In Professional Settings
If this is the first time your setting has been expected to provide intimate care for a pupil it may feel daunting. There is advice and support available to settings to ensure they are able to meet the care needs of children.
Norfolk County Council has a sample policy and guidance which explains the response expected from settings. There are also useful documents to use below;
Professionals should communicate with the child in whatever ways are available to them. Children and young people should be encouraged to be as independent as they are able.
Meeting the needs of these children is best achieved by;
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They contain signposting to trusted sources of helpful evidence, guidance and support to help professionals embed prevention in their everyday practice.
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