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NSPCC talks about the effects of language used in safeguarding and child protection

Digging deeper than “did not attend”: the importance of considering why a child was not brought to an appointment

NSPCC Learning has released the first in a new series of blogs looking at the effects of language used in safeguarding and child protection. This first blog discusses health professionals shifting from recording children’s missed healthcare appointments from “did not attend” to “was not brought” and the impact this can have on wellbeing.

Read the blog: Digging deeper than “did not attend”: the importance of considering why a child was not brought to an appointment

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