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IMPORTANCE OF EARLY INTERVENTION IN SAFEGUARDING
WHAT IS EARLY INTERVENTION?

Early Intervention is vital in the safeguarding of children, young people and vulnerable adults. In a time of shrinking budgets and increasing demand, early intervention promotes welfare, safety, development and societal stability at a huge cost saving. It also plays a part in preventing problems developing later, and goes a long way in attempting to rectify those which have already begun to manifest. Early Intervention it is at the heart of Working Together to Safeguard Children 2015.

When we think of identifying early problems for an individual or a family we can be guilty of working to a process, following guidelines and managing the issue without understanding the bigger picture. This isn’t uncommon in scenarios which offer a repeat of the same low-level issue in many daily scenarios.
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Yesterday we held a webinar based around wellbeing which I will share here but I wanted your answers to the questions we put to our panelist. 

1. How do you support your staff wellbeing?
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Hello everyone - just a reminder that we have a range of downloadable resource for you in the Downloads tab. We have recently uploaded 3 safeguarding posters suitable to any sectors. One for children, one for young people and another for parents. These posters are to help children and adults alike understand what safeguarding concerns are and encourage them to report anything that makes them feel uncomfortable to their safeguarding lead / person.

We have posters available in Welsh and English. 

You can find the files HERE

 
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Date: 8th February
Time: 3.45pm-4.30pm 

This month at The Safeguarding Company we are focused on staff mental health and wellbeing. We are holding a free safeguarding webinar on the 8th of February in which our safeguarding panel will discuss how education establishments can better support the mental health and wellbeing of their safeguarding leads and other school staff. Chaired by our Head of Community Relations Vikkey Chaffe, this webinar will discuss the importance of supporting school staff so they can better safeguard the children in their care. We will also share valuable resources to help with staff wellbeing.

Register for the webinar HERE
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