Entrust Blog

David Cameron announces ‘landmark’ reforms to tackle ‘inadequate’ children’s services

15 Dec 2015

The Prime Minister said that local authorities that fail persistently will be taken over by high-performing local authorities, child protection experts or charities

A social worker whose empathy delivers hope: this week’s hero

11 Dec 2015

Ramadam Ahmeti, in Kent's south coast community mental health team, never lets a diagnosis interfere with his focus on the individual

Being in care is ‘protective’ of children’s education, study finds

01 Dec 2015

Research published today shows how children in long-term foster or kinship care can achieve much better results than children in other care settings

What the government’s spending review means for social care

17 Nov 2015

There are few crumbs of comfort for social care as George Osborne prepares to unveil his spending plans for 2016-20

Culturally sensitive social work is about more than meeting social care needs

11 Nov 2015

Understanding a client's identity by finding out what's important and meaningful to them helps find the best outcomes, says Jewish Care's Simone Swimer

A child shouldn’t be at risk of serious self-harm before being accepted for counselling

04 Nov 2015

David Jones writes on Camhs and the impact seeing young people self-harm has had on him as a children's home worker