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See also Leeds Safeguarding Children Partnership Protocol for Working with Unco-operative and Hard to Engage Families .


Uncooperative families are those who will deliberately choose not to engage and/or co-operate with professionals and who will often display one or more of a wide range of unco-operative behaviours towards professionals. From time to time all agencies will come into contact with families whose co-operation is difficult, including those whose compliance is apparent rather than genuine, or who are more obviously reluctant, resistant or sometimes angry or hostile to their approaches. In extreme cases, professionals can experience intimidation, abuse, threats of violence and actual violence.

The child's welfare should remain paramount at all times and where professionals are too scared to confront the family, they must consider what life is like for a child in the family.

All agencies should support their staff by:

Certain circumstances for some families mean that they too can be difficult to engage with, for example migration (internal and external due to refugee/asylum seeking processes), culture and language. However for the majority of these families there is not a deliberate act which stops or hinders engagement and they would be classed at “hard to reach” families. This document does not cover families who are classed as “hard to reach” although it should be recognised that such families can too be unco-operative or dis-engaging and if such behaviours as outlined by this document are displayed then professionals should respond accordingly.

There are many types of unco-operativeness, including:

There are a variety of reasons why some families may be unco-operative with professionals, including the fact that they:

A range of social, cultural and psychological factors influence the behaviour of parents. The more uncooperative the family, the more likely it is that the main influences are psychological.

In general a parent will try to regain control over their lives, but they may be overwhelmed by pain, depression, anxiety and guilt resulting from the earlier losses in their lives. Paradoxically, the unco-operativeness may be the moment at which the person opens up their feelings, albeit negative ones, at the prospect of help. They are unlikely to be aware of this process going on.

Accurate information and a clear understanding of what is happening to a child within their family and community are vital to any assessment. The usual and most effective way to achieve this is by engaging parents and children in the process of assessment, reaching a shared view of what needs to change and what support is needed, and jointly planning the next steps.

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. Go back to the long runway (if you roll into the pathway on the right of the missiles, you'll fall back down to it). Run again, but this time don't press down, just jump off the ramp to land on a platform with a blue door. Go into the door and you'll receive grappling. Jump up the small blocks on the left side, grapple across the ceiling and go into the door. Grapple over the water and go through the door. Go up to the top of this room and into the door on the top right platform. Grapple across this room, into the door, and then go through the door in the ceiling. Jump up onto the top right platform, and then grapple on to the flying creature on the left to get into the pink door on the top left. Inside are power bombs Gabor Womens 6455856 56 Fashion Sandals Dark Blue cQZXG6dpw
. Go back to where you fought crocomire (top right door) and grapple across the lava to the right. You'll get an energy tank (6) . Go in the door in the ceiling and then go up and into the top door on the left. Go up and grapple to the left to get missiles (90) . Go back out of this room the way you came, then go down the shaft and into the bottom right door. Go through this room and into the door at the end on the right (it's an energy recharger). Keep going right until you get to a long shaft (you'll have to roll through a passage to get to it). Go into the top door on the right. Keep following the path until you get to a tall room with more than two doors. Go into the top most door on the right. Go across the moving platforms to reach a gate (you may want to take off your high jump boots). Once you're through the gate, grapple across and go through the pink door to get wave beam. Go back out and into the tall room (make sure to grapple back across) and go into the top door on the left into the big bubble room. Use grappling to go across and into the green door at the top left to get missiles (95) . If you happen to fall down before getting to this room, you can freeze the flying guys to get back up to it. Shoot the floor on the bottom left and a metal pipe will lift up. Bomb and roll through the crack and follow the path all the way to the left to get a reserve tank (2) . Shoot the last little platform on the left to get missiles (100) . Go back into the bubble room. Go into the blue door on the bottom left and keep going left until you get to the long shaft with the elevator. Go up the elevator and into Brinstar.

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