We are delighted to invite you to Social Care Wales’s 2021 residential children’s care conference. We welcome practitioners and leaders from across the sector to join us for this event.
The 2021 Residential Children’s Care Conference #ResCYP21 will take the opportunity to reflect and celebrate the resilience and learning of the sector throughout 2020 and the challenges presented by Covid-19. Our guest speakers will look to the future, to consider key approaches in nurturing and improving outcomes for children and young people living in residential care.
We welcome the following speakers to the event:
A message of support to the sector
Deputy Minister Julie Morgan MS
‘My 2020’ – A reflection from the front line
Hearing from a young person, social worker and residential care worker. We will get their view from the frontline.
Future Proof – what matters to young people transitioning from care
Young people who have transitioned from care will share their experiences and tell us about what mattered to them in positively transitioning from life in care.
Love in the Care System
Rosie Moore, Previous LOVE co-chair at the Scottish Independent Care Review/ Independent Consultant for Love and Looked After Children
An opportunity to hear learning from Scotland on the importance of ‘love in the care system’.
County Lines and Covid-19
Evan Jones, Head of CCE Development, St Giles Trust
St Giles Trust will present their work in Wales, supporting young people who are exploited by county lines and how approaches have changed in light of the pandemic.
Once your place is confirmed, you will receive a link to access the Digilounge platform on which the conference will be held. Please set up your Digilounge registration before the day of the event. Full joining instructions will be sent to all attendees.
This event is being hosted externally by Social Care Wales and not through Exchange Wales. Social Care Wales work with people who use care and support services, and organisations to lead improvement in social care. Learn more about Social Care Wales. This post was originally posted by Social Care Wales.