Practice Guidance

Working Together 2015: how it affects your social work role

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Introduction

Contents How does Working Together 2015 operate? Are there any hard-edged requirements? Early help assessments Referrals, thresholds, statutory assessments and interventions Local assessment protocols Plans and reviews Child protection procedures Organisational responsibilities Local safeguarding children boards What is the status of Working Together 2015? Supplementary guidance What about Wales? How does Working Together 2015 operate? In general terms, Working Together 2015, like the 2013 version, is far less prescriptive than the old (2010) guidance. Much of it sets out general principles, that will be familiar to anyone working in children’s […]

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