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Partnership - Rhondda Cynon Taf, Merthyr Tydfil & Bridgend

Safeguarding Updates

This section provide updates on a range of safeguarding issues. If you would like to receive fortnightly e-mails that provides a summary of all the recent updates, please e-mail ctmsafeguarding@rctcbc.gov.uk 

Safeguarding Week 2021

Cwm Taf Morgannwg Safeguarding Board's theme for Safeguarding Week 2021, which takes place on the 15th to 19th November, is 'Safeguarding Our Communities'.

05 October 2021

World Mental Health Day 2021

Mental Health Care for All: Let's Make It a Reality

05 October 2021

Ending Physical Punishment Partner Pack

From 21 March 2022, physically punishing children will be illegal in Wales.

05 October 2021

Violence Against Women, Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence Train the Trainer Courses Now Available

Across the Cwm Taf Morgannwg region, VAWDASV Ask and Act training groups 2 and 3 are delivered by a consortium of professionals who have attended train the trainer courses .

05 October 2021

Violence Against Women, Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence Training

Free 'Ask and Act' training is available for those wanting to be able to recognise the signs of domestic abuse and know what to do if someone is experiencing this.

05 October 2021

Self-Neglect Awareness Sessions

Due to the popularity of the Self-Neglect Sessions which were held during September and the demand for another session, another slot has been confirmed for Thursday, 18th November at 11am until 12pm.

05 October 2021

Safeguarding Children from Dog Bites

Guidance and a 7 minute briefing has been produced on how to safeguard children from dog bites.

05 October 2021

International Day of Older Persons

1st October marked the 30th anniversary of the International Day of Older Persons, which was designated by the United Nations General Assembly on 14th December 1990.

05 October 2021

Bystander Experiences of Domestic Violence and Abuse

Latest research on Bystander Experiences of Domestic Violence and Abuse during the COVID-19 Pandemic.

05 October 2021

New Support Service for Social Workers

A Social Work Support Service is to be launched Wales wide as survey reveals pandemic has left social workers "exhausted and seeking professional help."

05 October 2021

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