E102 Week 12 Promoting children's welfare (LOOKED AFTER CHILDREN AND…
E102 Week 12 Promoting children's welfare
range of adults can be responsible for child's welfare depending on the individual situation (p.119)
the responsibility for 'safeguarding and promoting children's welfare' should be SHARED amongst all adults involved in a child's upbringing (p.129)
years ago (pre C20)poor hygiene & dangerous work= high death rates &illness. (p120)
'theory of development based on a hierarchy of needs
have to meet most basic needs at base of pyramid before a child will look to attain secondary needs
free or government subsidies
available to all =no stigma
via referral or assessment
often treated within school or home
think of it as additional help
at hospital or other specialised unit
LOOKED AFTER CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE
what we called
educational outcomes lower than peers
emotionally they suffer
Many historical cases have come to light in recent years of horrific abuse. More stringent vetting of staff and policies these days are hopefully stopping this. p131.
looked after children require and receive 'specialist' services but they also receive and benefit from universal and targeted services!
assessment and care planning vital (Leverett)
all chapter 6!!
Is this 'nature and nurture' again but rebranded??
everyone has a different balance of characteristics that can make them more vulnerable or res and we all meet with varying levels of adversity verses protection.
case study- Jan, 13, loved swimming, Mum ill no dog new care home.
identifying whether these factors are potential risk/adversity or protective
experiencing adverse conditions can make you resilient.