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working together for the benefit of children.
Transcript of working together for the benefit of children.
1.2 Analyse how integrated working practices and multi- agency working in partnership deliver better outcomes for children and young people.
1.3 Describe the functions of external agencies with whom your work setting or service interacts.
1.4 Explain common barriers to interrated working and multi-agency working and how these can be overcome.
1.5 Explain how and why referrals are made between agencies.
1.6 Explain the assessment frameworks that are used in own UK home nation. 1. Understand integrated and multiagency working 1.1 Explain the importance of multi agency and integrated working multi agency or integrated working are terms used to describe the way services work together to meet the needs of the children. multi agency - involves different agencies, services or teams of professionals working together to provide services that meet the needs of the children. integrated working involes different services joining together in the same building to offer more effective care for the children and their families e.g in a children centre. In order to gain a holistic view of the child and their families it is important for the services to work together. This supports the ECM framework. 1.2Analyse how integrated working practices and multi agency working in partnership deliver better outcomes for children and young people. EYFS - the Unique child principle - ensure that your practice is inclusive. sharing appropriate information maintaining confidentiality agree a way of working
with and for the family and child good communication between services better outcomes for children 1.3 Describe the functions of external agencies with whom your work setting or services interacts. Different agencies offer different functions.
1. health services - support health issues, medication, treatment, support with communication.
2. Educational services - support a child's educational progress, and support the childs needs.
3. Social services - supports childs welfare or concerns about safety.
4. Psychology services - support with mental health issues. which services do your placement use? 1.4 Explain the common barriers to integrated working and multi- agency working and how these can be overcome. 1.poor communication between partners.
2.lack of information sharing.
lack of co -ordination between different service providers.
3.inaccurate report record keeping.
4.ineffective polices and procedures.
5.lack of understanding about roles. in order for these to be over come, good communication, information sharing, accurate report writing and a good understanding of roles. remember the child is at the centre. 1.5 Explain how and why referrals are made between agencies. parent concerned about childs development. parent takes child to see health visitor health visitor checks and makes a referral for a further development assessment. further referral made for specialised assessments. information is reported back to all concerned In this situation it is important that all partnerships communicate with others. How and why are referrals made in your setting? 1.6 Explain the assessment framewords that are used in own UK home nation. CAF (common assessment framework) was introduced in England in 2005.
It is a standardised framework for assessing the needs of a child.
Where families are receiving support from many professionals, a lead practitioner will be appointed to be the single point of contact and help them make choices.
A CAF summary should highlight the strengths and needs of child and family and what is required to support. 2.1 Select appropriate communication methods for different circumstances.
2.2 Demonstrate use of appropriate communication methods selected for different circumstances.
2.3 Prepare reports that are accurate, legible, consise, and meet legal requirements. Working together for the benefit of children and young people. 2.1 select appropriate communication methods for different circumstances. types of communication methods may include
telephone be aware of;
confidence of use of a variety of communication methods. 2.2 demonstrate use of appropriate communication methods selected for different circumstances. Consider the advantages and disadvantages of the types of communication methods and when you would use them. written communication- when would you use it, what are the advantages, disadvantages and give an example. think of all types of communication and make a table adding disadvantages and advantages. 2.3 Prepare reports that are accurate and legible, concise and meet legal requirements. types of reports could include; accident; project reports; caf or assessment reports; accident reports; daily reports for parents. Report writing is a skill and needs planning;clarity and accuracy. Some reports need to meet legal requirements. think of the type of language you will need to use. 3.1 Demonstrate own contribution to the development or implementation of processes and procedures for recording storing and sharing of information.
3.2 Demonstrate how to maintain secure recording and storage systems for paper based information.
3.3 Analyse the potential tension between maintaining confidentiality with the need to disclose information.
.where abuse of a child is suspected.
. when it suspected that a crime has been committed. Be able to support organisational processes and procedures for recording storing and sharing information. 3.1 Demonstrate own contribution to the development or implementation of processes and procedures for recording, storing and sharing information. processes and procedures for recording, storing and sharing information.
eg. how, where, why information is stored, recorded.
following Data protection Act 1998. Look at the data protection principles and write down how you ensure that this is followed. make a list of all the things you do where you have to record and store information. Write down where you store it. 3.2 Demonstrate how to maintain secure recording and storage systems for paper based or electronic information. ensure computer has a security system.
use agreed names or initials.
avoid photographic images.
record as agreed
ensure passwords are not shared.
ensure paper based records are locked away. do not leave confidential material for anyone to see 3.3 confidentiality v need to disclose information Always disclose information to your manager or designated safeguarding person if you think a child is in danger. Do not promise to keep it secret.
Ensure you accurately record and conversations.
seek help from the designated safeguarding person. write a brief report , outlining the potential conflict with confidentiality in situations involving abuse or suspected criminal behaviour. It should include;
the importance of multi agency and integrated working
How multi agency and integrated working practices can improve outcomes for children
The functions of different agencies involve in children's and young peoples services.
common barriers to multi- agency working and how these can be overcome.
how and why referrals are made.
the importance of common assessment framework Create an information page/leaflet for professionals working in childcare www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cz2-ukrd2VQ