Joint Children and Adult Services Conference

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We are excited to invite you to our first joint children and adults services conference delivered by Research in Practice. This event is free to colleagues working for NELC, NELCCG and specially invited guests.

Bev Compton - Director of Adult Social Services and Steve Kay - Director of Childrens Services will open the conference

The focus of the conference is risks, rights and the role of state

It is an opportunity to look at how we can work better together across children and adult services, how we can keep vulnerable children and adults safe and what the differences are between services. There will be lively debate, a question and answer session and a chance to network with other colleagues and providers.

Confirmed speakers

Dez Holmes - Reseach in Practice

Sanchita Hosali - British Institute of Human Rights

Carolyne Willow - Article 39

Lisa Smith - Research in Practice

Mark Neary

Mary Ryan

Brid Featherstone - University of Huddersfield

Lucy Dacey - Children's Society

Beth Tarleton - University of Bristol

Speaker from Shelter - tbc

Speaker from Women's Aid - tbc

In the afternoon there will be a choice of workshops.

Domestic Abuse:

This workshop will provide an overview of the evidence, systems and policy that demonstrate the challenges of working across children and adult services, together with the third sector.

Mental health and the impact on families

This workshop will explore the impact of mental health on the individual and their family. Providing the opportunity to consider impacts on both adults and children.

Poverty

Drawing on her research, Brid Featherstone will lead this workshop exploring poverty and its impact on families and their overall wellbeing, what we can do to support and enabling understanding of the real impact on all family members.

Exploitation

This workshop will explore commonalities in types of exploitation, as well as looking at the need for commonality of response in children and adult services.

Supporting parents with learning difficulties

This workshop will focus on how adults and children services can work together to support parents with learning difficulties and improve outcomes for their children. Led by Beth Tarleton from the University of Bristol it will draw on a recent study which investigated 'successful support' by three specialist services supporting parents with learning difficulties and show they put the Good Practice Guidance into practice.

Homelessness:

This workshop will look at the impact of homelessness on families and adults without families. Exploring ways of working with homeless people to support them.


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