Practice Guidance

Safeguarding disabled children

Description_of_image_used_in_safeguarding_disabled_children_John_Birdsall_rexfeatures_2277359a Photo: John Birdsall/Rex (model released)


Learning points Understand why disabled children and young people are at greater risk of neglect and abuse and recognise the indicators to be aware of in your practice, whether in a specialist or mainstream team. Get advice on safeguarding disabled children in different practice contexts, including during routine assessments and reviews and when concerns arise within or outside […]

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