Skylakes news

03 Oct 2016

Join our online discussion on looked after children

Children’s social care departments up and down the country are under unrelenting pressure to deliver services against a backdrop of ever depleting resources. At the same time, the care population has risen from 60,000 to 70,000 over the last seven years and is showing no signs of slowing down.

In the first webinar of its kind, we take a close look at what more can be done, on a local level, to address the number of children coming into care as we launch Skylakes’ restorative approach to looked after children (LAC) programme.

For directors of service, social work managers and CEOs, the live online discussion will offer tangible insights on targeted interventions that address individual family and community issues, whilst significantly reducing expenditure.

This is your chance to ask us a wide range of questions about our model, which can help local authorities make annual savings of between 10-15% after a 12-month intervention.

The discussion will take place at 8am on Tuesday 18 October 2016 and your questions will be answered by members of our senior management team including Sarah Read-O-Toole (Managing Director), Emma Blakemore (Head of Children’s Services) and Mark Tuvey (Operations Director).

The discussion will last approximately one hour, and guests are welcome to join in with the conversation at any time between 8am and 9am.

For those who are unable to join us for the discussion, a replay will be immediately available and a full transcript will be published.

To register to participate in the discussion, please submit your details using the contact form below.

Alternatively, if you have any pressing questions you would like answered in advance, please contact Tori Garnsworthy by emailing or by calling 0333 6000 050.

We look forward to speaking with you on the 18th October!

Return to top
Like this? Share this...