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Only two thirds of councils confident of meeting Care Act duties by next year

Adults'

20/05/24

Only two thirds of councils confident of meeting Care Act duties by next year

Safeguarding panel calls for register of children who are electively home educated

Children's

16/05/24

Safeguarding panel calls for register of children who are electively home educated

Mandatory reporting laws a 'fudge', CSA inquiry chair says

Children's

14/05/24

Mandatory reporting laws a 'fudge', CSA inquiry chair says

Coalition calls for urgent policy reform on homelessness for women

Adults'

10/05/24

Coalition calls for urgent policy reform on homelessness for women

Organisations call on Social Work England to resolve fitness to practice delays

Children's, Adults'

07/05/24

Organisations call on Social Work England to resolve fitness to practice delays

Mental health practitioners to assess offenders in bid to reduce recidivism

Mental Health

01/05/24

Mental health practitioners to assess offenders in bid to reduce recidivism

“I was made to feel like a liar and a criminal”: The mental health toll of age assessments

Children's

17/05/24

“I was made to feel like a liar and a criminal”: The mental health toll of age assessments

New research project to improve support for parents who have experienced pregnancy loss

Mental Health

15/05/24

New research project to improve support for parents who have experienced pregnancy loss

Children facing too many care worker changes, affecting much-needed continuity

Children's

13/05/24

Children facing too many care worker changes, affecting much-needed continuity

One in five children victims of domestic abuse as professionals ‘operating in the dark’

Children's

09/05/24

One in five children victims of domestic abuse as professionals ‘operating in the dark’

Early permanence placements made at a lower rate in London than elsewhere

Children's

02/05/24

Early permanence placements made at a lower rate in London than elsewhere

Young people living in deprived coastal areas have worst health, research finds

Children's

30/04/24

Young people living in deprived coastal areas have worst health, research finds

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