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Social work evidence template (SWET): completed example

An example evidence template (SWET) to support social workers completing the form and presenting their analysis to court

Coronavirus: benefits and financial advice and information

Highlights recent changes to benefits introduced by the government in response to the Covid-19 outbreak.

Social work during the coronavirus pandemic: resources for practitioners

Information and links to resources on CC Inform and around the web to support social workers continue their work with children and families during the coronavirus pandemic

Private family proceedings: guide to the law

Explains the various types of private family law dispute that local authority social workers may become involved in, what form that could take and identifies points to be aware of from the relevant case law.

Deprivation of liberty and parental consent: Re D (A Child) [2019] UKSC 42

Social work supervision: podcast

Podcast discussion covering why supervision is important, whether supervision needs to be reflective and how supervision can help the children and families social workers work with.

Social work supervision: podcast transcript

Transcript of a podcast discussion covering why supervision is important, whether supervision needs to be reflective and how supervision can help the children and families social workers work with.

Section 20 (England)/Section 76 (Wales): putting the guidance from case law into practice

Life as a looked-after child: teenage life

Young people’s views and experiences around what it was like to be a teenager in care, issues of stigma, the importance of hobbies or interests and making and sustaining positive friendships and relationships.

Perpetration – the preconditions for sexually abusive behaviour

Explains Finkelhor's model of four pre-conditions to sexually abusive/offending behaviour in perpetrators to help practitioners understand how abuse can take place