Tis the season to be jolly! Many people feel excited about the festive season. It is a time for family, food, giving and celebration. It is easy to get caught
The varying effects of alcohol have been observed by human civilization for thousands of years. Its use is often varied, having a place in all levels of society and utilised consistently in medicine,
This year sees the return of National Autism Week, and the 10th Anniversary of the Autism Act in England. Pioneered by the National Autistic Society (NAS), the goal of National
We have all seen and heard the news that Ofsted has launched the consultancy into their revised inspection framework to potentially come into place in September 2019. Within the proposed
Accidents happen all the time, so the knowledge for what to do when an accident does happen is critical. This is more so the case when you become a parent.
When working with children or vulnerable adults, the number one priority is their safety. Safeguarding is the action that is taken to promote the welfare of children and vulnerable people
The phrases ‘self harm’ or ‘self injury’ are used to describe a wide range of behaviours. There are many misunderstandings related to these behaviours and the reasons why they occur.
Five myths about child sexual exploitation Three years after the revelation of the biggest child sexual exploitation (CSE) scandal that shocked the country and one year after the publication of
The Prevent duty is the duty in the Counter-Terrorism and Security Act 2015 on schools and childcare providers to have due regard for the need to prevent people from being
Should breakaway, restraint, safe or therapeutic holding and physical intervention training be offered to foster carers? Physical intervention should always be a last resort and de-escalation skills, proactive behavioural strategies