‘Outcomes, outcomes, outcomes’: how Dorset is reinvigorating social work
A feature sponsored by Dorset County Council. Originally posted July 26, 2016 in Community Care.
To demonstrate making a difference we have learnt from Leeds City Council and implemented an ‘obsessions tracker’ with a supporting ‘report card’ or scorecard that has 10 of the most important outcome-related performance measures for children’s social care on one side of A4 (we are obsessing about less!)’.
I keep re-reading this & keep saying “yes!!!!…”. Congrats. What a journey you are all one. Such energy & focus. https://t.co/Dao6ow6itI
— Isabelle Trowler (@IsabelleTrowler) 2 September 2016
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Leeds ‘A Restorative Approach at Work’
Please watch this excellent presentation by Salem Tariq. Saleem is the Chief Officer of Children’s Social Work for Leeds City Council speaking at the International Restorative Conference in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada on June 27, 2016.
Published on 15 Jul 2016 ‘A Restorative Approach at Work’ by Salem Tariq: