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Children’s Services Mapping. SSRG Annual Workshop 9 th April 2008 Bob Foster. What we will cover today:. Brief Introduction to Child Health Mapping Background and uses Some early findings from 2007/8 The next chapter Integrated children’s services mapping How you can help…….

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Children s services mapping

Children’s Services Mapping

SSRG Annual Workshop

9th April 2008

Bob Foster


What we will cover today

What we will cover today:

  • Brief Introduction to Child Health Mapping

    • Background and uses

  • Some early findings from 2007/8

  • The next chapter

    • Integrated children’s services mapping

  • How you can help……


Background and development

Background and development

  • Firmly rooted in National Policy

    • Part of ‘Supporting Local Delivery’ the implementation plan for child policy (NSF & Every Child Matters, Change for Children programme)

  • Demand also from children’s field

    • SHA leads and PCTs

  • Incremental approach to development

    • 2002 - CAMHS mapping developed

    • 2005 - Child Health and Maternity service mapping introduced

    • 2006 – joint Child Health, CAMHS and Maternity services mapping

    • 2007 – national pilot of Children’s services mapping


Useful at different levels

Useful at different levels

  • Performance measures

  • Policy monitoring

  • Service review

  • Commissioning

  • Service development

  • Information

  • Comparison

National - PIs

Regional- target service improvement

Local-benchmark


Response rates

Response rates


Services mapped 4 516 in 2005 5 057 in 2006 4 838 in 2007

Services mapped4,516 in 2005 5,057 in 2006 4,838 in 2007


Workforce 2005 93 714 2006 117 317 2007 121 184

Workforce2005=93,714 2006=117,317 2007=121,184


Actual spend 2004 5 3 600m 2005 6 4 500m 25

Actual Spend 2004/5=£3,600M 2005/6=£4,500M +25%


Spend by service area 2006 7

% Spend by service area2006/7


Children s services mapping

NSF S1: %of PCTs completing a needs assessment


Nsf s2 provision of parenting programmes

NSF S2: Provision of parenting programmes


The next chapter children s services mapping at the level of the children s trust

The Next Chapter – Children’s Services Mapping at the level of the Children’s Trust

  • Association of Directors of Children’s Services have decided to extend methodology to all Children’s Services and DH /DCSF have agreed to sponsor

  • Will include all statutory children’s services and as many non statutory services as practicable (LA managed or commissioned services together with Health and the voluntary sector) but excludes schools and carries no personal data

  • Children and Young People’s Partnerships as overall coordinators of both health and LA service mapping

  • Integrate cost information to develop a complete picture of investment in children’s services

  • Full picture of the make up of the children’s workforce and degree to which they work across sectors


The next chapter children s services mapping at the level of the children s trust1

The Next Chapter – Children’s Services Mapping at the level of the Children’s Trust

  • Ability to report on key themes of integration across health, education and social care

    • Disabilities

    • Emotional Well Being

    • Contribution of agencies to different models of integration e.g. children’s centres, healthy schools, extended services

  • Can show the who, where and what is collectively provided in the way of Universal, targeted and specialised services

  • Can tell us about models of service delivery in relation to the 5(25) outcomes


Mapping products

Mapping Products

  • Online live tables with access to all data collected

  • Comparison tool

  • Preset reports with summaries of organisation or Trust’s information

  • Themed reports on issues of particular public policy

  • National Atlas of Key Messages

  • Children’s trust portals - able to View own data manipulate and store work

  • Service Directories for public and professional use


The key challenges and how you can help

The key challenges and how you can help…

  • Some of the challenges:

    • Developing a new integrated process using CYPSPs

    • Reporting a single commissioning budget for children

    • Developing a common list of staff groups recognised by all sectors

    • Reflecting the role of the voluntary sector without adding unnecessary burden

    • Retraining health mappers and engaging LAs, some for the first time

    • Reflecting both an ECM and an NSF focus in the way we report on progress

  • Ways you can help:

    • Contribute to the EWG; by email or attendance

    • Use your network to engage and disseminate the benefits


Useful information

Useful information

  • To access any of our reports use the web address:

    • www.childhealthmapping.org.ukor contact the Durham University helpdesk [email protected]

  • To get involved in CSM development contact our project officer:

    • Pauline Dowson on 07767272505 or email [email protected]

  • To discuss any aspects of the project contact our national lead:

    • Claire Thomson on 07769881507 or email [email protected]


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