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- 1. Landing Grand Aspirations in Everyday Practice
What one social worker's practice looks like using Signs of Safety
29 April 2021 | Damian Griffiths
Three short videos of an interview with a newly qualified social worker in the UK sharing his practice in three areas: Starting the Work, Danger Statements, Safety Goals and Safety Scales and Safety Planning
- 2. Barn och Ungdomar Utsatta för Våld
Ett stöd för praktiker inom den sociala barnavården att integrera arbetet med våld och Signs of Safetys verktyg och förhållningssätt
22 April 2021 | Ann Gardestrom, Anne Hiller, Linn Van Bruggen, Pernilla Soderberg
Ett metodstöd för praktiker inom socialtjänstens barn och ungdomsvård i hur Signs of Safety kan användas i en svensk kontext, inom ramen för svensk kommunal socialtjänst, särskilt i arbetet med våld i nära relationer
- 3. It can be done! Using Networks During Covid
Workers from North Tyneside share their experience
5 March 2021 | Andrew Turnell, Elia
We all know the saying ‘it takes a village to raise a child’. However the COVID-19 pandemic has reshaped our lives and has brought massive challenges within practice.
This is a part of the recording of a Facebook Live held on 5th of March 2021 in which Andrew Turnell lead a conversation with a group of practitioners from around the world to hear from them how they involve networks in their practice with children and families and how this is making a difference.
This section features two workers at North Tyneside and their experiences working with networks.
- 4. Safety and healing through community and culture
Upper Sioux Community and Yellow Medicine County | 2020 Aboriginal First Nation Signs of Safety Gathering
18 December 2020 | Elia
Upper Sioux Community Social Services and Yellow Medicine County Family Services utilised the Signs of Safety to support a Dakota mother who, after numerous child protection interventions, has begun healing because of her connections with her community and culture. The agencies will share what they learned working creatively together as a statutory authority with the Dakota community to help families and their networks increase safety and wellbeing with Indigenous families.
- 5. Involving Naturally Occurring Safety Networks in Child Protection casework
"It takes a village to raise a child"
23 November 2020 | Andrew Turnell
Andrew Turnell explains why Signs of Safety seeks always to involve everybody that has natural connections to the children to most effectively build lasting safety and healing.
- 6. Signs of Safety - Information for Parents
Booklet created by Territory families
15 September 2020 | Northern Territory Government
Explanation about what Signs of Safety is and what this means for Territory Families' work with children, young people and their parents and carers.
- 7. Safety Planning - biggest questions from around the world
Third Facebook Live session
13 June 2020 | Elia
Pene and Andrew respond to questions from a panel of child protection workers from around the world
- 8. Safety Planning - Finding and Using Networks
Recording of a Facebook Live Q&A session
8 May 2020 | Andrew Turnell, Pene Turnell
Pene and Andrew Turnell respond to questions focusing on finding and using networks as an essential part of the safety planning process.
- 9. Learning To Dance With Mother
Using the Safety Planning Roadmap
8 November 2018 | Linn Van Bruggen, Molndal Childrens Services
Linn describes how Victoria and Lena worked through the steps of the safety planning roadmap with a mother to enable her 2 boys to return to her care.
- 10. It Takes A Village To Raise A Child
Working with the family and community in Cambodia to prevent children being separated from their families
6 November 2018 | Cambodia Childrens Trust, Lyly Tek, Sophorn Ngath
A case study from Cambodian Children's Trust showing how the Signs of Safety is being integrated into family and community social work in Battambang Province to enable family-based care and prevent children being separated from their family.
- 11. Learning Journal
Record your Signs of Safety learning journey
14 March 2017 | Elia
The Learning Journal is an invaluable tool for implementing organisations as a way to record their learnings throughout training and the implementation process. Journals are personal and are for each individual.