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Scottish Government. Child Protection Improvement Programme update #6 October 2017
NICE has published evidence-based recommendations on recognising and responding to physical, sexual and emotional abuse, and neglect in children and young people under 18, including unborn babies. The guideline includes recommendations on: recognising child abuse and neglect; assessing the risk and need; early help for families showing possible signs of child abuse and neglect; multi-agency response to child abuse and neglect; and therapeutic interventions for children, young people and families after child abuse and neglect.
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