CSC REVIEW

REPOSITORY

APSW is responding to the Children’s Social Care Review through positive engagement and constructive challenge. Two specific APSW-led actions for this purpose are:

  1. Action 1 : APSW Evidence Repository
  2. Action 2:  APSW Knowledge and Evidence Events

Action 1: APSW Evidence Repository

This is an open access repository of review submissions by APSW members and their colleagues. This repository consists of a record of submissions to the CSC Review and additional evidence not previously submitted to the Review. so that there is a reference point to the evidence provided by the social work community that has been made available to inform the Review recommendations.

List of submissions

  1. Evidence for system reform needed to address the socio-economic drivers of demand and reduce inequalities in child welfare provision.
  2. Family support services must be the foundation stone of any child welfare intervention.
  3. Routes to permanence for children who need out-of-home care: An evidence overview 
  4. Research and evidence on all aspects of children’s social care 
  5. Promoting the resilience of young people from living in care to adulthood: messages from research for policy and practice 
  6. Turning away from the public sector in children’s out-of-home care: An English experiment
  7. Key Messages: Children’s Residential Care

Submission 1

Evidence for system reform needed to address the socio-economic drivers of demand and reduce inequalities in child welfare provision.

  • Professor Paul Bywaters, University of Huddersfield
  • Professor Anna Gupta, Royal Holloway University of London
  • Professor Andy Bilson, University of Central Lancashire
  • Professor Brid Featherstone, University of Huddersfield
  • Professor Kate Morris, University of Sheffield
  • Professor Rick Hood, Kingston University and St. George’s, University of London
  • Dr Calum Webb, University of Sheffield

Submission 2

Family support services must be the foundation stone of any child welfare intervention.

Emeritus Professor Jane Tunstill, Royal Holloway, London University

Submission 3

Routes to permanence for children who need out-of-home care: An evidence overview

Professor June Thorburn, University of East Anglia, CBE, LittD to Children’s Social Care Review.

Submission 4

Research and evidence on all aspects of children’s social care

Professor Jonathan Dickens, University of East Anglia, Director, Centre for Research on Children and Families at the University of East Anglia

Submission 5

Promoting the resilience of young people from living in care to adulthood: messages from research for policy and practice

Emeritus Professor Mike Stein, Department of Social Policy and Social Work, University of York.

Submission 6

Promoting the resilience of young people from living in care to adulthood: messages from research for policy and practice

  • Professor Nicky Stanley, School of Social Work, Care and Community, University of Central Lancashire
  • Helen Austerberry, Social Science Research Unit Institute of Education London
  • Andy Bilson, School of Social Work, Care and Community, University of Central Lancashire
  • Nicola Farrelly, School of Social Work, Care and Community, University of Central Lancashire
  • Shereen Hussein, Social Care Workforce Research Unit, Kings College London
  • Cath Larkins, School of Social Work, Care and Community, University of Central Lancashire
  • Jill Manthorpe, Social Care Workforce Research Unit, Kings College London
  • Julie Ridley, School of Social Work, Care and Community, University of Central Lancashire

Submission 7

Key Messages: Children’s Residential Care

Emeritus Professor David Berridge, University of Bristol