Join us in celebrating frontline social work with children and families at our FREE conference for professionals……

FREE conference for professionals who work with children and families

We recognise this is a time of challenge for the social work profession and statutory social work in particular, set against a backdrop of welfare reform, marketisation of services and austerity measures. This is why we are hosting a free conference for those professionals on the real ‘frontline’, to say thankyou for your continued commitment to a very difficult job.

We invite you to a day to stop, think, reflect and hopefully learn with your peers.

Whilst we know professional practice is not without its problems , we also know there are highly committed and motivated professionals in practice, who, in spite of the challenges they face on a day-to-day basis, seek to make a positive contribution to children and families lives. So come and meet with us, and others, to share your experiences and knowledge.

The conference is just the start, for those attending there will be further opportunity to register for another future event we have organised for practitioners focused on domestic violence.

For more details about the conference and to reserve your free ticket click here

Together we can make a difference. Please share this information, we want as many professionals as possible to be part of this event.

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About digalpin

I gained my social work qualification from the University of Southampton and worked for 14 years in mental health, disability and older people services. I am currently a senior lecturer in post-qualifying social work at Bournemouth University and am conducting research on government and societal attitudes and responses to the mistreatment of older people in health and social care provision for my doctorate. My views are my own.

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