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.
In order to enhance and develop the assessment methodologies, approaches and practices, we should be expanding the range of tools used. This one-day workshop offers practical hands-on training in Strengths & Difficulties Questionnaires and the Parenting Stress Index.
This course helps you understand the link between symptoms of mental illness, parental behaviour and the impact of such behaviour on children. It examines the key principles in assessing the impact of mental illness on parenting capacity.
This workshop will look at what makes analysis a different process from information gathering and focus on the skills involved. The approach will be experiential and give participants the opportunity to use video as source material in composing an analysis of what they observe.
Every workplace has rules around health and safety. But my children seem to be flouting this guidance in times of working from home/home educating.
For those of you who don’t know, a Didicar is a ride on scooter type mechanism with a steering wheel that teaches your children how to steer, move etc.
My youngest, aged 2, [...]
No safety equipment, no hand sanitiser, fewer staff and the likelihood of more cases combined with little understand or appreciation from the public and families using coronavirus as a ‘convenient excuse’ to turn social workers away – the reality of frontline social work practice amidst COVID-19.
Standing the obligatory two metres from the foster carer’s front [...]
By Philip King, Executive Consultant, WillisPalmer
I would like to start by offering my very best wishes to readers in these very difficult and uncertain times. I hope you, your families and colleagues are keeping safe and well. At WillisPalmer we have worked hard in planning to ensure our staff are safe, and our service is [...]