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WillisPalmer - ISWA merger

WillisPalmer has merged with ISWA Ltd as of 1st April 2017.
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Both WillisPalmer and ISWA are long standing businesses which have collaborated extensively in the past. We hold the same core values and aim to provide services which are child focussed, quality driven and are offered at value for money to local authorities and others.

Together, we will become the largest independent social work agency in the UK, thus offering a large geographical spread, an increased pool of practitioners, wider expertise, and a development allowing for economies of scale.

Please explore our website further to see the full range of services we can offer including Social Work Services, Psychological & Therapy, WillisPalmer Training, Fostering ServicesChild Abuse Litigation and Forensic Risk services.

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Government launches tackling violence against women and girls strategy

22/07/2021

A new government strategy to ensure women and girls are safe everywhere has been launched by Home Secretary Priti Patel.

The strategy sets out a clear ambition to increase support for victims and survivors, increase the number of perpetrators brought to justice and to reduce the prevalence of violence against women and girls in the [...]

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Spending on early help services halves in decade

21/07/2021

Spending on early intervention for services has halved over the last 10 years, charities have warned.

Between 2010 and 2020, local authorities in England reduced spending on early intervention services from £3.6bn to £1.8bn, analysis of council budgets by a group of leading children’s charities has revealed.

The most deprived local authorities in the UK reduced early [...]

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Cafcass introduces revised working arrangements following rise in private law cases

21/07/2021

Cafcass has introduced some revised arrangements for managing unsustainable caseloads.

The process has been implemented in the Cafcass areas covering Birmingham, the Black Country, Shropshire, Worcestershire, Staffordshire and Herefordshire family courts due to unsustainable pressures on the family justice system in the area.

Cafcass Chief Executive, Jacky Tiotto said: “I have said publicly before that any [...]

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