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Touch: Trust, timidity and taboo in professional care for children and young people who have been rejected, neglected and abused

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Touch: Trust, timidity and taboo in professional care for children and young people who have been rejected, neglected and abused

10 February 2017

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Touch: Trust, timidity and taboo in professional care for children and young people who have been rejected, neglected and abused 10 February 2017 For six decades and more, practitioners and researchers in child care have recognised the importance of close relationships in supporting children in care and enhancing their wellbeing. Today, however, an over-concern about abuse has created a major tension between showing physical affection and warmth and providing a high level of safeguarding for children and young people. There is an urgent need for clarification of the confusion experienced by many teachers, residential and foster carers, when it comes to touching children and young people in their care, whether it is to show affection, give confidence or reassurance, or to increase or prevent the child from inflicting hurt on herself/himself or others.

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SKU CONF-LC10FEB17
Conference Date 10 February
Start Date 10 Feb 2017
End Date 10 Feb 2017