- 1. From 'inadequate' to 'outstanding' in three years
Appreciative Inquiry with Executive Leaders in Together for Children Sunderland on how implementing Signs of Safety transformed their organisation
10 August 2022 | Andrew Turnell
Appreciative Inquiry interview with the Executive Leaders in TfC Sunderland about their active leadership of their agency’s implementation of Signs of Safety that transformed the agency from being deemed inadequate to outstanding in a three-year period in and how this supported their change in practice.
- 2. An Initial Vision for Aligned Quality Assurance using Meaningful Measures
Casting vision for the Meaningful Measures framework aligning QA to Signs of Safety
6 January 2022 | Mike Caslor
This video presentation is helpful for anyone who would like to better understand Meaningful Measures and aligning approaches to quality assurance to the Signs of Safety framework
- 3. Ett steg i taget – men ändå ligga steget före
Om implementeringsprocessen och de framgångar de har sett genom ständig feedback och tillämpning av förhållningssätt och verktyg
6 December 2021 | Frida Adelbrant, Hannah Lindahl
Om hur Värnamo har jobbat vidare med sin implementering och hur de hämtat hem kunskaperna genom
-på allvar involvera vuxen
-rutiner för samverkan
- 4. Feedback Loops after Safety Planning
Using Existing Family Connections to Create Meaningful Belonging
1 December 2021 | Isabelle Quintens, Jeugdhulp, Katrien Vertonghen
How using a feedback loop made it possible to reflect on the meaningful moments in safety planning, and how this made the valuable work of the network and the case worker visible.
- 5. Zes jaar implementatie van Signs of Safety in het Agentschap Opgroeien
Six years of implementation of Signs of Safety at ‘Opgroeien’ Agency, Flanders (Belgium)
19 October 2021 | Denis Gorgon, Joke Wiggerink, Lies Van Nuland, Marieke Vogel, Sabien de Klerck
Deze video toont het proces van implemenatie van Signs of Safety door interviews met de projectleidster, jeugdrechters, partnerorganisaties, een onderzoekster van de Universiteit van Gent en praktijkondersteuners.
- 6. Evidence Base and Implementation
How do we know if Signs of Safety is improving children's safety and wellbeing?
17 June 2021 | Dr Louise Caffrey, Eileen Munro, Mike Caslor, Terry Murphy
Exploring the evidence about the impact of Signs of Safety on practice and on children, young people and their families.
- 7. Framework and Trajectory
Signs of Safety Whole System Implementation
11 June 2021 | Terry Murphy
There are a set of key and overarching activities that experience has indicated to be mission critical, that is essential for effective implementation. This mission critical version of the framework provides a streamlined roadmap for Signs of Safety implementation.
- 8. Leadership Development Trajectory
Development activities for leadership during Signs of Safety implementation
10 June 2021 | Terry Murphy
Learning and development activities in line with the implementation framework and the implementation trajectory, undertaken for the first two-year intense period of implementation and beyond, for leadership groups and senior managers
- 9. Managing Tragedies and other Crises
18 November 2020 | Joke Wiggerink, Terry Murphy
Facebook Live session with Joke Wiggerink and Terry Murphy examine what we need to do as senior managers and leaders when a tragedy or other major crisis occurs.
- 10. Fantasy or Realistic Possibility?
Creating a Case Management Information System that Inspires Social Workers and Delivers for Managers
3 November 2020 | Andrew Turnell, Emma Hopper, Julie Firth, Nik Flavell, Pippa Young
This article describes a user centered, whole agency learning lab process undertaken with the managers and practitioners in North Tyneside to field test and refine a case management system configured around the Signs of Safety practice framework.
- 11. Senior Management Overview on Safety Planning
1 October 2020 | Joke Wiggerink, Terry Murphy
Recording of a webinar on the Leadership Support Forum Facebook group
- 12. Implementation Prospectus
What to expect in the first 2-year intense phase of whole system Implementation
21 August 2020 | Elia
The Prospectus provides interested organisations with an overview of what to expect in the first phase of a whole system implementation supported by a licensed consultant or Elia
- 13. 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
- 14. Mission Critical Implementation Roadmap
Revised Version 2019
16 January 2020 | Andrew Turnell, Joke Wiggerink, Terry Murphy
The Signs of Safety Implementation Framework - Mission Critical is a roadmap of 8 key parts summarising the key aspects of implementation under the domains of learning, leadership, organisational alignment and meaningful measures. It is used to inform implementation proposals, planning workshops, implementation plans, and consultation workshops and meetings.
- 15. Signs of Safety Quality Assurance System
Tools to enable meaningful measurement of activity and outcomes
9 August 2018 | Terry Murphy
Signs of Safety implementation is fundamentally about the organisation being set up to enable and support and assess the practice. The Signs of Safety Quality Assurance System provides a vision and specific tools that can be used to align quality assurance.
- 16. 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.
- 17. 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.