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Every Child Matters Devon’s Approach Tim Leishman Axs Programme Manager 29 th June 2007. Childrens Trust partnership. Shared Priorities Devon County Council Health Police Connexions Probation District Councils Schools Voluntary sector. What we are doing in Devon.

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Every Child Matters

Devon’s Approach

Tim Leishman

Axs Programme Manager

29th June 2007

childrens trust partnership
Childrens Trust partnership

Shared Priorities

  • Devon County Council
  • Health
  • Police
  • Connexions
  • Probation
  • District Councils
  • Schools
  • Voluntary sector
what we are doing in devon
What we are doing in Devon
  • AXS – ‘text speak’ for Access is the Devon Children’s Trust programme to implement the Every Child Matters agenda
  • Our Priority through integrated working
    • Early identification of need
    • Early intervention and prevention
    • Family based decision making
our challenges
Our challenges
  • Massive cultural shift for organisations involved in delivering services to children, Young People and Families.
  • Partners organisational structures
  • 20,000 strong workforce to re-educate
  • Ensuring the ‘safety’ of the child, young person and family during transition to new integrated working model.
improving outcomes for children and families
Improving outcomes for children and families
  • Access to services not previously available, and a wider range of services
  • Easier or quicker access to services or expertise
  • Improved educational attainment and better engagement in education
  • Early identification and intervention
  • Better support for parents
  • Children's needs addressed more appropriately
  • Better quality services
  • Reduced need for more specialist services
benefits for staff and services
Benefits for staff and services
  • Less replication between different service providers
  • Better links between service providers, including a greater understanding of their practices
  • Improved awareness of different services and changed public perceptions of service providers
  • Liberation from narrow bureaucratic and cultural restraints of their parent organisation
  • Share experience and learn from others
  • Professional development and career progression opportunities, improvement in staff recruitment, retention and workloads
pathfinding the best fit for devon
Pathfinding the best fit for Devon
  • Testing out tools and processes in a controlled manner across 9 Local learning communities across the county.
  • Live CAFs piloting from June to December 2007.
  • Over 250 multi agency staff trained
  • Structured Evaluation to measure outcomes.
  • TOOLS INCLUDE:
  • Information Sharing Protocol*
  • Common Assessment Framework process and paperwork*
  • Lead Professional*
  • Budget Holding Lead Professional
  • Multi Agency Thresholds
  • Children’s Service Directory*

*Statutory

early wins
Early Wins
  • Budget Holding Lead Professional
    • Devon is piloting whether better service packages for core groups of children, young people and families can be delivered by giving Lead Professionals a budget with which to quickly procure goods and commission services directly from providers.
    • Funding is being ‘pump primed’ from the DfES.
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