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- 1. 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
- 2. 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.
- 3. Signs of Safety Assessment and Planning Framework
The seven analysis categories of the map explained
28 February 2020 | Andrew Turnell
An updated multilingual explanation of the seven analysis categories of the Signs of Safety map.
- 4. The Middle Column
Mapping strengths and safety
8 October 2019 | Pene Turnell
‘If you’re not using the middle column (to inform assessment and decision making and as the foundation of safety planning), you’re not ‘doing’ Signs of Safety.’ — Pene Turnell
- 5. 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.
- 6. 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.
- 7. 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.