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Getting it Right For Every Child : 

Getting it Right For Every Child Staged Assessment & Intervention Training 2010

Outcomes : 

Outcomes Consistent and proportionate assessment processes and documentation across all services and stages of the SAI model, resulting in one plan for the child. Clarity over the remit of the Named Person and Lead Professional and the key role these play in meeting children’s needs

Outcomes : 

Outcomes Improved understanding of how effective service user involvement contributes to robust planning, assessment and intervention. Better integrated working and, ultimately, meeting the needs of vulnerable children and their families

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What is GIRFEC? The Getting it right for every child approach is about how practitioners across all services for children and adults meet the needs of children and young people, working together where necessary to ensure they reach their full potential. It promotes a shared approach and accountability that: builds solutions with and around children, young people and families enables children and young people to get the help they need when they need it supports a positive shift in culture, systems and practice involves working together to make things better

Culture, Systems, Practice : 

Culture, Systems, Practice Culture: learning together, co-operating, children at the centre Systems: streamlining, simplifying, improving effectiveness Practice: appropriate, proportionate and timely help; shared models, tools and protocols

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SAI Audit findings:   SA&I records were not fully completed Appropriate information was not always recorded. SA&I recording formats not always being used to record discussions or to detail an action plan for what happened next. it was not always clear whether or how the interventions agreed in action plans would be evaluated.

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SAI Audit findings: children’s views needed to be more effectively taken into account at SA&I meetings. Case coordinators were not consistently identified or there was a lack of clarity over the role. The role of the chairperson needed to be better understood by professionals and more consistently addressed.

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Staged Assessment & Intervention IS GIRFEC

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Single Shared Assessment SAI Lead Professional Priorities: what do we focus on?

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SAI Chairing meetings Service User Involvement Action Planning (SHANARRI)

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Lead Professional Cross service accountability What does the role involve? Continuity e.g. transition How do we identify?

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Single Shared Assessment Proportionate Risk/ Need Consistent Across services Recording

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SAI Service User Involvement Chairing meetings Action Planning (SHANARRI) Lead Professional Cross service accountability What does the role involve? How do we identify? Continuity e.g. transition Single Shared Assessment Proportionate Risk/ Need Consistent Across services Recording

one plan, which is : 

one plan, which is Proportionate Consistent Can be built on between stages and between agencies Outcomes focussed