See the conference workshop presenter slides here
Helen Child - ASK Routine Enquiry
Carmin Firmin - Keynote speaker
Caroline Freeman – Mental Health and Those Who Perpetrate Intimate Violence (Mad, Bad or Sad)
Fiona Gingell - Childcare Court Process
Kye Herbert - Legalisation and Guidance update
Myira Khan - A Private Matter
Amy Owens-Davis - Deprivation of Liberty
Mina Shah - ADAM Project
Jackie Wilkinson - Learning Lessons
Safeguarding and promoting well-being in the context of sexual violence and domestic violence.
A unique (free) event bringing together practitioners, students and academics across disciplines to develop local knowledge and skills.
The third joint annual Leicester Safeguarding Adults and Children Board Conference is jointly hosted by the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences and the Faculty of Business and Law, Hugh Aston.
Tuesday November 4th 2014 | 9.30am - 4.45pm
Contact for this free event
Vanessa Bettinson (Academic contact)
Katie Scott (Administrative contact)
Aims of the Conference
• To launch Leicester Safeguarding Adults and Children Boards annual reports
• To host Leicester Safeguarding Adults and Children Boards annual conference.
• An opportunity for their practitioners to showcase what has been achieved and learned throughout the year in sexual violence and domestic violence services.
• To enable practitioners from Adults’ and Childrens’ services across the whole range of agencies to develop a sense of the links between Mental Health and well-being and Violence in a number of forms
• To offer practitioners a chance to reflect on how services and disciplines can work together more effectively to address the impact of sexual and domestic violence on mental health and well being of adults and children
• An opportunity to progress research in this area by developing links between providers, community practitioners, academics, students and the community
• To transfer knowledge from research to practice; and practice to research.
• To raise awareness of the roles of the respective Safeguarding Adults and Childrens Boards.
• To introduce students and enable students to forge links with local employers.
Please see the programme here.
Please see workshop programme information here.
LSCB Information and Research Digest
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