I have worked in partnership to prevent the risk of abuse or neglect and stopped it from happening. I have worked to safeguard children and promote their welfare, which includes protecting them from maltreatment or things that are bad for their health or development; and making sure they grow up in circumstances that allow safe and effective care. I work in partnership with service users to support social integration, empowering them to lead meaningful and purposeful lives: promoting health outcomes, resilience, peer support, employment opportunities and self-determination. I am excited at the possibility to develop new skills, undertake more training and willing to take on any new challenge such as urine screening and handling body fluid
There are some ways that you can make it less stressful and a more rewarding experience: • Safe parenting. What is child protection and safeguarding? Children's Services that have a legal duty to protect children and young people who are at risk of abuse, whether this is physical, emotional, sexual, discriminatory or through neglect. Safeguarding Children Board is working to ensure there are effective methods for identifying, reporting, investigating and managing the protection of children. We take all allegations of abuse seriously and believe all children have the right to be safe and secure.
CHILDREN FIRST (2011) The Children first National Guidance for the protection and welfare of children and the accompanying child protection and Welfare Practice Handbook set out clearly how children should be protected. It ensures that all children are protected in all aspects of their lives where they live, learn, pray and play and that no child will ever be harmed and neglected. The key areas in the guidelines are as follows: • Definitions and Recognition of Child Abuse – It provides a basis for reporting concerns and standing reporting procedure. • Interagency Co-operation - Roles and responsibilities of organisations and personnel working with children. • It provides guidance for HSE children and Family Services and other professionals on how to deal with and report any form of abuse in the best interest of the child.
Task 1 They are manylegislation in place to help us safeguard our children. These are set in place to ake sure that the children to not come to any harm as well as to make sure that they have the best start to life and their education as we can give them by putting these in place we are making sure that the children are save at all times and make sure that they are being listend to and heard. The children Act 1989 is an act that is set in place to make sure that the child’s health and welfare are being looked after the correct way. This childrens act has put in five outcomes that everyone should stand by to help the children get the best start to their life .These five outcomes are: • Be healthy • Stay Safe • Enjoy and Achieve • Make positive
The main current legislation, guidelines, policies and procedure within UK Home Nation that affect the safeguarding of children and young people are the following: Children Act (1989) and (2004) The Children Act 1989 was created to create rules that childcare for working parents. It mainly promotes and protects the rights, health, and wellbeing of the children. The Children Act 2004 was later created when it was realised that the rules and services that had been set to protect the children were not enough. This act allows children to be given the extra protection that was proven to be necessary, such as the government being able to keep an electronic profile of all children in the UK that includes important details such as their name, address,
The United Nations Children’s Fund is a key player in cholera prevention, preparedness and response. The organization has been facilitating programs and activities to control cholera such as providing supplies and equipment, establishing rapid response alert systems, and restoring safe conditions in hurricane-affected treatment centers. Furthermore, UNICEF continues to support the Government by co-leading sectors in WASH, education and nutrition, and child protection. Through UNICEF’s cholera vaccination campaign, 807,395 people received the cholera vaccine (UNICEF, 2017) within six weeks post-Hurricane Matthew. During that time, UNICEF also increased its number of Immediate Response Teams (IRT) from 5 to 36 and were ready to deploy within 48 hours.
This also focuses attention on the important role of the key person/ key worker in a safeguarding high-quality care and learning experiences for young children. Practitioners have established that the mandatory welfare necessities are important for the early year’s basic safety, security and health. These also require to reassure parents and carers that their children will experience a good level of care in all settings. Each principle of the EYFS has four obligations which show practitioners which are putting the principle into practice, therefore supporting children in meeting the outcomes set out in the government’s programme for children, Every Child Matters which also supports the holistic development (Hughes and Doherty, 2009). However, some parts of the sector must have found it hard to provide the learning and development needs of the EYFS.
United Nations Convention of the rights of the child 1989. They have the right to be safe and looked after and children have the right to be protected from harm, injury, exploitation by those who look after them. Education Act 2002 governing bodies, head teachers, local education authority and those who work in schools to work together ensure the safeguard of children and are free from harm. Children Act 2006 out organisations working with children their duties and expectation work together to safeguard children. Children Act 1989 Parent and professionals looking after children ensure the safety of children Protection of children Act 1999 legislations to ensure a system is in place to list individuals who are unsuitable to work with children do not gain employment.
This act is a complete agenda for the safety and protection of children. It ensures that children’s welfare and needs are met through local authorities. Its main points include: The children’s welfare is most important, children need to be protected if they are in danger and children’s opinion matters and should be taken into account. In 2004 the act was made around the ‘every child matters’ framework. It has guidelines for the care and support of children: every child should be allowed to be healthy, children should be allowed to be safe in their own surroundings and aid children to enjoy and succeed in
These laws must be the preventive, punitive and restorative for the child victim of violence to obtain compensation of his/her rights violated. 3. Freedom of expression and opinion The implementation of freedom of expression and opinion is important for children. It allows them to be heard on their situation and resist against oppressive practices. By speaking openly their opinion in political or cultural contexts, children improve their status in society.
AC 2.1: The main features of social work provision for children. Social work aims to make provision for children in care, provide in regard to child welfare, and provision about regulation of social workers. The Children and Social Work Bill 18 May 2016, Social work ensures stability and safety of children, makes assessments of the effects of the past abuse on the child and reviews the current and likelihood of the future abuse. Places children into foster care if necessary and makes follows ups on looked after-children in foster care, orphanages and those who have been adopted to observe their integration and progress over time. Social work has the responsibility to safeguard children and young people from potential harm from anybody could be from family members, carers or others.
Responding to the evidence of safeguarding concerns it is extremely important for every one wo work with children or young people to fully understand their own responsibilities in relation to safeguarding issue one of the most important thing to remember is that if you ever have a concern about the welfare of child or young person you should always make those concerns know to an appropriate person. In most work situation that will be your manager or supervisor local safeguarding children board and statuary or organisation with operate with each local area to ensure the services co-operated promote the welfare of child and young person. Many children living is abusive or harmful situation or in constant state to anxiety and fear.it can be therefore
Child protection comes under the wider banner of safeguarding and promotes the welfare of children and young people. The term child protection tends to be used in regards to suspected harm or abuse of a child or young person. The term safeguarding refers to a safe working practice and ensuring that children and young people are kept safe and free from any form of significant harm. Safeguarding requires all agencies working with children, young people and their families to take reasonable measures to ensure that the risks of harm to children’s welfare are minimized
This may be for a short period of time or until they are an adult. It stands a challenge for professionals and a commitment is required when planning to meet positive outcomes for the child. For this type of research, obtaining different results from a multiple-choice questionnaire, face-to-face interviews and surveys for all the children will provide data to support children retaining their identity and establishing positive contact with adults and professionals. To illustrate, collecting all this data at the earliest possible stage, will enable vulnerable children to participate in relevant interventions like therapy sessions, CAMHS etc. In addition, using longitudinal studies follows the young person’s life through a 3-10 months’ time frame and allows the researcher to experience their participation in the care system.
The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) is a law ensuring services to children with disabilities throughout the nation. IDEA governs how states and public agencies provide early intervention, special education and related services to more than 6.5 million eligible infants, toddlers, children and youth with disabilities (http://idea.ed.gov/). The low now applies to infants and toddlers from birth through age two, young children (ages three through five), and older students through age twenty-one (Exceptional Lives Special Education in Today’s Schools). IDEA provide a free appropriate public education to all students with disabilities from birth to age twenty-one). A specific part of the law mandates public schools to create an