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1 Justify how promoting wellbeing and resilience supports the safeguarding of children and young people
Promoting the well-being of individual children and young people Parents or carers who are confident and able to bring up their children in a way that promotes positive health and development and emotional wellbeing. ? Consistent information [ [ provided for parents or carers, which supports them in their role and is responsive to their needs. ? Appropriate help and support provided for parents
or carers who find it hard to access services and professionals. Carers are involved along with the young people in all aspects of planning relating to care, regular meetings are held with carers and all professionals involved with the family.... ] ]
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