Working to ensure that children are safeguarded is demanding and requires sound professional judgements to be made. It may also be distressing and stressful for the professionals involved. Working Together to Safeguard Children 2015 states;
‘Effective professional supervision can play a critical role in ensuring a clear focus on a child’s welfare. Supervision should support professionals to reflect critically on the impact of their decisions on the child and their family’
Keys to Football has a consultant trained in supervision. Supervision can take many forms depending on the needs of an individual. This is direct work done on a one to one basis.
- Review of a particular incident and how the matter was dealt with (reflective practice)
- Emotional support after a difficult case (reframing)
Effective safeguarding supervision reduces risk to children and young people while identifying their needs. Safeguarding supervision also helps front-line practitioners to provide high-quality care, risk analyses, and individual action plans.
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