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What's new

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    New resources launched to drive transformation of support for special guardians

    A partnership between Lancaster University, Kinship and CoramBAAF sees the launch of a new suite of online resources to promote the development of support services for special guardians.

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    National adopter recruitment campaign focuses on finding families for sibling groups

    #YOUCANADOPT campaign switches focus and urges prospective adopters to step forward and adopt more than one child.

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    CoramBAAF publishes its responses to the Independent Children's Social Care Review

    CoramBAAF has made three submissions to the Review, responding to both the call for advice and evidence with Black Minority Ethnic Perspectives Advisory Committee (BMEPAC) making recommendations on matters concerning black and minority ethnic children and families.

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workshop

Culturally Competent Social Worker

20 May 2021 | ONLINE

This open course will explore how families’ culture, faith and understanding of harm impacts on their parenting capacity and consider how this should inform assessments, child protection plans and strategies. The workshop will include how the personal values of practitioners could impact on professional judgements and decision-making.

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Sibling assessments: beyond, together, apart

7 Jun 2021 | ONLINE

This open course will offer a comprehensive approach to undertaking sibling assessments. It will explore who the key contributors to sibling assessments are and how assessors can plan assessments and engage these contributors in the process. Most importantly it will explore how to gain the views of the children, observe sibling interactions and draw conclusions on the quality of sibling relationships as well as focusing on the individual needs of each child and of the sibling group.

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