Lord Mayor of Exeter Attends Launch of 'Primary Talk' Toolkit

Photo showing people at launch of toolkit

Following the success of the Talk Toolkit for teenagers, Devon’s Safeguarding Team, lead by Team Leader Emma Stephens, has developed a new toolkit for primary aged children. The toolkit, which has been developed in consultation with seven local schools, will provide professionals working with primary age children with a resource to help them support those who have been affected by domestic abuse.

The launch, held on the 21st February at Newcourt Community Centre, was attended by the Lord Mayor of Exeter City, Councillor Cynthia Thompson, along with representatives from local schools and other organisations who work with children and young people, and included a keynote address by Dr Maxine Tostevin, Clinical Psychologist from Tides Psychological Service, and a talk by Jan Mead, Early Help Co-ordinator, on Devon’s Early Help system.

Devon is a Leading Light

Splitz Devon Domestic Abuse Support Service (DDASS) has gained recognition for the quality of its management and service delivery to victims of domestic abuse, after being awarded the nationally recognised Leading Lights accreditation.

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