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Children's Social Work Statistics Scotland, Annex B: Children's Social Work Statistics Additional tables; A National Statistics publication for Scotland; Footnotes; Errata. A errata was published on on Monday 6th April to PDF p in the description of parental substance misuse.
Alcohol misuse only was changed. Information and statistics for Scotland’s Social Services. As an official statistics provider we publish data on the social service workforce in Scotland.
This website has a Scottish social work statistics book range of tools, visualisations and datasets to help you to use the data to plan your workforce for the future. 13 rows Children's Social Work Statistics. Source: The Scottish Government.
Children's Social Work Statistics Scotland, Infographic Infographic text. Fewer than 2% Looked after or on the child protection register.
As of 31 July16, children in Scotland were looked after or on the child protection register. Social Work and Social Care Statistics for Scotland: A Summary January This paper has been produced by the Office of the Chief Social Work Adviser, Scottish Government.
It aims to provide an overview of statistics available in a range of publications which cover the different areas of social care. Children's Social Work Statistics Scotland, Introduction What do these statistics include. How do children come to be counted in these figures.
Children Looked After Placement type Care Plan Children starting and ceasing to be looked after Pathway Plans Aftercare services Continuing Care Cross-UK looked after comparisons. Child Protection. Tables (in Excel) from "Criminal Justice Social Work Statistics " publication Local Authority level data on Social Work Orders Social work orders include community payback, community service, probation, supervised attendance, drug treatment and testing and fiscal work orders.
Join the ScotStat Network. ScotStat is a network for users and providers of Scottish Official aims to improve communication amongst those interested in particular statistics and facilitate the setting up of working groups on specific statistical issues.
Expenditure on Social Care Services (Updated March ). Information from the new "Expenditure on Adult Social Care Services, Scotland, to " publication, which provides detailed analysis of expenditure on services provided, or purchased, by local authorities over the decade prior to Health & Social Care integration.
Errata. An Errata was published on 4 December to update PDF page 1, the text has been updated to read: both.
Changes on pdf page 18 to Table and to P Chart 5 and the supporting text has been updated to read: Similarly to registrations, the number of deregistrations from the child protection register increased between andbut has decreased slightly in and The latest Children's Social Work Statistics publication (/18) is available here.
The latest Education Outcomes of Scotland's Looked After Children publication (/17) is available here. The equality evidence for these topics is available on the Scottish Government Equality Evidence website and evidence finder. Managed by the Scottish Government, this site provides a range of official statistics about Scotland from a variety of data producers, for information and re-use.
Read more about the site, or get in touch: [email protected] Social Work in a Changing Scotland is essential reading for social work students, offering an accessible yet critical overview of the profession. It will also inform current practitioners to understand better the changing contexts within which they practise, while prompting further academic debate about Scottish social work.
New SSSC strategic plan to support social services. The Scottish Social Services Council (SSSC) has published its new strategic plan setting out how it will support the continuing development and professionalism of the social service workforce while protecting the public through regulation.
This therefore covers staff working primarily in field social work services. The data published includes a breakdown of the numbers of different people and posts across the whole of Scotland as well as by individual local authorities. The book is a completely new edition of Social work and mental health (Golightley, ) which has been substantially revised to accommodate the Scottish mental health scene.
The question a reader might ask at this point is exactly how much revision was needed to shift the perspective from England/Wales to Scotland. Once you have a social work qualification, you will need to apply to the Scottish Social Services Council to be placed on their Register in order to practice.
The SSSC Register was set up under the Regulation of Care (Scotland) Act to regulate social service workers (including social workers) and to promote their education and training. This week, the Scottish Government has published the Children's Social Work Statistics for Scotland. The figures show t children were looked after on 31 Julya decrease of 1 per cent from the previous year - the sixth consecutive decrease.
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A National Statistics Publication for Scotland. Two per cent of children in Scotland were being looked after by local authorities or on the child protection register on July 31according to the latest Children’s Social Work Statistics published today by Scotland’s Chief Statistician.
The Scottish Government has published its children’s social work statistics for today (26 March). The statistics were collected from local authorities and secure units on children who were looked after, on the child protection register, or in secure care accommodation between 1 August and 31 July inappropriate housing, lack of support and poor social and emotional development.
Scottish Government statistics reveal that there is nearly a 50/50 chance of becoming homeless for care experienced young people Unfortunately these statistics do not tell us the duration of homelessness or the previous Size: KB.
2 Social work in Scotland First impressions. Newspaper headlines often project an image of social work under stress.
Over the past two decades a number of events have raised serious questions about social work practice: there has been fierce debate in relation to child protection issues, over changes within the criminal justice system (for example the introduction of anti-social behaviour.
To order the Enhanced Pearson eText packaged with a bound book, use ISBN: A reader-friendly approach to statistics in social work practice. Statistics for Social Workers, 9/e familiarizes students with statistical tests and analyses that are most likely to be encountered by social work researchers and practitioners.
This reader Cited by: Hothersall, S. Working with and providing support to children, young people and their families. In Transforming Social Work Practice Series: Social work with children, young people and their families in scotland (pp.
55 City Road, London: SAGE Publications, Inc. doi: /n2. Hothersall, Steve J. "Working with and Providing Support to Children, Young People and. The Information Services Division (ISD) is a division of National Services Scotland, part of NHS Scotland.
ISD provides health information, health intelligence, statistical services and advice that support the NHS in progressing quality improvement in health and care and facilitates robust planning and decision making.
As a partner in Skills for Care and Development we are required to work with the social service sector to review the National Occupational Standards (NOS) and support the development of qualifications based on these.
We are committed to ensuring that the social service workforce in Scotland has all the skills necessary to do their job well. A National Statistics Publication for Scotland. Two per cent of children in Scotland were being looked after by local authorities or on the child protection register on July 31according to the latest Children’s Social Work Statistics, published today by Scotland’s Chief Statistician.
Working Party on the Social Work (Scotland) Act Social work in Scotland. [Edinburgh]: [Scottish Council of Social Service]: Dept. of Social Administration, University of Edinburgh, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Great.
Children's Social Work Statistics Scotland, The Scottish Government has today (31 March ) published the latest official Children's Social Work Statistics, which includes data on children and young people who were formally looked after, were placed under child protection measures, or were in secure care at some point between 1 August and 31 July.
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This means that there are lots of exciting opportunities up and down the country for people looking to work in the health and social care sector.Children's social work workforce Information about children's social workers employed in local authorities and agency social workers.
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