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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The Maternal & Child Health Service
KEY AGES AND STAGES FRAMEWORK
Senior Program Policy Advisor,
Maternal and Child Health Service
Department of Education and Early Childhood Development
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.
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)
Maternal and Child Health service plays a key role in improving the identified outcomes for children and their families.
All MCH nurses throughout Victoria to implement the revised Key Ages and Stages Framework.
Future Training Strategy
CPD – part of your registration
New templates available on website nbv.org.au
Identify own learning needs
Identify own objectives of training / in-service / research / reading
Self evaluation -Have your learning needs been met?
State-wide Implementation Progress
Weekly email updates
Distributed to each Regional PASA, for distribution to each LGA
12 February 2010 and October 2010
MCH Coordinators Workshop
Mid March 2010
Supply & delivery
Mid month - Hume, Loddon Mallee, North, Grampians
Start month - South, BSW, East, Gippsland
Monthly >1000 births / year
Quarterly <1000 births / year
Number of LGAs Receiving
Ongoing KAS Resources
Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct
Parent Information cards (caterpillar)
PEDS Response forms
Safe Sleeping Checklists
Promotion of Health & Development - HV folder and envelopes
QUIT referral packs (envelopes)
HV folder is the new parent folder with additional resources
Orders through MCH Coordinator
Adjustments to ongoing orders - MCH Coordinator
1300 791 423
DDH Referral form
Available on MCH website
MCH Practice Guidelines
A key document to guide your practice
News and Events
Policy and Research
Professional Learning and Qualifications
MCH Program Standards
Continuity of Care Protocol
Evaluation MCH Service
MCH Workforce Assessment
Parent Education And Support Program
Professional Development Needs Analysis
Future Directions/ Blueprint
MCH Practice Guidelines
Safe Sleeping Checklist
Best Practice Parental Involvement
Communication, Language and Play
First Time Parent Group Resource Guide
MCH Program Resource Guide
MCH Nurse Handouts
CHR- information for professionals
MCH New Parents Kit
Managing Sleep Problems In Babies
BMI Education Resource
MCH Website: Resources (1)
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
MCH KAS training
Family Violence Training
More Information (links to)
Sids and Kids Victoria
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.
Review commencing now
Three year evaluation of the MCH KAS revised Framework.
Request for tender has been released.
DEECD MCH telephone number: 1300 791 423