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SOUTHEND CHILDREN’S PARTNERSHIP. INVESTING IN PREVENTION. How are we doing? Common Assessment Framework. Southend – implemented in February 2007 898 received Bournemouth – implemented January 2007 600 received (also in 3 localities) Medway – phased roll out September 2007 100 received.

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Southend children s partnership

SOUTHEND CHILDREN’S PARTNERSHIP

INVESTING IN PREVENTION


How are we doing common assessment framework

How are we doing?Common Assessment Framework

  • Southend – implemented in February 2007

  • 898 received

  • Bournemouth – implemented January 2007

  • 600 received (also in 3 localities)

  • Medway – phased roll out September 2007

  • 100 received

  • Swindon – implemented September 2006

  • 400 received approximately

  • Sefton – phased roll out March 2007

  • 21 received


Strengths

Strengths

  • Immediate implementation led to high number of CAF’s

  • Big take-up of training

  • Early identification is being evidenced

  • Evidence that parents find the CAF process helpful

  • Engagement of Children & Young People

  • Intervention at the appropriate level


Source of assessment early years schools colleges training providers

Source of Assessment:Early Years, Schools, Colleges & Training Providers

  • Early Years 8

  • Fledglings 2

  • Primary 414

  • Secondary 222

  • Special 30

  • PRU 12

  • SEEC 4

  • Private School 1

  • SEEVIC 1

  • E2E 3


Source of assessment health social care

Health Visiting Team 28

Southend Hospital 5

School Nursing 5

Family Nurse 1

Midwifery 2

First Contact 40

Child & Family Consultation Service 11

Lighthouse 3

Marigold Family Resource 1

Young Persons Drug and Alcohol Team 5

Children & Family 2

Source of assessment:Health & Social Care


Source of assessment multi professional teams and other

Connexions 30

Locality Co-ordinator 27

Social Inclusion 14

Youth Offending 4

Behaviour Improvement Programme 2

Carers Breakthrough 1

Homeless Action Resource Project 2

Hertfordshire Social Care 1

Southwark Social Care 1

Parent 1

Source of assessment:Multi-professional teams and ‘other’


Southend children s partnership

ACUTE

COMPLEX

VULNERABLE

UNIVERSAL

CFCS 61

SEN 69

SOCIAL CARE 106

YOS 28

CAF DESTINATIONS

27%

CHILDREN AND FAMILY PANEL 249

25%

MULTI PROFESSIONAL TEAM 325

CONNEXIONS 52

OUTREACH 1

39%

NO EXTERNAL SUPPORT 30 HEALTH 32 HOUSING 19 VOLUNTARY 9

9%


Setting gender breakdown

Setting & Gender Breakdown

  • CAF Total across localities: 898

  • Pre-School CAF Total: 39

  • Male 18

  • Female 21

  • Primary CAF Total: 474

  • Male 361

  • Female 113

  • Secondary CAF Total 302

  • Male 178

  • Female 125

  • Pupil Referral Unit CAF Total: 11

  • Male 9

  • Female 2


Southend children s partnership

Special School CAF Total: 34

Male 29

Female 5

Post 16 CAF Total: 33

Male 8

Female 25

  • Unborn CAF Total: 4

  • Male CAF Total: 602

  • Female CAF Total: 291


Outcome for stage 3 young person

What needs to change?

Young person’s emotional well-being

Soiling

Parents confidence in managing behaviour and engagement with service

Outcomes:

Improved perception of self and improved engagement with adults

Soiling ceased at school and improved at home

Parents engaging with Parentline Plus and empowered to commence parenting group. 25% increase in school attendance.

Outcome for Stage 3 Young Person


Strengths and needs identified by partners

Strengths and Needs Identified by Partners

Strengths

  • CAF process can support and develop relationships.

  • Opportunity to review and change as needs change.

  • Cathartic process – Families begin to identify own needs.

  • Children involved.

    Needs

  • Completion is lengthy

  • Parents not wanting to engage.


Moving forward

Moving Forward

  • Practitioner-Led Research – Reasons behind families not wishing to engage in Common Assessment Framework and what can be done to aid partnership working with perceived hard to reach families.

  • Small piece of work looking into qualitative impact of CAF. Has it resulted in quicker services provision, less repetition and more effective support?

  • Increase capacity in Universal services to aid early identification and swift and easy access.


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