PACE: Concurrency planning

Concurrency planning is a way of planning for all possible eventualities for where a child might live, and one which – crucially – places the responsibility on adults, not children. In this webinar, Linda Davidson, Permanence Consultant at CELCIS, discusses the concurrency planning model and shows how it can be used to minimise the amount of moves between homes a child might have. She also explains how it can support early and robust permanence planning.

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