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STATEWIDE ROLLOUT The Maternal & Child Health Service KEY AGES AND STAGES FRAMEWORK Helen Cunningham Senior Program Policy Advisor, Maternal and Child Health Service Department of Education and Early Childhood Development.

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STATEWIDE ROLLOUT

The Maternal & Child Health Service

KEY AGES AND STAGES FRAMEWORK

Helen Cunningham

Senior Program Policy Advisor,

Maternal and Child Health Service

Department of Education and Early Childhood Development

the kas revised framework
Our goal is to improve the outcomes for children and their families by aligning MCH practice with current evidence.

The revised Key Ages and Stages framework realigns the Universal MCH activities in accordance with current evidence, strengthens the clinical role of the MCH nurse and maintains the reputation of the Universal Victorian MCH service as an international leader within MCH practice.

The KAS Revised Framework
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This framework comprises 35 outcomes of children’s health, learning, development, wellbeing and safety, incorporating 150 indicators to measure progress towards these outcomes.

(The State of Victoria’s children 2008)

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Maternal and Child Health service plays a key role in improving the identified outcomes for children and their families.

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Goal

All MCH nurses throughout Victoria to implement the revised Key Ages and Stages Framework.

training attended
Framework

PEDS

Brigance

Sleep

Family Violence

SUDI

QUIT

Training Attended
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Future Training Strategy

  • Mop up sessions 2009
  • Framework / PEDS / Brigance
  • Sleep
  • Family Violence
  • SUDI
  • QUIT
  • Ongoing sessions 2010
  • Plan: 3 complete sessions - of all 7 components
  • For those on extended leave, return to practice
  • Registration - online / [email protected]
  • MCH students
  • Training strategy to be finalised
continuing professional development cpd
CPD – part of your registration

New templates available on website nbv.org.au

Key factors

Identify own learning needs

Identify own objectives of training / in-service / research / reading

Self evaluation -Have your learning needs been met?

Continuing Professional Development (CPD)
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State-wide Implementation Progress

  • Follow up training sessions
  • All aspects of the training covered.
  • Opportunity to ask questions, consolidate learning
  • To date - 50% Regionally
  • IT Systems
  • Xpedite
  • MACHS
  • FAQs
state wide implementation progress communication strategy
State-wide Implementation ProgressCommunication Strategy

Weekly email updates

Distributed to each Regional PASA, for distribution to each LGA

MCH Conferences

12 February 2010 and October 2010

MCH Coordinators Workshop

Mid March 2010

Regional Meetings

Website- FAQs

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Resources

Supply & delivery

Mid month - Hume, Loddon Mallee, North, Grampians

Start month - South, BSW, East, Gippsland

Monthly >1000 births / year

Quarterly <1000 births / year

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Number of LGAs Receiving

Ongoing KAS Resources

Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct

ongoing resources supplied
Parent Information cards (caterpillar)

PEDS Response forms

PEDS Booklets

Safe Sleeping Checklists

Promotion of Health & Development - HV folder and envelopes

QUIT referral packs (envelopes)

Stickers

HV folder is the new parent folder with additional resources

Ongoing Resources Supplied
additional supplies resources
Orders through MCH Coordinator

Adjustments to ongoing orders - MCH Coordinator

[email protected]

1300 791 423

Additional Supplies / Resources
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DDH Referral form

Available on MCH website

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MCH Practice Guidelines

A key document to guide your practice

mch website content
News and Events

Policy and Research

Resources

Professional Learning and Qualifications

MCH Website Content
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MCH Website: News and Events

  • Conferences – presentations
  • MCH
  • EHV
  • MCH Coordinators Workshop
mch website policy and research 1
MCH Website: Policy and Research(1)

MCH Program Standards

Continuity of Care Protocol

Reports

Evaluation MCH Service

MCH Workforce Assessment

MIST

Parent Education And Support Program

Professional Development Needs Analysis

mch website policy and research 2
Strategies

Future Directions/ Blueprint

Workforce Strategy

Guidelines

MCH Practice Guidelines

KAS Framework

Safe Sleeping Checklist

Best Practice Parental Involvement

Communication, Language and Play

EHV

First Time Parent Group Resource Guide

MCH Program Resource Guide

MCH Website: Policy and Research(2)
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Centre Directory

MCH Line

MCH Nurse Handouts

CHR- information for professionals

MCH New Parents Kit

Managing Sleep Problems In Babies

BMI Education Resource

Additional resources

MCH Website: Resources (1)

mch website resources 2
MCH Website: Resources (2)
  • Promotion of Health and Development Pamphlets
  • Link KAS Promotion of Health and Development
  • Napcan
  • Sids and Kids
  • DEECD
  • Department of Health
  • Australian Government Department of Health & Aging
  • DHS
  • Vic Roads
  • Kidsafe
  • Raising Children Network
  • Victorian Continence Resource Centre
  • Beyond Blue
  • Go for your life
  • Victorian Playgroup Association
  • Cancer Council Victorian
  • Dental Health Service Victoria
mch website resources 3
Forms

DDH referral form

QUIT referral form

Manual Daily activity sheet

Manual Daily Tally Sheet

Birth Notification form

Parent Groups forms

Related Programs and Initiatives

In-home Support for Aboriginal Families

Best Start

School Nursing

MCH Website: Resources(3)
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MCH Website: Resources (4)
  • Other Resources
  • Early Childhood Research
  • Blue Book
  • Immunisation
  • Better Health Channel
  • RCH- Child Safety Centre
  • RCH- Early Childhood Connections
  • Raising Children Network
  • Anaphylaxis Australia
  • Parenting Research Centre
  • State Library of Victoria- Young Readers Program
mch website professional learning qualifications
MCH KAS training

Family Violence Training

More Information (links to)

Swimbourne

Sids and Kids Victoria

Quit

Hawker Brownlow

CCCH (PEDS)

MCH Website: Professional Learning & Qualifications
kas implementation group
A working group developed to look at issues raised through state-wide implementation and provide solutions through good practice models from the field.

This group will provide answers for the FAQs.

KAS Implementation Group
the child health record
The Child Health Record

Review commencing now

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The Evaluation

Three year evaluation of the MCH KAS revised Framework.

Request for tender has been released.

ongoing support
[email protected]

DEECD MCH telephone number: 1300 791 423

Ongoing Support
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