This conference focuses on improving the recognition, assessment and response to child neglect. 

Neglect is defined as “The persistent failure to meet a child’s basic physical and/or psychological needs, likely to result in the serious impairment of the child’s health or development.  

 - This conference will enable you to:

- Network with colleagues who are working to safeguard children from neglect

 - Learn from the lived experience of child neglect

- Reflect on national developments and learning 

- Improve the training and education of frontline staff to examine and question marked    changes in children and young people’s behaviour or emotional state

- Implement an effective multi agency framework for child neglect

- Develop your skills in identifying and understanding child neglect

- Understand how you can improve support for children and improve identification in      education 

- Identify key strategies for effective intervention – delivering a model of assessment,    child – centred interventions and measures of outcome

- Understand the long-term impact of neglect on children physical, educational and    emotional development

- Improve record keeping & information sharing in child safeguarding

- Improve support and intervention for parents

- Ensure you are up to date with the latest legal issues and developments

- Self assess and reflect on your own practice

- Supports CPD professional development and acts as revalidation evidence. This        course  provides 5hrs training for CPD subject to peer group approval for revalidation      purposes

20% discount available for CPSIG members with the code hcuk20CPSIG

Further details & booking

CPSIG is a special interest group of BACCH & RCPCH
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