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Getting help to overcome abuse

Part of Children’s services

This quick guide, which is written from the perspective of young people who have experienced abuse and neglect, explains to young people what they should expect from services. It is based on recommendations from the NICE guideline on child abuse and neglect (NG 77) and has been developed with young people who have experienced abuse or neglect. It covers: recognising abuse and neglect, changes in feelings and behaviour young people may experience, lists key recommendations from the NICE guidance and provides advice on getting help. It also includes a young person’s account of abuse which highlights the difference the right support can make.

Using Serious Case Review Quality Markers to support quality

Part of Safeguarding children

This webinar provides an introduction to a set of 18 quality markers for use in children's case reviews and serious case reviews, which were developed as part of the Learning into Practice project. The webinar provides an overview of the rationale for the work, describes how the markers have been developed and how they might be used. The Quality Markers are intended to support commissioners and lead reviewers to commission and conduct high quality reviews. Covering the whole process, the quality markers provide a consistent and robust approach to SCRs and are informed by the existing knowledge base regarding investigations/reviews and organisational learning.

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