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Partnership Working And Management
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...Partnership influence can be visibly notified through number of functions and traits of joint collaboration such as the membership scenario, the organizational structure and culture. Past researches have revealed the fact that partnerships require a structure that is well acknowledged and autonomous in nature in order to give partnership proper identity. Partnership working is taken to be as a contradictory approach. For instance in a study conducted by Waine, Tunstill and Meadows (2005), in terms of services to be imparted to children, the conflict among the need and abstinence of partnership is figured out. Young people are considered to be prospective... ?Does the success of partnership working rely...
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PARTNERSHIP WORKING AND MANAGEMENT
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...Partnership influence can be visibly notified through number of functions and traits of joint collaboration such as the membership scenario, the organizational structure and culture. Past researches have revealed the fact that partnerships require a structure that is well acknowledged and autonomous in nature in order to give partnership proper identity. Partnership working is taken to be as a contradictory approach. For instance in a study conducted by Waine, Tunstill and Meadows (2005), in terms of services to be imparted to children, the conflict among the need and abstinence of partnership is figured out. Young people... to arise, making things more intricate and complex (Secker & Hill...
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Working with children,young people and families
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...Working with Children, Young People and Families Introduction: Assessment and decision making processes are two of the most fundamental process when dealing with cases pertaining young people, children and their families. Particularly, they are very crucial when dealing with child welfare issues as they help in careful planning to ensure that the children under significant harm or risk (maltreated) needs are taking into account. However, most of the assessments and the decision making processes put forth by social workers while dealing with child welfare cases do not meet the criterion needed to induct the necessary decisions and interventions that will determine how safe the children... in...
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Review and Critical Evaluation of the Concept of Inter-Agency and Partnership Working within United Kingdom Children Services
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...Children in England: A Case Study Using Realistic Evaluation. International Journal of Integrated Care, Vol. 10, pp. 1-12. Royal College of General Practitioners, 2011. Safeguarding Children & Young People. A Toolkit for General Practice. [Online] Available at: http://www.rcgp.org.uk/pdf/CIRC_2Safeguarding%20Children%20Young%20PeopleA%20Toolkit%20for%20General%20Practice.pdf [Accessed August 19, 2012]. SAGE Publications, 2008. The Origin, Concept and Principles of Multi-Agency Partnership Working. Chapter 1. [Online] Available at: http... ?Review and Critical Evaluation of the Concept of Inter-Agency and Partnership Working Within United Kingdom Children (Safeguarding) Services Table of Contents 1 Table...
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Integrated Approaches to Working With Children and Young People
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...Working with Children and Young People Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Introduction 3 Contribution of Different professionals or Individuals 4 Individuals and Professionals Providing Integrated Services to Jordan 8 Factors Improving Integrated Working 9 Conclusion 11 References 12 Introduction Children and youths are demonstrated to be at risk of neglects but there are certain incidents that might be more risky and thus hamper the growth of children. Practitioners or professionals who are involved with providing integrated services to children should monitor these risky situations as well as formulate plans to minimise them by a greater extent (Oliver & Pitt, 2011... ?Integrated Approaches to...
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Integrated approaches to working with children and young people
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...Working with Children and Young People Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Introduction 3 Contribution of Different professionals or Individuals 4 Individuals and Professionals Providing Integrated Services to Jordan 8 Factors Improving Integrated Working 9 Conclusion 11 References 12 Introduction Children and youths are demonstrated to be at risk of neglects but there are certain incidents that might be more risky and thus hamper the growth of children. Practitioners or professionals who are involved with providing integrated services to children should monitor these risky situations as well as formulate plans to minimise them by a greater extent (Oliver & Pitt, 2011... Integrated Approaches to...
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Promoting Emotional Wellbeing in Working with Children and Young People
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...Children, schools and Families., 2010. Promoting the emotional health of children and young people: Guidance for Children’s Trust partnerships, including how to deliver NI 50. Nottingham: DCFS Publications. Department for Children, schools and Families., 2009. Safe. Sensible.Social. Tackling alcohol fuelled youth anti-social behaviour and crime. Nottingham: DCFS... ?Introduction Emotions are the most important aspects of personality and behavior pattern of human being. Healthy and positive emotions help people to adapt to their circumstances and surroundings effectively. Healthy emotions lead to development of positive and socially acceptable behavior pattern in a person. Hence, emotional well being is...
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Promoting Emotional Wellbeing in Working with Children and Young People
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...young people at every stage of their decision making in education becomes a responsibility of people working in the program (Lumby and Foskett 2005, p.104). Moreover, parent’s role has been identified in school performance of a child. A study by Ball et al. (2001) has revealed that level of parent’s education is an important factor in choices that parents make for their children (Lumby and Foskett 2005, p.113). Foskett et al. (2004) has found that on children from high SES localities, parents have more... ?Introduction Teenage is the most wonderful and interesting period in human being’s life. It is this phase which marks the development of a person from childhood into youth. Teenagers go through...
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Effective communication is the most essential element of successful partnership working
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...partnership working, the role of effective communication can widely be recognised to be one of the major elements for the partners in order to achieve desired outcomes. An effective communication process in the partnership program enables to obtain significant benefits to accomplish overall objectives, and it also provides efficient support to sustain effective understanding among the partners (Fitzgerald & Kay, 2008). The concept of partnership programme is usually... ? Effective Communication is the Most Essential Element of Successful Partnership Working Table of Contents Introduction 3 Partnership Working and its Importance 4 Policies and Practices of Effective Partnership Working 5 Characteristics...
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Young People & Physical Activity
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...works with the Sport England on the basis of offer termed ‘the Five Hour Offer’ (Youth Sport Trust, 2010). In this offer, they focus on increasing the number of teenage participants who are at the age of sixteen. It also focuses on its ambitions to develop a network of modern sports club for young people in societies in partnership with national governing bodies of the UK, which would be one of the key components of this evolution. A trial for these evolutions will be encouraging participations from the young people between the ages 5 years to 16 years old in the attributed clubs of the in national governing body (Trimble & Et. Al., 2009). The two government departments i.e... opportunities...
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Childcare studies (Working with Children)
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...Working with Children In the recent times, research has clearly demonstrated the importance of early years in the development of children and their future successes. Consequently, research has also demonstrated the importance and remuneration of high quality early childhood education and care (ECEC). Studies conducted have also demonstrated that the growth of early education programs in several countries have produced benefits for kids at school-entry, in puberty and later in adulthood (Devereaux & Miller 2003, pg. 67). Together with the drive to allow parents (more so mothers) to enter and remain in the workforce of...
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Working with people and organisations
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...work, how I have been able to look after children, foster careers, and birth families and professionals. I will highlight the importance of learning whilst on the Working with People and Organisations Module and how these strategies have assisted me whilst on placement. 
Also, good social work practice, ethics, morals, values, differing professional relationships, theories, legislations, evaluations, preventions, benefits and challenges were all encountered and experienced on placement. Furthermore preventative strategies and dilemmas were encountered. When... outcomes for all children and young people. Every Child Matters (ECM) is a...
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Understanding children and young people
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...children. Understanding all of these, the tasks of the parents, guardians, educators, leaders and social workers to mold and influence children positively in accordance with the right values of the society are given importance as such are significant in building up a better society. Appendix Works Cited Fraser, S., Lewis, V., Ding, S., Kellett, M., and Robinson,C. (2004). Doing Research with Children and Young people. London: SAGE Publications Inc. James, A., Jenks, C., and Prout, A. (1998). Theorizing Childhood. Cambridge: Polity Press. Lacey, N,. (1998). Image and Representation. New...
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Working with people and organisations
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...work, how I have been able to look after children, foster careers, and birth families and professionals. I will highlight the importance of learning whilst on the Working with People and Organisations Module and how these strategies have assisted me whilst on placement. ?Also, good social work practice, ethics, morals, values, differing professional relationships, theories, legislations, evaluations, preventions, benefits and challenges were all encountered and experienced on placement. Furthermore preventative strategies and dilemmas were encountered. When... outcomes for all children and young people. Every Child Matters (ECM) is a...
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Relationships in working with young people
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...Working with Young People Relationships play a vital role in a working environment especially in enhancing communication. Most organisations that have a healthy relationship with the youth perform better as opposed to organisations that do not strengthen their relationships. As such, it is a prudent factor to consider sprouting relationships in a working environment to improve on the general performance. With such directives, there will be relay of information from all corners of the organisation to the concerned parties. This will ensure there is smooth operation, and running of the organisation will be easy. Many organisations have been on the forefront in ensuring... and pragmatic. They...
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Do We Really Listen To Young Children An Investigation into The Importance of Listening to Young Children In Early Years Sittin
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...children and about how children feel about themselves. Also, listening to young children is a vital part of establishing respectful relationships with the children we work with and is central to the learning process in early years of child sitting. “Listening is important for the children who are being listened to but also for the adults who are listening, whether at home or outside the home, in an early years setting, a school, at a local authority level or in national government.” (Clark, 2008, p.1). Who benefits: The answer to the question as to who benefits from such a meaningful interaction or listening with the young children is so simple. The children... ?Do We Really Listen To Young Children? An...
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Working with people and organisations 2
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...Working with people and organisations 2  In this essay I will reflect on my role as a Social Worker with a Private Fostering Agency. I will define expectations of good social work and how I have been able to look after children, foster carers, birth families and professionals. I will highlight the importance of learning whilst on the Working with People and Organisations Module and how these strategies have assisted me whilst on placement. ?Also, good social work practice, ethics, morals, values, differing professional relationships, theories, legislations, evaluations, preventions, benefits and challenges were all encountered and experienced on placement. A number of preventative strategies...
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Working with People via Mentoring
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...work. Integrate them and refer to them in your text and label them as Figure 1, Figure 2, etc and give each one a title. It is important that the emphasis in your assignment (which is at Level 3) as a whole is on the higher level academic skills of reflection, discussion, analysis and evaluation rather than on mere description. Working with People via Mentoring Introduction What makes organizations effective and enduring How come many organisations that were founded by great leaders did not close when that leader died or left Are those secrets to institutional success available to beginning... Please the following important points about the assignment The contextual background of your chosen...
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Listening to children and young people
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...Children and Young People’s Specialist Services (SG 2009a); Equally Well, Report of the Ministerial Task Force on Health Inequalities (SG 2008c); The Education Acts 2004 & 2009- Consultation on Changes to the Secondary Legislation and Supporting Children’s Learning Code of Practice (SG 2009b); Better Together- Scotland’s Patient Experience Program, Based on Children and Young People’s Experience (SG 2009c); Partnership working between allied health professionals and education; working collectively to enhance outcomes for children and young people (SG 2010c); Implementing Getting It Right For Every... Listening to Children and Young People Department: Listening Listening is defined as an active activity...
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Understanding children and young people - youth identity
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...young people. In essence, the two-way mechanism works well if all-out efforts are paid on to the respective realms of growth and development for the sake of the physically disabled children. Bibliography Doubet, S., 2011. History of early childhood special education. Advances in Special Education, 21 Fulk, B., 2011. The history of physical and health impairments. Advances in Special Education, 21 Green, J., 2011. Transforming children's health spaces into learning places. Health Education, 111(2) Mullan, B., 2011. Children's perceptions of obesity as explained by the common sense model of...
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Developing work with children and young people
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...Work with Children and Young People As an informal educator working with children and the youth, I and my fellow youth workers handle arguably one of the most crucial sections of the society. The growth and development of the current children and youth determines how they will raise the future generations. Thus, working with these two age groups entails several values including sensitivity to their plight, understanding the challenges facing them in the contemporary world and being responsive to their needs. In light of this, Brandon’s (1990) statement that “The real kernel of all our help, that which renders it effective, is compassion”.... is underpinned in working with the youth... Developing Work...
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Working in Partnership Essay
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...Working in Partnership Children in Northern Ireland (CiNI) Working in partnership provides an individual to find a way to meet his needs by combining and contemplating all the required services. This discussion is about Children in Northern Ireland (CiNI) which is a regional umbrella body for the children's sector in Northern Ireland. Here CiNI provides the best outcomes for children by working in partnership with all those who are committed to improving the lives of children and young people in Northern Ireland. Working together in partnership The best example of CiNI, working on integrated partnership is on Families Matter. The families matter has delivered appropriate seamless... 9 Jan 2008...
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Report: You must address the report title given below and write a critical review of it drawing on relevant theory, policy and ethical issues, organisational frameworks and partnership working (2,500 words). You have been asked, as a new member of staff
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...young people with learning disabilities and ultimately contribute much to their well-being. Educators, therapists, psychologists, speech pathologists, physicians, social workers and even government officials join hands in the care and education of these young people to ensure their optimum growth and development. Benefits of Partnership Working A review of school-based interventions in the UK to enhance children’s and youth’s well-being suggests that schools can play a valuable role in providing a base for partnership working and multi-agency support for children and families within local communities (Pugh & Stratam, 2006). Pettit (2003) reports measurable... Successful Partnership Working is...
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Learning and development in working with young people
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...young people overcome the challenges. Anticipated Outcomes to Staff and Young People Young people will benefit from learning what they chose to do in their natural environment. They will engage in the learning process through participation hence developing early experience from the work they do. It will also promote their activities in the learning process because they enjoy what they do as they chose it themselves and are passionate... Part Main features of Madcap people Describe Madcap Madcap is a centre with projects that involves youngsters with ideas to express and things to do but lacks the means and abilities to accomplish them. The centre helps in modeling what young people already have an...
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Identify the key influences on the health and well being of Young people 13-19 years in westminster
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...people’s needs and develop importance and plans to address these needs successfully (NHS, 2005). The Local Preventative Strategy (LPS) According to Local Preventative Strategy for Children and Young People’s 2003-2006, is the long-term plan for Westminster which intends how the children and young people who are born, raised, educated and find work in the City will get assistance to aid them attain their full potential all through their lives. The plan take care of all children and young people from birth to the age of 19 and meet along with the Children & Young Peoples deliberate Plan, providing a precise focus on prevention and early intervention... Identify the Key Influences on the Health and Well...
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Working with young children from 16 to 36 months
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...children words don’t need to change) Essay Task Portfolio – Working with young children from 16 to 36 months The portfolio will include tasks and evidence of applying theoretical aspects of early childhood pedagogy to practice and reflective commentary. You may choose to include photographs, observations and evidence of activities carried out (to include one out of the setting context). Your portfolio should be well supported by theory and your own critical reflections. Present and communicate complex... information and ideas verbally and in written form, using specialist vocabulary where appropriate.? Critically identify, assess, select and use information from a wide range of sources....
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Working in Partnership
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...work together in unison to meet the users’ needs. Just as people’s needs and desires change overtime, partnerships therefore, should conform to changes in these needs and provide the solutions as needed... Working in Partnership Working in Partnership The purpose and objectives in working in partnership is basically a requirement of legislation and policy formulation in health and social issues. The aims of studying the concepts of partnership in health and social care are to give learners a chance to explore different levels of partnership. It strengthens the users to know the implementation of working in partnership vis a vis other service users, organizations and professionals. Getting access to...
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Working in Partnership
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...Working in Partnership Introduction Partnership is defined a type of business where parties or the partners involved share losses and profits of the business where all the parties have invested. Limited partnership in United Kingdom consists of one or more people that can be termed as general partners. All of them are liable for obligations and the debts that are incurred. One or more persons who are involved are called limited partners. They contribute money or property of a certain stated amount which is used in the entire business. (Belien, 2000) Partnership concepts and collaboration...
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WORKING IN PARTNERSHIP REFLECTION
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...working inter-professionally within a multidisciplinary team, to achieve the best patient-centred care. The reflection will demonstrate developments achieved, and the knowledge gained around this area along with the benefits of working in partnership. Again, to maintain confidentiality and protect autonomy, the patient’s name has been changed to Jessica and the hospital as Royal Ground Mental Unite. This complies with the NMC professional code of conduct (2008). The Royal College... of Nursing (RCN 2007) argues that Inter-professional collaboration looks at teamwork, communication, professionalism and modern issues that influence practice at present. According to Kendall & Lissauer (2003)...
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Literature review of youth/young people homelessness (uk)
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...people sleeping on the roads during 1998. There are constant efforts being made by the government to end the rough sleeping in the country by 2012 (Communities, 2009). Figure 2: Rough Sleeping In England (Homeless LINK – Rough Sleeping, 2007) The Youth Homelessness and the information of ‘The National Youth Homelessness Scheme’ were launched on 18th October 2007. On children’s day 14 November 2006, the government had taken a number of steps to ensure that the youth homelessness be completely eradicated by 2010. Young people generally refer to people between the ages of 16 – 25 years... Youth Homelessness in United Kingdom Submitted by: XXXXXXXX Number: XXXXXXX of XXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXX XXXXXX Subject Code:...
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Working in Partnership
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...work together in unison to meet the users’ needs. Just as people’s needs and desires change overtime, partnerships therefore, should conform to changes in these needs and provide the solutions as needed. One... ? Working in Partnership Working in Partnership The purpose and objectives in working in partnership is basically a requirement of legislation and policy formulation in health and social issues. The aims of studying the concepts of partnership in health and social care are to give learners a chance to explore different levels of partnership. It strengthens the users to know the implementation of working in partnership vis a vis other service users, organizations and professionals. Getting access...
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Understanding Children and Young People - Analysis of Childhood Images
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...children. Understanding all of these, the tasks of the parents, guardians, educators, leaders and social workers to mold and influence children positively in accordance with the right values of the society are given importance as such are significant in building up a better society. Appendix Works Cited Fraser, S., Lewis, V., Ding, S., Kellett, M., and Robinson,C. (2004). Doing Research with Children and Young people. London... UNDERSTANDING CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE ANALYSIS OF CHILDHOOD IMAGES of School and Location) (Date of Submission) Children studies in the field of psychology and the wider sociological perspective reveal many interesting themes of discussion about children. Th...
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Policing Partnership in UK
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...benefits of the police departments completing their tasks in line with the assistance of the UK DH or Department of Health in protecting young children and vulnerable adults who have been and who could be future victims of crime offences.3 To know how the UK-DH is practically clarified as a part of the policing partnership program, a discussion on the background of the policing program shall be discussed herein to enlighten the system used by the organizations to establish a fine connection between each other that could cause surmountable... Policing Partnership in UK EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The policing system in UK is practically guided by the lawful guidance created by the government. The undeniable truth...
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Identify and analyse the aims, impact and outcomes of increasingly integrated ways of working in childrens services on children and their families
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...Working together for children?’ in Foley, P. and Rixon, A. (eds) Changing children’s services: working and learning together, Bristol, The Policy Press/Milton Keynes, The Open University. 2008 Scottish Executive. Insight 7: Key Findings from the National Evaluation of the New Community Schools Pilot Programme in Scotland, 2003 available online at , accessed on 9th September 2008 Townsley, R., Abbott, D. and Watson, D. Making a Difference?, Bristol, The Policy Press. 2004 Turner, C. Are You Listening? What Disabled Children and Young People in Wales Think About the Services They Use, Cardiff, Welsh Assembly 2003 Audio transcript of Chris Young. KE312 Audio Chris Young... Aims, Impact and...
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Community work: what impact do you think youth work has on the lives of young people
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...young people’s needs and priorities (The NYA Guide: p.5). The above document was updated in 2002, specifying standards of youth work provision, setting timeline targets and covering elements such as the percentage of young people reached, staffing, professional development and resources (p.7). The Principles Underpinning Youth Work: The National Youth Agency works according to the following principles and beliefs: 1. All people have rights and liberties including the right to be heard and be free from oppression. 2. All people have skills, knowledge and experience that they can use for the benefit of themselves and others. 3... COMMUNITY WORK: YOUTH WORK AND ITS IMPACT ON THE LIVES OF YOUNG...
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1. When working with children, young people and families over a prolonged period of time professional boundaries may become blurred. What do you understand by the term Professional Boundaries Discuss how these boundaries are maintained by you as a chi
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...Children and Other Professional Boundaries: Relationships among Nurses, Children and Other Clients Introduction The ability to maintain professional boundaries in a patient/client- nurse relationship is among the key competencies in the nursing profession. This declaration is however simple in theory, but not as straightforward in practice. By working with each other, the nurse and the client develops familiarity, trust and the urge to help each other. If the nurse lacks a general understanding of what professional boundaries should be, then the integrity of the nurse-client relationship maybe jeopardized... Running Head: PROFESSIONAL BOUNDARIES Professional Boundaries: Relationships among Nurses,...
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Parents views on play in the education of young children in the Foundation Stage
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...children investigate how things work and how people react (Holland, 2003). Toys and other objects are explored freely by toddlers and in contrast to educational materials, which are designed by adults to expect certain responses from children, objects that encourage free play stimulate the child’s thinking and develop creativity (Holland, 2003). Play can also benefit physical development by developing gross and fine motor skills and social development. As children play with other children or adults, they get to know how other people behave, think and feel and children’s social competence is reflected... This study explores parents’ views on play in the education of young children in the Foundation...
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Discuss the key challenges for social workers in working in partnership with parents and protecting children in Northern Ireland
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...Children (Northern Ireland) order 1995 became law. They motivate mother and father and kids to work in partnership with a monitoring official (Education Well being Officer) to benefit both the kid and close relatives members (Newhill, p.78). 9. The Criminal Justice (Children) Order 1998 described the preparations for working with kids and teenagers who offend (10 - 17 years of age). The Justice Act 2002 presented a range of innovative new ways for dealing with kids who offend, the most significant being youngsters conference... Challenges for Social Workers Working in Partnership with Parents and Protecting Children in Northern Ireland By Professors name University name City, state ...
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Community Involvment and Partnership Working
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...work to involve, specific interest groups like young people, old people, disabled people, minority ethnic groups, and others. Government policy in relation to sustainable regeneration and neighbourhood renewal Urban regeneration police of the UK Labour government have been defined by the report of the Urban Task Force which was chaired by Architect Lord Richard Rogers... COMMUNITY INVOVLEMENT AND PARTNERSHIP WORKING Partnership working between the community and other agencies The modern concept of community development has taken root in the involvement and participation of the community in development. There have been consorted efforts between the community and other developmental agencies in helping...
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Home-School Partnership In Education Of Mentaly Students
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...working collaboratively with the families of the students regardless of the language barrier. This is very encouraging of the schools in their pursuit of educational development for the mentally retarded. Schools promotes family and community participation in the development process of this student. Participation is key to the changing of perception that most people carry against the students (Cunningham, 1999). The schools also recognize the fact that different families have varied ways of helping their children , thus providing multiple participation options for them. The schools provide the much needed resources that support the partnership for the common development... Home-School Partnership...
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Learning Through Partnership (Education)
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...people who are concerned with the child encounter and discuss what can be done to further the interests of the child. V. CONCLUSION Parental involvement in education has various definitions. But at its core is the incorporation of the role of the parents in the education of their children which is not bounded only in the home setting but that it moves in the school setting with the explicit participation of the society for it benefits the child in particular and the society in general. It is supported by social theory and cultural theory. However, parental involvement is plagued... EDUCATION I. INTRODUCTION Globalization has created a dis that is perceptible not only in the realm of market economy, but...
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How can cognitive behaviour therapy be modified to fit the needs of young children
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...children social skills may at times fail due to compromised support from their environments. However, continued reference to concepts of fairness and safety of other people work in halting violent actions in young children. The inclusion of the school and the parent has also demonstrated great success. The teachers are advised on management by being trained on positive teaching methods. As the parents work on the child’s behavior from home the teachers use their learned teaching skills to control conduct disorder in a child. Most problem solving skills trainings aim at helping the child understand that every other person... HOW CAN COGNITIVE BEHAVIOUR THERAPY BE MODIFIED TO FIT THE NEEDS OF YOUNG...
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Policeman or friend Dilemmas in working with homeless young people article provided
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...working with homeless young people This dilemma is staged in a hostel that houses homeless young people in the United Kingdom. It is qualitative in nature because it gives detailed facts and figures on events that lead to the dilemma and the report consequently establishes the phenomenon behind the dilemma. The main issue in the spotlight is the relationship between staff employed at the hostels and the residents who are the homeless youths. To establish the qualitative and quantitative aspect of the report, a semi-structured interview was conducted on twelve residents and ten key workers at the hostel facility. The main questions under consideration... al Affiliation: Policeman or friend? Dilemmas in...
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The Role of Activating Home-school Partnership in Education of Mentally Retarded and Its Effect
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...partnership helps the family to appreciate who their children are and accept them in society (Erickson & Yoder, 2003). This works to increase the morale of the students and have them feel a sense of belonging. The families with the inclusion help by telling the students why that they are talented and skilled in different fields. This should be done to avoid harmful relations or descriptions of their behavior as this demoralizes them. The home-school partnership helps family to facilitate the improvement of the children with severe conditions. The families change the perception of the society on the disability and the way the students are viewed. This thus makes... ? Home-School Partnership In Education...
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Multi-Agency Practice for Children
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...children, young people, and their families. In that, safeguarding means keeping children safe from harm, such as, illness, abuse, or injury. HM Government (2006) Working Together to Safeguard Children states that it not only involves protecting children from maltreatment, it also prevents impairment of children's health so as to ensure that they are growing in an environment of safe... Multi-Agency Practice for Children Introduction Throughout the 1990s there had been an increasing emphasis on the need for joined-up government and inter-departmental co-operation, but the literature on the promotion of joint working in the area of social welfare used terms such as ‘collaboration’, ‘co-ordination’, ‘inter-...
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Role, Significance and Impact of Multi-Agency Working in Childcare
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...Working in Childcare Multi-agency working has had a positive impact on children, young people and families. This has resulted in several positive outcomes in their lives overall. School staff working jointly with child and adolescent mental health services confirms that joint work leads to improved happiness and well-being in children (Improving outcomes for children 2007). Children are able to develop learning skills, leading to their improved academic achievements (Pettit, cited in Improving outcomes for children 2007). Marked improvement has also been noted in children's behaviour with better peer relationships. The different services involved in multi... Role, Significance and Impact of Multi-Agency...
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Education Children Services Analysis
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...Children that are in contact with welfare services have the ability to develop their own grass root organizations and this is evident in the campaigns that have been carried out by regional young Carers projects. Children from Looked After care system have also been actively involved with the National association of young People and such an organization focuses on promoting awareness and campaigns on issues such as restrains by social care workers. Circle time is an approach the enables children participation even though it raises several practical issues that need consideration when undertaking participatory work with the group... ? Education Education Children often ask adults for guidance, respect and ...
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Critically discuss the key issues involved in studying children and young people
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...children and young people The study of young people and children is indeed exciting in the fact that it creates a sense of invigoration for the people. The children are very impressionable in their minds as they aim to look at life’s different manifestations in a number of ways. Children are inquisitive because they want to know a good deal about things they have no knowledge about. They get attracted to colors and pictures, and thus understand how different figures and numbers are represented to them. What is most interesting about the children and young people is the fact that they are continuously evolving, and that they want to grab... their own attention through different pieces of...
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What Are The Implications For Social Workers In Combating Re-Offending Among Children And Young People
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...partnerships and pathways that allow the case manager to access and coordinate the required services and resources and to effectively enact the legitimate authority conferred by the court and developed in and through the working relationship (McNeill et. al., 2005).’ Chapter 7 Preventing Juvenile Re-offending Social workers except building strategies have also closely worked with psychologists to create preventive measures to deal with re-offending among children and young people. There came a host of suggestions to create considerable changes. Some of them are – 1) Parental Education... ? What are the implications for social workers in combating re-offending among children and young people? Table of...
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Education Business Partnership
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...young people from Newham. The scheme provides three outstanding students with 3000 for each of the three years of their university course. The scheme runs for three consecutive years with the final intake of students graduating in 2008 Partnerships. Birch W (1988) The zone has a very close working relationship with Newham LEA... Introduction Education Business Partnership is a household phenomenal in the London's Newham Borough. This resulted into the creation of the Newham EAZ, popularly known as the 4e Partnership. Created in 1999 following a successful bid led by the LEA. Twelve core partners, including Arthur Andersen Consulting, British Telecom, Bull Information Systems and Capita Business...
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