Looked After Children: Improving Life Chances
- 08:30 - 16:30
- Manchester Conference Centre
Tracey Swithenbank is a consultant social worker and has been with the NSPCC since 2004. Tracey became involved in supporting with the development, delivery and testing of the NSPCC’s Reunification Practice Framework, a tool to support social workers to make the right decisions for children and young people in care, in 2011. Her initial focus was on working with pilot sites to explore whether the framework and guidance could support decision making. With its effectiveness having been proven, Tracey is now working with local authority teams across the UK to help them successfully implement the framework and embed it within common practice.