Hear about the Practice Reflection Workshops that happen in Walsall. These workshops provide some vital time out for any practitioner working with children or adults to embed good practice through reflecting on case studies. The workshops offer a great opportunity to connect with other professionals and organisations helping to provide better support to children and adults.
The theme of this particular workshop was on Right Help Right Time, and brought an opportunity to reflect on a family currently in need of help, this was presented by the family support worker and the school. We reflected on the barriers of providing the right help and the impact this would have on the family, practitioners and organisations. Through solution circles we used the knowledge and expertise within the room to identify what the right help would look like and how we could ensure this was secured and what the potential impact would be for the family.
In this Podcast, Kellyanne Perry, Interim Practice Improvement Lead for Walsall Safeguarding Partnership, speaks to Isabel Vanderheeren, Transformation Lead for Walsall Children’s Services. Kerry, Family Support and the Early Help Hub, Karen from one of Walsall’s Primary School and Chanai Bonner, Social Worker who was a delegate at the workshop.
Tune into our episode for more about what a Right Help Right Time Practice Reflection Workshop is all about
What were the key messages that practitioners and delegates took away.
What the Impact of the session will have on their practice
Would they recommend Practice Reflection Workshops to others.
In the podcast you will hear practitioners making reference to the ‘Menu of Services’
In this Podcast, Kellyanne Perry, Interim Practice Improvement Lead for Walsall Safeguarding Partnership, speaks to Katie Storer-Young, Exploitation and Missing Team Manager, Jade Brown, Exploitation and Missing Coordinator and Jodie Berry, Assistant Team Manager for Turning Point Adolescent Support Hub.
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In the podcast you will hear making reference to Walsall Safeguarding Partnership Website and Street Teams.
The aim of this webinar is to provide a current overview of the issues around Domestic Abuse nationally and locally in light of social distancing measures.
Introduced and facilitated by Isabel Vanderheeren, the Lead for Transformation in Children's Services, you will hear from some of our partners in Walsall who are providing support for children and young people around domestic abuse:
This webinar will provide some vital time out for any practitioner working with children or adults to embed good practice through reflecting on case studies. Themes for reflection will be linked to our safeguarding partnership key priorities. This webinar will bring an opportunity to reflect on a family currently in need of help around Domestic Abuse. We will be joined by a Family support worker and their manager who will be reflecting on the barriers of providing the right help in light of COVID 19 social distancing restrictions and the impact this has on the family, practitioners and the organisations. We will be exploring the solutions and resources currently available that can ensure we are providing the best possible support now and are planning proactively for when things go back to normal.
The aim of this webinar is to:
- Provide an overview of the principles of trauma informed practice and reflect on how you can implement these as part of your practice or organisation
- Provide an overview of offer of support that is available in Walsall to pull on to help you to support children who have experienced trauma
- Provide information on training available that will help you in developing a trauma informed approach as a practitioner or in your organisation
Panel members will include L30 (restorative Practice provider), Education Psychologist, Heart of England NHS (developer of the evidence based parenting) and Early Help The webinar is for all leaders and practitioners across organisations working with children and families in Walsall.