Assessing Family and Friends to support contact
Trainer David Pitcher
Seminar to be held on-line by Zoom on Thursday 19 November 2020 09.30 - 12.30
This seminar will explore the questions that arise when family members or close friends are asked to act as supervisors and supporters for contact. This need can arise in both public and private law cases, and gives rise to complex issues. These issues have never been systematically looked at before, and this seminar will combine research findings with the ideas and experiences of those attending. This will result in the production of an assessment tool which will be of practical use to all professionals working in this field. Given the centrality of issues of contact to so much of our work, it is also hoped that this seminar will lay the foundation for future events for the discussion of child contact in all its aspects.
For application form, further details and to check availability please contact Nagalro: 01372 818504 or email firstname.lastname@example.org