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Social Media Is About Being SOCIAL..Who Knew via @HaikuDeck

Social Media Is About Being SOCIAL..Who Knew via @HaikuDeck | childrens voices | Scoop.it

Social Media It's The Conversation, Stupid is about the new rules of branding being created by a social world. If you aren't creating LOVE and winning hearts and minds online this Haiku Deck may help you join the revolution (in a good way). 


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social media is social services too and they are bent

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Social Media Is About Being SOCIAL..Who Knew via @HaikuDeck

Social Media Is About Being SOCIAL..Who Knew via @HaikuDeck | childrens voices | Scoop.it

Social Media It's The Conversation, Stupid is about the new rules of branding being created by a social world. If you aren't creating LOVE and winning hearts and minds online this Haiku Deck may help you join the revolution (in a good way). 


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social media is social services too and they are bent

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'Widespread uncertainty' over protection of neglected children

'Widespread uncertainty' over protection of neglected children | childrens voices | Scoop.it
AN UNPUBLISHED independent audit of child protection cases has revealed “widespread uncertainty” among social services and the judiciary over the consequences of neglect on children at risk.

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the only way children are going to be protected is if they are saved from a system of corruption

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Judges Exposed In "Kids for Cash" Scandal

Judges Exposed In "Kids for Cash" Scandal | childrens voices | Scoop.it
Several judges have been recently convicted of literally trading the future of children for money. This is unfortunately becoming a systemic problem.

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please help me get childrens voices unsilenced

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"Social enterprises like these tend to form in response to system failures—the malfunction of..."

“Social enterprises like these tend to form in response to system failures—the malfunction of government to successfully render social services or the failure of the market to efficiently allocate goods and services. Yet most of the time social ‘innovation’ is palliative, tinkering within the parameters of a system to mitigate harm or make it partially more responsive to the needs of those marginalized or underserved by it. But big impact usually happens when we address the fundamental causes of a system’s failure, not just its effects.”

- From Forbes: Is the System Getting You Down? Two Entrepreneurs Are Making the Market Work for Everyone  (via poptech)


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the reason why they failling is because of there neglect and failure

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What Defines Social Media Success?

What Defines Social Media Success? | childrens voices | Scoop.it
Social Media marketing continues to evolve and the markers for success seem to be a moving target. Just like any community, the members come and go and shifts happen. Consumer buying behavior remains constant until something comes along to shift it in a different direction.

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lies/cover ups/deciet/abuse/emotional abuse/physical abuse/mental abuse/anything else u would like to now

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4 Things to Know About Facebook's Plan for Total World Domination

4 Things to Know About Facebook's Plan for Total World Domination | childrens voices | Scoop.it
Mark Zuckerberg is taking on Planet Earth by drone, laser and satellite, pledging to connect the 'whole world' to the Internet… One new Facebook...

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well lets get it started and shared

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Christina Guenther's curator insight, March 28, 2014 6:59 PM

Woah. Drones really?

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Children that have Died from Social Services Failures

Children that have Died from Social Services Failures | childrens voices | Scoop.it
Social services failures are so regular it is a daily occurrence and children do die and they will continue dying because …Continue reading »

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how much more do our children have to suffer before somebody stands up for all of them

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Clare Wakeman's curator insight, April 7, 2014 4:22 AM

please lets stop this now please

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im asking for anybody who wants to listen to help me getin to parliament and get childrens voices heard in the system before its too late too

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Bienvenue à nouveau sur Yahoo. Yahoo a encore amélioré la recherche d’actualités et d’informations qui vous concernent de près. Le Web, organisé pour vous.
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i am asking evry human being who believes in justice please help me get justice for children in the system to get all there voices heard lets get the doors open behind all the cruelty in the system

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if you open the eyes behind closed doors then you will see how many children who really are been abused by foster parents

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Disabled children at risk of abuse and neglect, warns Ofsted

Disabled children at risk of abuse and neglect, warns Ofsted | childrens voices | Scoop.it

Disabled children at risk of abuse and neglect, warns Ofsted

Inspectors say social services, schools and health professionals must do more to ensure disabled children are not overlooked  

Some disabled children are at risk of not being properly protected from neglect and abuse, inspectors warned on Wednesday. An Ofsted report has found that some youngsters with disabilities have needs that are not being met.

It suggests that social services, schools and health professionals must do more to ensure these children do not slip through the net.

Disabled children are more dependent on their parents and carers than other youngsters for daily help, the report says. This includes help to access health services and to make sure they are living in a safe environment.

While most disabled youngsters are living with parents and carers who look after them, in some cases inspectors found that children were so poorly cared for that it amounted to neglect.

 

For example, children were missing appointments or school, were not living in decent conditions or eating properly, the report says. In some cases this was because the parent did not know what support they needed to get to help their child.

The study cites one case in which a child with sight and hearing impairments was facing problems because their parents were reluctant to help them use hearing aids and glasses. There were also concerns that the child was not eating properly and missing health appointments.

A teacher put together an action plan with help from other school staff, a health visitor and social worker to tackle the concerns and to work with the parents.

As a result the child started attending a pre-school regularly, using hearing aids and glasses and making good progress.

Ofsted says that local services need to do more to monitor whether disabled children are getting the help they need, and make sure they are not slipping through the gap.

Those who are not getting the right support should be the subject of child protection plans.

The watchdog said that in one case, a parent said that having her child on a child protection plan, following concerns about neglect, helped her realise the seriousness of the situation. A social worker helped her organise appointments, and how to rearrange them.

The mother said one of the problems had been that she had not asked for help, and that she needed to accept this support.

The report, which is based on a survey of 12 local councils, says that when a child did become subject to a child protection plan, action was taken to improve parenting and reduce risks to the youngster.

The Ofsted deputy chief inspector, John Goldup, said: "Research suggests that disabled children, sadly, are more likely to be abused than children without disabilities. Yet they are less likely than other children to be subject to child protection.

 

 

"This report examines in depth, through the experiences of individual children, some of the reasons for that discrepancy.

"Inspectors saw some fantastic examples of good early multi-agency support for children and their families. But in some cases the focus on support for parents and their children seemed to obscure the child's need for protection.

"The report highlights the need for greater awareness among all agencies of the potential child protection needs of disabled children, for better and more co-ordinated assessments, and for more effective monitoring by local safeguarding children's boards.

"We cannot accept a lower standard of care and protection for disabled children than we expect for all our children."

Councillor David Simmonds, chairman of the Local Government Association's children and young people board, said: "The report highlights some of the excellent work taking place to support disabled children and their families early on. It is also encouraging that the study found that when child protection concerns did arise they were investigated promptly and steps were taken to ensure the child was safe.

"Of course, no child should remain in an unsafe environment. However, in cases where the situation is not clear-cut, social workers face incredibly tough decisions. Clearly there is more work to be done to make sure there is common understanding and effective communication between local partners so that all children are kept safe from harm."


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yes at risk from the system look how many children who have died all ready i foster care

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Depression in old age ‘is the next big health crisis’ | The Times

no the next crisis Almost nine out ten elderly people with depression get no help because doctors struggle to spot the symptoms or confuse it with dementia


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no the next crisis is in the foster system

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Alex Thomson's curator insight, April 8, 2014 1:53 PM

James Warner, RCPsych Old Age Faculty chairman, warns that mental health problems in elderly people which can be treated/helped tend to be under-recognised.

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Anti Juvenile Justice Agency: UK: Children that have died from Social Services thunderously incompetent Failures

Anti Juvenile Justice Agency: UK: Children that have died from Social Services thunderously incompetent Failures | childrens voices | Scoop.it

children are dying because of systems failuress

 


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Clare Wakeman's comment, March 26, 2014 7:25 AM
social services have alot to answer for and i tired of seeing innocent children loose there lives through failures of proffessionals
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Children that have Died from Social Services Failures

Children that have Died from Social Services Failures | childrens voices | Scoop.it
Social services failures are so regular it is a daily occurrence and children do die and they will continue dying because …Continue reading »

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please lets stop this now please

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Clare Wakeman's curator insight, March 26, 2014 7:24 AM

how much more do our children have to suffer before somebody stands up for all of them

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Ofsted: all parents should get a 'checklist' telling them how to raise their children - Telegraph

Ofsted: all parents should get a 'checklist' telling them how to raise their children - Telegraph | childrens voices | Scoop.it
Sir Michael Wilshaw, head of Ofsted, says parents need checklist of skills to teach children as he warns that many five-year-olds are unfit for demands of school

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excuse me but i think the goverment and all the corrupted systems need a lesson in mannners first of all and secondly how dare you say this parents now how to look after there children but the system need to stand up for all there wrong doings dont you think

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Should I buy likes and fans for my social media profiles?

Should I buy likes and fans for my social media profiles? | childrens voices | Scoop.it
Bonjour Cendrine, Do you offer guest blogging services in French? I am looking for writer to write and publish articles about social media on related websites to improve my website rankings (SEO).

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no you need to stand up for justice and get the whole world to now about all the wrong doings in the system

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Amy Williamson's curator insight, April 4, 2014 5:51 AM

Buying followers and like, is it ethical? A lot of people, myself included think not. It may help in the short term but in the long term it will be damaging.

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what is humanity/what is justice/and what are childrens rights because they dont exsist

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we need to get childrens voices heard what is the matter with the goverment us parents are fighting harder than the system to get this done

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Legal aid: the quiet death of English justice

Legal aid: the quiet death of English justice | childrens voices | Scoop.it
Editorial: Politicians are convinced that voters simply don't care about access to justice, like health or education

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its the system who are responsable for the most child abuse i have ever read they are people who should not work with children and this is what the goverment has got to stop

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