Terrorist Attacks - Tips for Talking to Children
For parents and professionals. Many children will be upset by the terrible news of terrorist attacks recently. Several people have died and many people have been injured. Although such events can be difficult to discuss with children and young people, it's really important that you do address any anxieties they may have as a result of what they've heard. It is important to avoid causing further distress. However, children and young people should be encouraged to talk about their feelings and anxieties if they want to.
Here are a few tips to help you deal with this difficult topic:
Conference on Child Sexual Abuse - 23 January 2018
The LSCB will be hosting a conference on Child Sexual Abuse on 23 January 2018, further information to follow shortly, we would appreciate it if you could save this date and circulate the attached flyer.
LSCB Newsbyte - June 2017
Please see attached LSCB Newsbyte. Please encourage your colleagues to participate in the new multi-agency learning opportunities and also circulate within your teams and networks.
Child Death Overview Panel - Latest News
Our latest Joint CDOP Newsletter features important local learning relating to asthma and allergies, details of our forthcoming joint free conference on 19th July 'Learning from Child Deaths' featuring fantastic speakers on Suicide Prevention, Substance Misuse, Sudden Unexpected Death in Infancy and Bereavement, as well as our poster on accident prevention for under 5s which we ask you to promote by printing and displaying to help celebrate Child Safety Week from 5-11 June.
Kingston & Richmond LSCB Newsletter - May 2017
The latest edition of our Newsletter is available here.