Liquidlogic has been working with a number of customers following its Signs of Safety accreditation. North Tyneside Council is one of these sites and has recently taken the Signs of Safety model live as part of its go live with the Liquidlogic Children’s social care system.
Signs of Safety is a well-recognised whole system model of delivering social work and early help interventions to support children and families. Founded in Australia, the model has gained momentum in the UK, partly as a result of DfE innovation funding.
Liquidlogic’s accredited Signs of Safety solution, configured into the existing children’s solution, includes forms and templates which Signs of Safety has developed over many years and in partnership with Local Authorities.
Speaking about this model of social work practice, Senior Consultant Social Worker at Liquidlogic, Ida Cohen comments:
“We have seen a substantial amount of interest for Signs of Safety from customers with six Local Authorities already signed up to the accredited configuration. In addition to this, there are a number of others who we are currently in discussions with. We envisage North Tyneside being the first of many to take Signs of Safety live and we look forward to supporting other customers with this approach.”
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