups
  • Commissioned Health Providers
  • Maintained, Academy and Independent Primary, Secondary and Special Schools, Post 16 Colleges
  • Early Years Sector
  • District / Borough / City Councils (including commissioned services)
  • Hampshire Fire & Rescue
  • National Probation Service
  • NHS England (Wessex)
  • Hampshire & Isle of Wight CRC
  • District / Borough / City Councils (including commissioned services)
  • Winchester Diocese
  • CAFCASS
  • A number of free spaces are allocated to voluntary sector organisations

Spaces can be reserved using the search facility on the recently launched Hampshire County Council Learning Management System (LMS):

https://www.hants.gov.uk/educationandlearning/learning-zone

Course Code: 09942CON

If you do not have an LMS account (details for a previously registered Learning Zone account will enable you to log into the system), please email cs.nominations@hants.gov.uk or call 01962 715669 and instructions will be sent to you.

 

In the case of non-attendance or cancellation within 48 hours of an event a fee of £120 will be incurred.  This fee will be waived if a substitute delegate is sent instead but you must let us know if this happens.  All cancellations or changes must be sent in writing to cs.nominations@hants.gov.uk