Right Services –Right Time Meeting Children’s Needs. My Agency’s Responsibilities. Ofsted Inspection 2012. Set out a requirement for BSCB to review the thresholds document and ensure that: Delays are avoided when responding to concerns about children and young people.
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My Agency’s Responsibilities
Set out a requirement for BSCB to review the thresholds document and ensure that:
LSCBs to publish a threshold document that includes:
Chantelle aged 3 moved to the area a month ago with her mum, Karen, and her younger brother. They moved to be closer to Karen’s mum who now looks after the children when Karen is at work.
They do not have a lot of money and are currently living in a small, one bedroom flat which is a little damp. Chantelle hasn’t yet started at a new nursery but Karen says she’s really keen for her to go to nursery once she’s found one.
She seems rather small for her age and has a rash on her arm which she scratches a lot. Mum says she’s concerned about it but hasn’t yet managed to register at a new GP . She says she’ll take Chantelle to the GP as soon as she is signed up.
Chantelle seems quiet and doesn’t talk much
While Chantelle does have some obvious needs it would seem that mum has a plan in place to address them. Therefore the appropriate intervention for her would be Universal Plus as she may just need the worker to support her and signpost her to the appropriate help such as GP and children’s centre.
If no progress was made or mum identified that she was struggling to find her way, further discussion might mean that additional needs help might be required
All agencies will need to report back to BSCB by October 2013: