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Safeguarding disabled children: quick guide

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This is a quick guide providing key points to keep in mind when you are involved in safeguarding work with a disabled child. For more in-depth information and case examples, see Community Care Inform’s safeguarding disabled children practice guide and the working with disabled children knowledge and practice hub. Contents Reasons why disabled children are […]

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