If so, we’d like to hear from you.
As practitioners we all want to provide the best services for children, young people and families. This includes not only constantly updating our knowledge and skills, but also identifying good practice, replicating it and embedding it into our everyday work.
As an LSCP we are keen to share these examples of good practice. We believe that we can all learn from each other and through our website want to provide a platform where all practitioners can benefit from the experience of others.
Whatever your role, if you work with children and young people or if you manage a staff team and have an example of good practice, we’d like to hear from you.
Get in touch via email in the first instance, with a brief overview of your example of good practice. Tell us what difference it made and how it helped you in your work with children and families. Please don’t include any information that would identify a family.
You don’t need to go into too much detail at this stage.
Examples of good practice could include:
- The tools or techniques you have used to build a positive relationship with a child or young person
- What were the elements that provided a positive outcome for a family with complex needs/ resistant families or where substance misuse is a feature?
- Examples where you have found that your learning and development has resulted in providing a positive outcome or an improved service
- Examples of engaging with fathers
- What techniques have helped you to work with parents with additional needs?
- Examples of good practice of working with minority groups or children at risk or experiencing exploitation
- How have you helped young people transition into adulthood?
This list is not exhaustive.
Learning and sharing examples of good practice helps us all to provide the best services for children, young people and families. We look forward to hearing from you. Email your suggestions to: email@example.com