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Services for parents who have experienced recurrent care proceedings: Where are we now? Findings from mapping of locally developed services in England – Research Report (2021)

Published: 25/06/2021

Author: Mason C, Wilkinson J

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Mason C & Wilkinson J. (2021). Services for parents who have experienced recurrent care proceedings: Where are we now?. Dartington: Research in Practice. Download citation file

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Introduction

This report is the first national overview of existing, specialist services in England for parents who have appeared in one or more sets of care proceedings (commonly referred to as recurrent care proceedings). The report focuses on locally developed services and addresses the following questions:

  • Why was the service developed?
  • Where in the 'system' is the service located and which organisation delivers it?
  • Who does the service work with?
  • What services are provided?
  • How are the services being provided?

The project was a collaboration led by Research in Practice and Lancaster University, and was funded by Public Health England and The Nuffield Family Justice Observatory. Further information on supporting parents who have experienced recurrent care proceedings can be accessed on Supporting Parents.

 

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