Working with children in public care: an experiential perspective 20/10/16

To be completed by: Fri 23 Sep 2016

Time: -Fri 23 Sep 2016 | Venue:

A dynamic, personal story about the relationship of a child in care and his social worker.

Date: Thursday 20th October 2016
Time: 09.00am to 13.00pm
Venue: Margaret McMillan Tower


Jenni Randall a social worker for nearly 50 years and has a Lifetime Achievement Award recognizing her work with children in the public care system.

David Akinsanya was in care as a child and is a journalist and broadcaster making largely social documentaries e.g. Find Me a Family for Channel 4 and Sad to be Gay (BBC2). He spends much of his time campaigning on behalf of young people. He is also a mentor to several young people.

Session details

Jenni was David's social worker and they use their personal story and relationship to look at a range of issues relating to children in public care. It is a dynamic, personal story, the trainers are happy to explore even the difficult parts of a long term relationship and to respond to the specific areas of interest of the audience.

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Published: 23/09/2016
Audience: All staff working with children who are looked after, in particular those who have specific responsi
Contact: Chris Copley

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