Aiming High Access Fund. Date: 14/12/2011. What ?. Money To support a robust package of support at level 1/ 2 using CAF for assessment planning and review To enable children and young people with disabilities to access universal services and short breaks such as:
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- Leisure activities
- After school clubs
- Holiday activities
- Workshops, horse riding etc
To prevent crisis in families of disabled children resulting in referral to level 3 intervention
To involve the family in the service plan and promote inclusion across universal servicesWhy?
CAF is authored, recorded and an Access Fund (AF)form is attached with the cost of the service where applicable (can be found on the intranet under CAF and Aiming High websites on the A-Z)
Copy of CAF and AF form received from Lead Professional
Admin check level of case on ICS and CAF databases
Applications considered at monthly panel meetings
Admin inform Lead Professional confirming approval of grant and give details of where to send invoice.
Jenny contacts Lead Professional with explanation of why application has been refused or guidance on how to make it more successful.
Jenny run reports and management information for impact reportHow