Useful Information from Past Conferences

Our past conferences have covered topics such as assessing risk and resilience in prospective carers and understanding the needs of vulnerable children. We have some of the material produced by speakers at previous events available to download.

Assessing risk/resilience in carers – an attachment based approach, by Professor Antonia Bifulco

Download this presentation entitled "Assessing risk/resilience in carers – an attachment based approach", given by Antonia Bifulco, PhD (Lifespan Research Group, Royal Holloway, University of London) at the Parents for Children conference Vulnerable Children and Their Carers; Improving the Match, held in London in February 2005.

Babies and Young Children in Care: the relationship between instability and delay, by Professor Harriet Ward

Download this presentation by Harriet Ward (Centre for Child & Family Research, Loughborough University) entitled "Babies and Young Children in Care: the relationship between instability and delay", given at the Parents for Children conference Vulnerable Children and Their Carers; Improving the Match, held in London in February 2005.

Understanding the needs of vulnerable children, by Professor Hedy Cleaver

Download this document for a copy of the presentation "Understanding the needs of vulnerable children", given by Professor Hedy Cleaver (Royal Holloway, University of London) at the Parents for Children conference Vulnerable Children and Their Carers; Improving the Match, held in London in February 2005.

 

More Resources

There is a wealth of useful information available on the websites of the organisations that some of our expert speakers are associated with, which you can find here.

Upcoming Conferences

The complete Parents for Children conference calendar is available here


If you can't find the document you are looking for in this list, or if you have any other questions about Parents for Children's conferences, past or future, please call Charlotte Lindsell on 020 7520 2880 or email [email protected].