COVID-19 Guidance from WillisPalmer
Whilst the outbreak of Covid-19 is likely to cause some disruption to WillisPalmer services in the short-term, we are issuing guidance outlining our plans to minimise the impact of the virus.
SEN shake-up receives positive feedback
Parents of children and young people with special educational needs (SEN) are largely positive about changes being introduced by the government to give them more choice over the services they use, a report has found.
Under the Children and Families Act 2014, from 1 September, children and young people with SEN, and their [...]
Social worker suspended after ‘flawed’ risk assessment of knife incident
The HCPC suspends social worker who failed to call police when contacted by mother about knife-weilding daughter.
A social worker who made a “flawed” risk assessment of a situation where a daughter attacked her mother with a knife has been suspended from practice.
New civil prevention orders could improve child safeguarding practice
Councils and Local Safeguarding Children Boards described as best places to enforce new and improved civil prevention orders.
Councils have been urged to establish new arrangements between family courts and police to better protect children from sexual harm.
In a research article published by respected journal Family [...]