Recurrent Care Resource Pack: Resources
The films and videos to accompany the working with recurrent care-experienced birth mothers resource pack.
Part of the Working with recurrent care-experienced birth mothers resource pack.
Six birth mothers involved in the study each tell their own story. They talk about the impact of having a child removed and their subsequent journeys to change.
Claire Mason shares messages from the Vulnerable Birth Mothers and Recurrent Care Proceedings study.
Danny Taggart gives an introductory talk on developing attachment-informed social work practice.
Danny Taggart explains the experimental condition known as the Strange Situation Procedure and how it is used to identify young children’s patterns of attachment.
Danny Taggart focuses on attachment-informed practice with adults who have experienced trauma in their early lives.
Sheena Webb describes complex trauma and its impact, and introduces the theory underpinning a trauma-informed approach to practice.
Danny Taggart talks about designing a trauma-informed service to work with parents who have experienced recurrent care proceedings.
Claire Mason shares messages from her interviews with 72 birth mothers, nearly half of whom had experienced the removal of a newborn infant within hours or days of their child’s birth.
Mary Ryan introduces the legal context and significant case law in relation to the removal of an infant at birth.
Claire Mason talks about the wider research literature on loss and grief when working with women who have experienced court-ordered removal of children.
Wendy Marsh shares findings from her doctoral research and experience as a specialist midwife for safeguarding.