Made a huge difference in reclaiming SW & now more evidence. Although, frankly, it’s pretty obvious, if you want to reduce SW workload https://t.co/yKiPIjFHtj— Isabelle Trowler (@IsabelleTrowler) 23 March 2017
Hiring personal assistants for social workers cuts their stress levels, gives them more time for direct work with families and saves services money, an evaluation of a pilot scheme has found.
Read full piece at source: Hiring PAs for social workers cuts stress and saves money, finds study
About the administration of the Looked After Review process and the IRO manager responsibilities
The local authority should provide sufficient administrative support to facilitate the delivery of an efficient and effective review process, enabling review meetings to take place in accordance with the Regulations and good practice. The manager of the IRO service should inform the local authority of any shortfalls in the provision of this aspect of the service. (Reference 7.3, page 47 IRO Handbook)
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