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Family Approach Protocol Workshop

Rachel Cullen - Local Safeguarding Adults Board

Tuesday, 17 September 2019 from 13:00 to 16:00 (BST)

Family Approach Protocol Workshop

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This course has limited spaces available.

The overarching aim of these workshops is to launch the Hampshire, Isle of Wight, Portsmouth and Southampton Adults and Children’s Family Approach Protocol and supporting practitioner toolkit. The workshop will use information from the toolkit to support professionals from both children / adult sectors across the Pan Hampshire and Isle of Wight areas to understand how issues including, Mental Health, Substance Misuse, Domestic Violence, Learning Disabilities and Neglect, affect all family members, including children (as well as unborn babies) and adults at risk as defined in the Care Act 2014. Delegates will be given time to consider how the needs of children and / or adults living with hidden harm impact on the whole family, and the importance of early identification of these needs and effective communication between services is important in order to support those at risk and their families.

 Learning Outcomes

  •  Identify how a range of risk factors and vulnerabilities co-exist within families and the cumulative impact and implications for safeguarding children and adults at risk.
  • Understand how these cumulative issues impact on children and adults at risk, in relation to immediate risk, their day to day lives, and long term implications for them and their families.
  • Understand the impact of risk and vulnerability on an adult’s capacity to parent, care for others and themselves.
  • Understand the legislative and statutory frameworks that surround the practice in both the adults and children’s sectors.
  • Understand the application of the Pan Hampshire and Isle of Wight LSCB and LSAB Family Approach Protocol and explore the resources available under the supporting toolkit.
  • Understand the important role that professionals play in identifying vulnerability and risk, and the sharing of information in the context of the family approach and child protection/adult safeguarding.
  • Be able to signpost to local referral pathways and support services for both children and adults.
  • Explore themes including Protective factors, Restorative Practice, Strength Based Approach, Person Centred Working, Mental Capacity, Professional Curiosity and Transition
  • Explore learning from Serious Case Review and Safeguarding Adult Review findings and current research to inform evidence-based practice.

 The content of the workshops is the same in all locations and professionals from any agency operating in each of the four local authority areas are able to book onto any event for free

Cancellation Charges:-

These training courses and events are fully funded by the LSAB and are offered to their partner agencies. In the case of non-attendance or cancellation within 48 hours of an event a fee of £50.00 (per training day, per person will be incurred. This fee will be waived ONLY if a suitable delegate is sent instead. Should a candidate be unable to attend a course or a suitable candidate cannot be found, please cancel the ticket via Eventbrite. If you have any difficulties in completing this contact us on 01983 821000 ext: 6430 or

Do you have questions about Family Approach Protocol Workshop? Contact Rachel Cullen - Local Safeguarding Adults Board

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Foyer for the Island
91 George Street
PO33 2JE Ryde
United Kingdom

Tuesday, 17 September 2019 from 13:00 to 16:00 (BST)

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Rachel Cullen - Local Safeguarding Adults Board

The Isle of Wight Safeguarding Adults Board (IWSAB) is a statutory, multi-agency partnership committee, coordinated by the local authority, which gives strategic leadership for adult safeguarding, across the Isle of Wight.

The primary purpose of the IWSAB is to help and safeguard adults with care and support needs. It does this by:

  • Assuring that the safeguarding arrangements on the Island help and protect adults who meet the criteria set out in Chapter 14 of the statutory guidance of the Care Act 2014.
  • Assuring that safeguarding practice is person-centred and outcome-focused.
  • Working collaboratively to prevent abuse and neglect where possible.
  • Ensuring agencies and individuals give timely and proportionate responses when abuse or neglect have occurred.
  • Assuring itself that safeguarding practice is continuously improving and enhancing the quality of life of adults in its area.

The IWSAB is working to actively develop and promote Making Safeguarding Personal (MSP) across the Island. MSP is a preventative and personal centred approach to safeguarding that focuses on the outcomes desired by the individual concerned and considering a range of responses to support people to improve or resolve their circumstances.

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