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Can we share this important message please #nobinbags
— Lou Newman (@Laura2951994) 27 September 2016
Originally published by Community Care on 27th September 2016.
Personal experience of emergency placements inspired one social worker’s campaign for ‘no bin bags’ when young people are moved:
‘For many years before I qualified as a social worker, I considered myself an ambassador for looked-after young people and care leavers. Then, as now, I always tried to ensure that children’s voices were heard and that service users were receiving good practice.
A key issue I tried to promote during my time working in children’s residential care was a ‘no bin bags’ policy for looked-after young people when they move placements. Now, in my role as a social worker I am very conscious that using bin bags when children and young people move is simply unacceptable and try to persuade colleagues to view it the same way’.
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