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CRI – A provider perspective. Focusing on ‘targeted’ services – ie not those already held in safeguarding systems with CP plan etc. Consider barriers to engagement with substance misusing parents Consider what an early recovery plan would look like.

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CRI – A provider perspective

  • Focusing on ‘targeted’ services – ie not those already held in safeguarding systems with CP plan etc.
  • Consider barriers to engagement with substance misusing parents
  • Consider what an early recovery plan would look like.
  • What are the barriers to parents moving through and leaving recovery services
  • Examining our own fears around risk and planning for the ‘risks of recovery’
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Format of workshop

  • We’re going to ‘segment’ into three groups.
  • Engagement
  • Early recovery
  • Successful completion and the onward journey to better than well
  • Keep some key concepts in mind throughout the journey
  • - Recovery Capital – Parental Resilience - Systemic Thinking – Dynamic Risk Management – Team around the family
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Group 1

How can we improve our engagement with parents at early entry points ?

How can we improve our response to parents who don’t meet the safeguarding threshold ?

How, and when, do we assess parental need, risks and resilience factors ?

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Group 2 – Early recovery stage

With a team around the family, who else would should be involved in the recovery support plan? How and when does this team change?

What would a parent’s early recovery plan contain ?

During the early recovery journey what changes

For the parent?

For the child(ren)?

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Group 3 – Recovery phase

Considering what we’ve heard about inoculating factors, what causes parents to be in treatment for longer?

During this treatment stage what future further risks need to be considered?

What recovery capital should be in place to maximize long term outcomes for parents ?

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Group 1 – Some Solutions we’ve found

  • Skills, Skills, Skills
  • Engagement practice
  • The assessment process itself – intuitive, visual, meaningful,
  • maps etc.
  • Peer mentors and parent champions
  • Accessibility plan – when, where and with whom?
  • Premises fit for families? If not, children’s centres, home
  • visits etc.
  • Registered childminders, creche facilities
  • Safeguarding as a positive thing
  • Parental capacity assessments can enable access to
  • resources – pre CAF etc.
  • Systemic approach from the start
  • Team around the family from the start
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Group 2 – Some Solutions we’ve found

Skills, Skills, Skills

Recovery planning practice

The recovery planning process itself – intuitive, visual, meaningful,

maps etc.

Peer mentors and parent champions

Premises fit for families? If not, children’s centres, home visits etc.

Safeguarding as a positive thing – continuous risk management

Parenting programme inbuilt or resourced

Systemic approach from the start – ITEP/BTEI family and social

capital mapping.

Team around the family from the start

Family support plan

Family group conference

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Group 3 – Some Solutions we’ve found

Skills, Skills, Skills

Recovery planning practice

The recovery planning process itself – intuitive, visual, meaningful,

maps etc.

Systemic approach continues – ITEP/BTEI family and social capital

mapping

Peer mentors and parent champions

Increasing psychosocial offer as we contemplate change

Increasing mutual aid offer – parent specific groups?

continuous risk management

Partnership work continues

A reintegration ‘plan’ with check in

Virtual Team around the family continues

Right of return