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Core Signs of Safety Tools and Techniques.
- 1. The voice of the child in the safety planning process
Exploring questions from practitioners
15 June 2021 | Agi Gault, Andrew Turnell, Pene Turnell
Recording of a Facebook Live event
- 2. It can be done! Using Networks During Covid
How to involve networks in children's services.
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.
- 3. Signs of Safety and Contextual Safeguarding - an example
Group Supervision in a case of extra-familial harm
23 February 2021 | Wendy Hill
This resource provides a draft Danger Statement, Safety Goal and Safety Scale based on information provided by a worker during Group Supervision (case information has been de-identified) and suggested questions to support assessment and next steps planning in respect of Liam (17).
- 4. 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.
- 5. 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.
- 6. Safety Planning during COVID-19 and Beyond
Recording of a Facebook Live Q&A session
23 April 2020 | Andrew Turnell, Pene Turnell
Watch back the interactive and intimate Facebook Live Q&A sessions with Pene Turnell, Executive Director of Practice for Elia and Professor Andrew Turnell, co-creator of Signs of Safety. Answering questions on actual case problems and safety planning for those cases, particularly when there are significant challenging factors.
- 7. 十代の子どもの性虐待と妊娠、自傷行為
3 April 2020 | Andrew Turnell
- 8. Safety Planning Roadmap
Creating the Case Trajectory to Focus on Safety
21 February 2020 | Andrew Turnell, Pene Turnell
The Roadmap sets out the steps in safety planning designed to create a proactive, structured and monitored process for parents to demonstrate they can care for their children safely. The full version of this resource is available with a Knowledge Bank Subscription.
- 9. シャーロン、重症の乳児
30 January 2020 | Andrew Turnell
- 10. My Three Houses - explanation for families
What to expect when a worker talks to your child
21 January 2020 | Elia
Short video clip explaining the My Three Houses tool to parents and carers.
- 11. マイ・スリー・ハウス：ゴミ屋敷
14 January 2020 | Theo Klooster
- 12. Sexual Abuse Pregnant Teenager and Self Harm
Danger Statement, Safety Goal and Safety Scale
7 December 2016 | Andrew Turnell
Danger statement, safety goal and safety scale for Polly - Sexual abuse concerns about a pregnant teenager who is self-harming.
- 13. My Three Houses: Trash House
Calvin - aged 10
21 August 2015 | Theo Klooster
My Three Houses example with a young boy where there are concerns about neglect.
- 14. Amelia & Alexandra Child Safety Plan
Child's safety plan for Amelia & Alexandra for sexual abuse
12 September 2014 | Andrew Turnell, Susie Essex
This Safety Plan, developed by Andrew Turnell, follows on from the Words and Pictures: An Explanation for Alexander and Amelia as featured in Turnell and Essex, Working with 'Denied' Child Abuse: The Resolutions Approach (2006: 124).
- 15. Sharon Injured Infant
A Words and Pictures explanation for Sharon
20 March 2014 | Andrew Turnell
This anonymised words and pictures example is a typical words and pictures used in a disputed injured infant case. The example follows Susie Essex’s original short form process incorporating:
- Who’s Worried
- What are they worried about
- What happened then
- What are we doing about the worries