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HI all

Explain where to get additional support and advice about conflicts and dilemmas.Where could I go to for support and advice when dealing with a conflict between duty of care and an individual’s rights or needs?

Websites about specific disabilities, impairments or conditions
Experts associated with your local authority
Websites about children’s rights
Websites about adults’ employment rights
Examples of previous good practice

Any help would be welcomed, its NVQ level 3 unit 305
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Hi, those rely quite heavily on internet access, do you have a way to find help and advice groups that are local? surgery or clinic waiting rooms can be a huge source of information.

For specific disabilities, impairments or conditions the list may not end, most disabilities or conditions will have networks attached to them that offer support, guidance, advice, you can always check the authenticity of a website claiming to be in support of a cause by looking for a registered charity number, this can then be verified on www.charity-commission.gov.uk, does your setting currently have anyone enrolled that could help you base this reasearch on?

In general there are:
CKS, Wales NHS direct encyclopaedia, RNIB, RNID, DSA, cerebral palsy, Autism, asthma, dyslexia, the spotty book .. scope, mind, caf

Experts associated with your local authority - ideally you need to ask in your setting who they have contact with or knowledge of - search online for your county's .gov.uk website and see childrens services, children & families services, early years teams, speech and language therapy ..

Children's rights - the convention is available in full on the ohchr.org site, on Unicef, Rights for me,

Websites about adults’ employment rights
Direct gov.uk, Acas, HSE, DTI, business link

Examples of previous good practice
Industry specific magazines, case studies, working with children, supporting children to learn through play, making rules

These are personal perspectives there are so many more available depending on preference, individual need - what it is you're looking for.

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Thank you for your support and advise and for putting me in the right direction.

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please help me im so stuck its unreal n am getting me self stressed!!

SCH 34 2.3 explain where to get additional support and advice about conflicts and dilemmas.... iv looked in the course book and there is just not alolt on information on this at al :(
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Hi, the list below contains suggestions to help you identify what, and who you might have available to you in your area. Build a list of places that you would personally approach to ask for professional support and advice
  • Your manager or headteacher or lead, supervisor, committee chairperson, SENCO?
  • Your setting's paperwork - policies, procedures, contract, publications, framework pages, laws
  • Your colleagues
  • Where appropriate the settings parent partnership
  • Advisory teacher services?
  • Your local authority and their online information - you can find it on direct.gov.uk
  • Social services
  • Charity and support groups close to you and maybe nationally/head office if the information you're looking for isn't found or not a relevant as you'd hoped.
  • Local safeguarding teams?
  • Local children and information services - early years development officers?
  • Local health visitor
  • Local behavioural support team
  • Child protection team
  • Other professional service providers: speech therapy, fire safety, police, life guard, rspca
  • Websites - NHS, DoH, HSE, CAPT, ofsted, CAB, NSPCC, businesslink
  • Trade union representative
  • Local library where reference and reasearch books might support new knowledge
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Thanks - i'm doing this unit at the moment and the handbook doesn't have much at all. I was a bit stuck. This is great help. Thanks a lot.
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