Most Effective Contribution Award - finalists 2022
This award recognises a team which has made the most effective contribution to our service users and carers or staff. The winner will have made provable impacts that improve the organisation.
The stand-out project will likely have had elements of co production or partnership working, and has evidence that shows it has made a difference.
Harmful Sexual Behaviour
CFYP Norfolk and Waveney
The Harmful Sexual Behaviour (HSB) team has worked hard to increase professionals’ understanding of working with children and young people who are displaying harmful sexual behaviour. Their work helps them to effectively manage risk, support young people to make positive changes to their future, minimise school exclusions and placement breakdowns, and reduce the number of first time entrants into the criminal justice system for HSB.
This has been achieved through the team developing and delivering an extensive training package. To date, they have trained more than 3,000 professionals, with feedback being overwhelmingly positive. The team has developed and established a well-used consultation service, available for all professionals working with children and young people in Norfolk and Waveney, offering advice and support to more than 1,200 professionals. In the last reporting quarter, 100% of those who attended consultations and provided feedback, stated that they would recommend the service to a colleague.
Dialog+ Implementation Team
Employee Network Group Chairs