Edition 10 November 2019



In the world of symbolism the slug is revered for its qualities of determination, strategy, strength and persistence. These qualities have worked well time after time in safeguarding practice. The repeated referral that finally hit the spot, even though the referrer felt it would never be accepted. The worker who was told through the letterbox that all was well inside. But then that worker decided on instinct to dig deeper & found the evidence that was needed. And of course, the repeated attempts to engage the family where nobody had succeeded before.

In SILP we work hard with you to find the strengths and learn equally from what went well. What if a review went one step further and looked at strengths first?
If you are as intrigued to learn about real examples of this in practice, it is clear you are keen on innovation.

You may want to consider our forthcoming conference at Birmingham Botanical Gardens on Thursday 18th June 2020. There will be opportunities to ask those involved what has worked in practice. Click here for all the details

Will you be joining us? Couple of options (1) respond by return of email if the VIP option is for you; or (2) click here for the standard early bird ticket. Both offers end 18 December 2019, but we only have a handful of VIP tickets (£20 extra) remaining.