Working with parents of looked-after children: key tips for social workers

This article comprises a summary taken from Community Care Inform Children about working with parents of looked-after children. The full practice guidance content covers working well with parents, supporting behaviour change, assessment, rehabilitation and various practice models, examples, analysis and techniques. Inform Children subscribers can access the full content here.

The guide is written by Dan Martin, principal officer for social care at the National Children’s Bureau.

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