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- 1. 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.
- 2. Making Safeguarding Personal
Creating safety for a young woman with a learning disability
6 November 2018 | Caragh McLaughlin, Karen OBrien, Western Health and Social Care Trust
Applying Signs of Safety to working with a young adult placing herself at risk of sexual and financial exploitation with frequent periods of imprisonment to create a successful outcome focused safety plan the young woman owned and understood.
- 3. Using The Whole Approach In Our Very First Case
Learning and reflections on trusting the process to create safety
6 November 2018 | Helena Grenham, Melissa Davidson, Siobhan Nolan, TUSLA
Believing that the best way to start to apply Signs of Safety was to use the approach with a family of 6 children, Melissa and Helena, supported by their team leader Siobhan describe their work and how they trusted the process to work with Mum and a safety network to create safety so the children could return home.
- 4. Lucy, Nancy and Lacie
End to end case: Neglect, Mum's anger, domestic violence
29 March 2018 | Pene Turnell
This end to end case illustrates how the Signs of Safety model might be applied to a child protection case and how to safety plan for reunification from temporary foster care.
- 5. The Journey of Safety Planning
Presented by Susie Essex and Andrew Turnell
5 September 2016 | Elia
Presented by Andrew Turnell and Susie Essex (England) at the 2016 Norwich Signs of Safety Gathering. In this presentation Susie describes the relationships that sustains effective safety planning as firm and hugely kind. Drawing on two case examples, Susie and Andrew explore the interconnection between the methods and relational foundation of effective safety planning.