Due to popular demand, Hampshire County Council and Hampshire Constabulary have organised some further free training courses aimed at professionals who work with children.
This short course explores adverse childhood experiences (ACEs), how they link with domestic abuse & how this relates to practice.
It will address the following aims, all with a focus on how they relate to families living with domestic abuse:
• Introduce ACEs
• Examine trauma informed practice
• Explore triggers that can result in challenging behaviour
• Examine strategies to engage with CYP
• Examine strategies to support CYP developing resilience
• To offer a framework of working that enables collaboration with CYP
• To promote relational interactions and kindness
To book, please follow the links below and book through Eventbrite. Both courses run from 9.30am (prompt) until 12.30pm.
14 January 2020 – Rushmoor
30 January 2020 – Netley
The 2018/19 Annual Report, and summary/infographic, for the Hampshire Safeguarding Children Board (HSCB) has now been published and can be viewed below. This will be the last such report published by the HSCB as local safeguarding has now transferred to the Safeguarding Partners and Relevant Agencies (September 2019). These documents provide an overview of safeguarding activity carried out between April 2018 and March 2019.
The first joint NHS England and NHS Improvement Safeguarding Accountability and Assurance Framework (SAAF) has just been published. This framework builds on its predecessor by strengthening the NHS commitment to promoting the safety, protection and welfare of children, young people and adults.
This framework has been developed in partnership with other organisations and professional bodies. It is intended to clarify the roles and responsibilities of those we work with in a system that is developing rapidly. In addition, it provides the flexibility needed at local level to support professional practice and the partnerships needed to promote healthy behaviours to keep individuals and communities safe from harm.
Safeguarding Children, Young People and Adults at Risk in the NHS
The Family Approach Protocol has been commissioned by the 4 Safeguarding Children Boards (4LSCBs) and 4 Safeguarding Adult Boards (4LSABs) in Hampshire, Isle of Wight, Portsmouth and Southampton. The protocol was commissioned in response to findings from a range of reviews across all Board’s which highlight the need for professionals to work effectively together to achieve better outcomes for adults, children and their families across all areas.
The information in this toolkit has been jointly developed by the 4LSCBs and 4LSABs. It is free to access and available to all practitioners from any agency / organisation working with children, adults with care and support needs, and their families across the areas.
Click here to access the toolkit
The Protocol is also available in Large Print