Safeguarding Child Series - Working with Disguised Compliance
The term disguised compliance is used to refer to a parent, carer or legal guardian giving the appearance of co-operating and communicating openly with child welfare/social care agencies to avoid professional interventions.
It involves the parent, carer or legal guardian not admitting to their lack of commitment to change and actively aiming to undermine the work of the professional support agency.
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Disguised compliance is used to hide possible issues and to dispel any professional concerns agencies may have for the welfare of the child/young person.
This training will give participants an increased understanding of the concept of disguised compliance and how to identify and respond to disguised compliance.
Welcome, Introduction and Housekeeping
Working definition of disguised compliance
Process issues associated with the Assessment Framework
Using tools to facilitate work with clients/ service users who display disguised compliance
Operationalising and practicing ‘respectful uncertainty’
Content and process issues in discussing compliance
Final Questions and Feedback
Evaluation and Close
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By the end of this participants will:
- Understand how disguised compliance can present in the behaviour of the parent/carer and also the professional: definitions of disguised compliance and personal reflections on parent/carer and professional dimensions.
- Have explored explicit/surface/content and implicit/depth/process issues associated with the Assessment Framework and social care interventions.
- Have learnt the tools to work with client/service users who are displaying signs of disguised compliance: Being child-centred and understanding the parent’s/ carers world.
- Have explored methods of engagement that work.
- Have an understanding of the practice of ‘respectful uncertainty’: how to develop an opinion through triangulating knowledge (direct, indirect and specialist.)
- Be able to make specific, located and evidenced judgement.
- Have explored the role of supervision in working with disguised. compliance and considerations given in reflective practice: Content and process issues in discussed compliance.
- Be able to reflect on self and developing critical thinking and analysis.