Practising in Kinship Care: The Perspectives of Specialist Social Workers

Kinship has launched a new report Practising in kinship care: the perspectives of social workers. on the views and experiences of social work practitioners specialising in kinship care. The research, conducted by Joan Hunt, Honorary Professor, Cardiff School of Law and Politics, is believed to be the first to focus on the views and experiences of social work practitioners working in kinship care, and has important implications for policy and practice 

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Improving Access in Mental Health South Tees

Healthwatch South Tees (HWST) needs your help to engage communities across Middlesbrough and Redcar & Cleveland. All responses will contribute to the development of Tees, Esk and Wear Valley NHS Foundation Trust (TEWV) mental health Community Transformation programme and inform the approach of the local Mental Health Alliance.

Carers are identified as one of the priority groups.