The parallels between the subpostmasters scandal and the institutional gaslighting aimed at SEND parent carers

with Fiona Castle, SEND parent and campaigner Institutional gaslighting, lies, infliction of trauma and mental health breakdown… these are all behaviours that allowed the subpostmaster scandal to develop and persist …

Research finds unfounded FII accusations cause “devastating and often life-long impact on children and families” and over 80% of allegations dropped

by Professor Luke Clements and Dr Ana Laura Aiello There is considerable evidence to suggest that increasing numbers of parents are experiencing allegations that they have fabricated or actually induced …

Fabricated or Induced Illness (FII) and Perplexing Presentations – New guidance for social work practitioners

with Sally Russell, Trustee, The PDA Society Scientific rigour in medicine is, thankfully, the rule rather than the exception. We want our medicines, procedures, and treatments to be based on …

It is a mistake to assume all vulnerable children are ‘at risk of harm’

Coronavirus has divided Britain into those who are vulnerable and those who are not. But vulnerable means different things to different groups of people, and it’s important to still differentiate between vulnerable because of need and vulnerable because of risk, especially when talking about children with SEND

Why boosting internet safety and promoting children’s mental health go hand in hand

It’s Children’s Mental Health Week, and the charity, Place2Be, have themed 2018 for children, young people and adults to celebrate their uniqueness. It’s all about #BeingOurselves. Place2Be provides emotional and …

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