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We welcome anyone who works or volunteers with children, young people and their families across North Yorkshire

We have launched three new Mini Masterclasses to help you keep up to date with current developments surrounding safeguarding children and we welcome anyone who works or volunteers with children, young people and their families across North Yorkshire.

Outline
To provide professionals with updated information regarding the social, emotional, mental health services on offer within North Yorkshire.

Description
Colleagues from North Yorkshire’s Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and the HDFT Healthy Child Programme 0-19 service will provide an overview of the service offer for children and young people, outline the pathways to services and other available resources to support children’s social, emotional mental health needs.

Outcomes
“Understand the services available for Children and Young People
Know how to access these services
Gain additional knowledge about resources on offer to support Children and Young People

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Mini Masterclass Social, Emotional Mental Health

Outline
To provide professionals with updated information in development within the safeguarding of children arena for sharing within their teams.

Description
“Topics to be covered include:
Developments in Safeguarding
Learning from audits and reviews
Other topical subject to be announced

Outcomes
Enhanced knowledge in relevant and current safeguarding developments.

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Outline
Professionals working with children and young people have a significant power to shape how children and families are viewed through the language that they use in their everyday practice.

Description
This webinar will focus on the language used within the field of Child Exploitation. It will invite professionals to reflect on their use of language both written and verbal and the impact that this can have on children at risk or experiencing exploitation, as well as their families. It will focus on key areas such as the use of victim-blaming language, seeing experiences through a trauma informed lens, the complexity of children who may be both victims and perpetrators of abuse and the complexity of working with children who are subjected to extra-familiar harm.

Outcomes
To provide delegates with updated information and the use of language for sharing within their teams.

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