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Fri, Jan 3rd, 2014

Local Safeguarding Children’s Board Rep

Your Reps on this board are:

Representative – Gina Ward, Solihull Carers
Alternate – Debbie Powell, Solihull Advocacy

You can also find information on the LSCB website

See also, the Safeguarding section of this website.

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Thu, Sep 6th, 2018

LSCB Newsletter – July 2018

The Solihull Safeguarding Children Board has published its July 2018 newsletter, which can be downloaded from:

http://solihulllscb.co.uk/media/upload/fck/file/newsletters/Newsletter%20July%202018.pdf

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Thu, Sep 6th, 2018

LSCB Newsletter – April 2018

The Solihull Safeguarding Children Board has published its April 2018 newsletter, which can be downloaded from:

http://solihulllscb.co.uk/media/upload/fck/file/publications/Newsletter%20April%202018.pdf

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Thu, Sep 6th, 2018

Report from LSCB meeting – 31 Jul 18

VCS LSCB Report

Chair – David Peplow

Vice Chair – Stephen Eccleston

31st July 2018

Diagnosis for additional needs – children waiting up to and beyond a year for assessment/diagnosis.  
SCR recommendation to review a ‘professional’ understanding of the pathway for specialist assessment for children who may have ASD – Sally Hodges advised they are looking at the profile,

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Thu, Sep 6th, 2018

Report from LSCB meeting – 3 Mar 18

VCS LSCB Report

Chair – David Peplow

Vice Chair – Stephen Eccleston

3rd March 2018

LSCB Annual Report submitted on behalf of CVS
Revised LSCB priorities for 2018/19 are as follows:

Support delivery of Early Help services
Promote positive practice on neglect
Help children at risk of exploitation and provide support into adulthood (exploitation extending to all versions of exploitation – previously only

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Thu, Jan 4th, 2018

Report from LSCB Rep – 21 Dec 17

LSCB Report for SCVS –

Further to carrying out Case Reviews, the voluntary sector was represented by Gina Ward and her colleague Lydia Bambury at the LSCB conference.  Gina held a presentation on their findings of Safeguarding cases carried out on behalf of the VCS groups, including feedback about the VCS groups involvement and contribution

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Thu, Jul 27th, 2017

Report from LSCB – 11 Jul 17

From the LSCB meeting – Tuesday 11th July 2017

Produced by Gina Ward (Solihull Carers)

We agreed the draft Statutory Annual Report – to be published online end of August  – Gina will feedback key information at next meeting. Overall performance indicates timely decision making and children are moving through the system in good time.

LSCB are going

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Thu, Jul 13th, 2017

Report from LSCB – 14 Mar 17

LSCB meeting

14th March 2017

David Peplow is the new independent chair of LSCB.  He has a police background and considerable experience chairing LSCB’s and leading and developing partnerships.  

Presentation took place by BSMHT about SOLAR and Adult Mental Health services.  Key points:

Adult services are being trained to ‘think family’ and think about impact on the child

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Thu, Aug 18th, 2016

LSCB Newsletter – August 2016

The Solihull Safeguarding Children Board has published its August 2016 newsletter, which can be downloaded from:

http://solihulllscb.co.uk/media/upload/fck/file/newsletter12.8.16.pdf

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Fri, Jul 31st, 2015

LSCB Rep Report – July 2015

Meeting Name: LSCB

Date of Meeting: 14th July 2015

Key Points of Wider Interest Discussed:

LSCB Annual report has been drafted and will be issued imminently.
LSCB are linking in with the Active Engagement strategy to ensure views of more children/young people are considered.
Concern that change of thresholds for referrals to Children’s Social care team for formal intervention may leave some

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Fri, Jan 30th, 2015

LSCB Rep report – Jan 2015

Meeting Name: LSCB

Date of Meeting: 13th January 2015

Key Points of Wider Interest Discussed:

Betty Lynch was introduced to the Board as the new interim business manager, replacing Liz Murphy

A peer review was carried out on Children’s Services in Solihull.  This coincided with the Change Programme and identified strengths included

Wide range of services available to help families
Social

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