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- 1. Evaluation of MTM's Signs of Safety Pilots
15 October 2020 | Mary Baginsky, Multiple Authors
The evaluation used a multi-method approach that included a deep dive into 5 of the 9 pilots, a staff survey, an examination of assessments that had been conducted, a contrast study examining practice in 2 SofS and 2 non-SofS children’s service departments, an examination of plans and profiles, and an analysis of national outcomes data at LA level, including an individual-level difference-in- differences analysis.
- 2. Family Outcomes and Parent Perceptions
Signs of Safety Research Summary
26 October 2020 | Casey Family Programs, Peter Pecora
This research brief highlights data from studies of Signs of Safety that measure child and family outcomes, as well as parent perceptions of the practice. Compiled by Peter J. Pecora, Ph.D., Managing Director of Research Services, Casey Family Programs and Professor, University of Washington.
- 3. The Signs of Safety Approach in the Biberach District Youth Welfare Office
Factsheet for the final report on practical research
22 December 2021 | Stefan Bestmann
This is a German language research factsheet, translated using google translate, that outlines recent Signs of Safety implementation research undertaken in Biberach District, Germany. The full report is not available, but the authors were supportive of making this summary available publicly.
- 4. Understanding the social worker–family relationship through self-determination theory
A realist synthesis of Signs of Safety
27 January 2022 | Dr Freda Browne, Dr Louise Caffrey
This study from Trinity College Dublin aimed to deepen and inform the explanation (initial theory) of what key Signs of Safety tools and processes are expected to achieve in the family–worker interaction and why.
- 5. Working with Signs of Safety: Parents' perception of change
Measuring the impact of Signs of Safety on families
26 July 2019 | Mary Baginsky, Multiple Authors
Data collected during the evaluation of Signs of Safety pilots, which was funded by the Department for Education as part of the Children's Social Care English Innovation Programme.
- 6. You Can’t Grow Roses in Concrete
Signs of Safety English Innovations Project report
15 December 2016 | Andrew Turnell, Eileen Munro, Terry Murphy
A broad brush picture of what has happened, picking out key themes and illustrating the diversity of the implementations. It is structured as a list of key elements of the reforms, but attention is given to reporting on how successfully these elements must interact to produce the desired changes.
- 7. You can't grow roses in concrete Part 2
EIP2 Final Action Research Report
31 March 2020 | Andrew Turnell, Eileen Munro
Second report on the Signs of Safety English Innovation Project