16th March 2018 16th March 2018

Details

Location:
Anna Freud National Centre for Children & Families Map
Length:
4 hours
Times:
10.00 - 14.00

Price

£0.00

Free

Places available

About this course

 

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Mental Health Across multiple agencies, working with complex high risk/high need young people.

This is the second of a series of seminars being delivered by the AFNCCF, that aims to draw on emerging evidence, findings from practice and on the experience of developing new ways of working, to better understand and address the needs of looked after children and children on the edge of care.

Drawing on the innovative research and practice work currently being developed by the AFNCC, along with contributions from other organisations involved in developing innovative work in this area, these seminars will provide an opportunity to explore new approaches and the implications of these for wider practice within social care organisations, for those working with children and young people who have experienced maltreatment and trauma.

The aims of this seminar, is to provide an opportunity to explore the experience and learning from a number of very different projects/programmes aimed at addressing the needs of young people with complex high risk/high need behaviours, in order to draw together learning from these approaches, to review the implications of these for agencies working with young people with complex needs.

  • Early Years Parenting Unit: Delivering a multi-agency response, in close collaboration with Social Care, to addressing the complex needs of young parents with emerging Personality Disorder: Dr Duncan Mclean and Minna Daum AFNNCF
  • Brighter Futures:  Delivering an effective multi-agency response to addressing the needs of young people with complex and challenging needs. Implications for practice:  Dorothy Duffy: Strategic Co-ordinator & Programme Lead -Brighter Futures, Ealing
  • AMBIT - learning from AMBIT's work with highly challenging and complex young people; what are the implications from AMBIT for agencies working with high risk/high cost young people on the edge of care or offending. Dr Dickon Bevington and Dr Peter Fuggle AFNCCF

These seminar are aimed at senior strategic and operational managers from children's social services.

The timetable for this event is:

10.00-10.30: Registration;

10.30-11.30:  Delivering a multi-agency response, in close collaboration with Social Care, to addressing the complex needs of young parents with emerging PD (Early Years Parenting Unit): What are the implications for the learning from this service for agencies working with this challenging group of parents? Dr Duncan Mclean and Minna Daum 

11.30-12.30: Ealing  - Brighter Futures.  Developing effective multi-agency approaches to addressing the needs of young people with complex and challenging needs. Implications for practice:  Dorothy Duffy

12.30-1.30:  AMBIT - learning from AMBIT's work with highly challenging and complex young people; what are the implications from AMBIT for agencies working with high risk/high cost young people on the edge of care or offending? Dr Dickon Bevington and Dr Peter Fuggle

1.30-2.00: Lunch (please specify any dietary requirements in the special requirements section of the booking form).