Managing, predicting and preventing demand for children’s services

Paul Bywaters, Geraldine M. Brady, Tim Sparks, Elizabeth Bos

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    Abstract

    How does deprivation influence rates of children’s services interventions (CPP and LAC), at the whole LA level and at the small neighbourhood level. Can rates of children’s services interventions be reduced and can inequalities in rates be reduced, by addressing social inequalities, social deprivation?
    Original languageEnglish
    Publication statusPublished - 2013
    EventADCS Midlands Annual Conference - Birmingham, United Kingdom
    Duration: 3 Jul 20133 Jul 2013

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    ConferenceADCS Midlands Annual Conference
    CountryUnited Kingdom
    CityBirmingham
    Period3/07/133/07/13

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    Keywords

    • local authorities
    • children's services
    • looked after children (LAC)
    • child protection plans (CPP)
    • deprivation
    • child protection

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    Bywaters, P., Brady, G. M., Sparks, T., & Bos, E. (2013). Managing, predicting and preventing demand for children’s services. ADCS Midlands Annual Conference, Birmingham, United Kingdom.

    Managing, predicting and preventing demand for children’s services. / Bywaters, Paul; Brady, Geraldine M.; Sparks, Tim; Bos, Elizabeth.

    2013. ADCS Midlands Annual Conference, Birmingham, United Kingdom.

    Research output: Contribution to conferenceOther

    Bywaters, P, Brady, GM, Sparks, T & Bos, E 2013, 'Managing, predicting and preventing demand for children’s services' ADCS Midlands Annual Conference, Birmingham, United Kingdom, 3/07/13 - 3/07/13, .
    Bywaters P, Brady GM, Sparks T, Bos E. Managing, predicting and preventing demand for children’s services. 2013. ADCS Midlands Annual Conference, Birmingham, United Kingdom.
    Bywaters, Paul ; Brady, Geraldine M. ; Sparks, Tim ; Bos, Elizabeth. / Managing, predicting and preventing demand for children’s services. ADCS Midlands Annual Conference, Birmingham, United Kingdom.
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