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NSPCC Letting the Future In Seminar: An evidence-based response to child sexual abuse

How can evidence-based services improve outcomes for children who have experienced sexual abuse, in your area? This seminar offers an opportunity for senior managers and commissioners in Clinical Commissioning Groups, public health, CAMHS, and providers in children’s social care and the voluntary sector:

  • to hear about the development, evaluation and delivery of Letting the Future In (LTFI), which has undergone the largest randomised controlled trial (RCT) of a service for children affected by sexual abuse;
  • to share knowledge on models of commissioning and practice, working with children who have experienced sexual abuse;

to explore how you can reduce the impact of child sexual abuse in your region, by taking up the exciting opportunity to deliver LTFI in partnership with the NSPCC.

Event locations and times
Warrington
28 February 2017

10.00am – 1.00pm
Orford Jubilee Neighbourhood Hub,
Warrington, WA2 8HE
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Swansea
1 March 2017

10.00am – 1.00pm
The Dragon Hotel, 39 The Kingsway,
Swansea, SA1 5LS
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A free lunch will be provided.

The agenda will include:

Perspectives from practice – introducing Letting the Future In
Local LTFI Practitioner

How does Letting the Future In work? – findings from the RCT
Professor John Carpenter, University of Bristol, Lead Evaluator for LTFI

Launching a new pilot programme – working together to expand support for children
Peter Richards, Implementation Manager for NSPCC Evidence-Based Services

What does this mean for you? – reflection, discussion and information sharing
Chaired by Trish O’Donnell, Development and Impact Manager