Assessing and Responding to Neglect: Graded Care Profile 2

Date & Time:

Thursday 14 November 2019 (13:30 - 16:30)

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Venue:

Mercure Burford Bridge Hotel, Tithe Barn Boxhill Dorking RH5 6BX

Detail:

Assessing and Responding to Neglect: Graded Care Profile 2

Neglect can have serious and long lasting impact on a child’s physical, emotional, social wellbeing across their lifespan. It can include anything from leaving a child home alone to the very worst cases where a child dies from malnutrition or being denied the care they need. It can cause permanent disabilities and limit life opportunities. The implications of neglect for children are often minimised. The signs and symptoms of harm may not be obvious, but may become apparent later in adolescence or adulthood. It is often over time that the risk of harm to a child/young person becomes significant harm due to the cumulative nature of neglect.

GCP2 event 14 Nov 2019 AM Surrey outline

GCP2 event 14 Nov 2019 PM Surrey outline


Aim of event
•    To highlight the importance of all agencies recognising neglect and intervening early to support/protect children and young people in Surrey.
•    Understand the Surrey picture, looking at the impact of neglect and learning from case reviews
•    Launch of the NSPCC Graded Care Profile 2 (GCP2) pilot. An assessment tool to support practitioners identify neglect, work with families and take action to protect children and work together effectively.
•    Learning from Luton LSCB who have implemented the GCP2 across the partnership.


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Further Information:

Trainer:

Jane Donson

Venue Details:

Mercure Burford Bridge Hotel, Tithe Barn Boxhill Dorking RH5 6BX

(020 7660 0684)

Trains: nearest train station is Boxhill & Westhumble – 5min walk across road from hotel


Dorking station – approx 20min walk or 5min drive


Some parking is available at the hotel however we recommend travel by public transport and car share if possible.