The Health and Wellbeing Service Framework. An integrated approach to service delivery. Background to the Framework.
The Health and Wellbeing Service Framework
An integrated approach to service delivery
Every child thrives, learns and develops
The Framework focuses on DEECD partially or fully funded services that identify health and/or wellbeing as their core business and directly support children, young people and their families.
The Framework describes how DEECD health and wellbeing services can work in an integrated way to optimise children and young people’s health, wellbeing, learning and development outcomes.
There are four key elements of the Framework:
1. Common service delivery domains
2. Shared principles for service delivery
3. Stronger relationships and partnerships
4. Effective leadership.
The eight domains will help to services to:
The domains are:
The eight shared principles create a shared language and platform for services to work together. The principles should underlie the work of all DEECD health and wellbeing services and become embedded in the guidelines, standards and daily work of these services.
Smoother transitions between early childhood and school based services and links and partnerships among DEECD health and wellbeing services are needed to develop a coordinated and responsive service system for children and young people. This requires:
The Framework conveys a vision that is already being pursued across Victoria; it supports this work and offers a common language and approach to further the development of a service system that supports children and young people’s health, wellbeing, learning and development outcomes.
This is your Health and Wellbeing Service Framework; its results will be seen in how you translate it to your context and use it to inform your work.
The Health and Wellbeing Service Framework: Webpage