The Child Safeguarding Practice Review Panel’s national safeguarding practice review into safeguarding children with disabilities and complex needs in residential settings1 in England. The review was divided into two phases, the first looking at learning at the local level, and the second looking at implications at the national level.
Our briefing summarises findings from the two phases of the review.
ReferencesChild Safeguarding Practice Review Panel (2023) Safeguarding children with disabilities in residential settings [Accessed 20/04/2023]
Our CASPAR briefings help people working or volunteering with children and young people understand changes to safeguarding and child protection policy and guidance. They also summarise key research and reports from independent bodies such as Ofsted or the Care Inspectorate.
Face-to-face training to improve your awareness and understanding of the barriers that may impact the safety of d/Deaf and disabled children and young people. Available as virtual training.
Summaries for key reports and statutory and non-statutory guidance.
Use our guidance and advice to learn more about how you can set up safeguarding measures for d/Deaf and disabled children and protect them from abuse.