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CynhadleddGenedlaetholTlodi Plant ac UwchgynhadleddPoblIfancNational Child Poverty Conference and Young People’s Summit 3 Tachwedd2011CYFUNO CYFLEOEDD A SIALENSIAU WRTH GYFLAWNI / JOINING UP DELIVERY OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES Rhaglen Teuluoedd yn Gyntaf /Families First Programme ConsortiwmArloesi De OrllewinCymru/ South West Wales Pioneer ConsortiumGeraldine Murphy Geraldine.firstname.lastname@example.org
Well she’s not my problem so she must be yours!
Cyfres o raglennicyflawniwedi'utargedu, ermwynmyndi'rafaelgydathlodia'ieffaith:
Suite of targeted delivery programmes to address poverty & its impact:
Dull gweithredu integredig ac sy'n canolbwyntio ar y teulu cyfan tuag at ddarparu gwasanaethau ar draws yr holl asiantaethau, sy'n sicrhau bod gwasanaethau cyffredinol, ataliol ac ymyrraeth gynnar yn cael cymaint o effaith ag y bo modd ac yn diwallu anghenion teuluoedd a phlant
Integrated, whole family approachto service delivery maximising impact of universal , preventative & early intervention services & addressing needs of families and children
Model wedi'i Seilio ar Gryfderau
Nodi a gwneud defnydd o'r cryfderau a'r adnoddau sy'n bresennol o fewn teulu
Strengths Based Model
Identifying and mobilising the strengths and resources present within a family
Families With Additional Needs
Receiving targeted resources for either singular or multiple needs e.g. involved in anti-social behaviour or school truancy; or at risk of abuse or neglect
Families With No Additional Needs
Receiving Universal Services
e.g. schools, health care
Families with Complex Needs
Receiving Statutory or Specialist Services
e.g. Looked after children
Children are not disadvantaged by poverty
% of children living in relative low income
% of children living in workless households.
% of children meeting developmental milestones on
entry to school
All children & their families living in poverty in X area
Benefits Advice /credit unions
% of children using services that meet developmental milestones on entry to school.
% of all programmes/projects evidencing that those participating have achieved improved outcomes (e.g. parenting, managing money, learning, health related etc.)
% increase in use of credit union
Focus on Outcomes for Service Users
Community Focused School
Community Group meetings
Adult learning programme
“The real challenge is to look at, and change as necessary, the whole of local authority activity, in direct relation to the needs of the community it is there to serve.
With a focus on the community - both the individual and collective needs - it is logical to respond in an integrated (corporate) way and even more logical to, draw up strategies for action rather than responding in a piecemeal way.”
In 21st Century jargon, what is needed is a ‘joined- up’ strategy not ‘initative- itis’.
Poverty and Neighbourhood Renewal in West Cornwall, 2002Sarah Cemlyn, EldinFahmy, David Gordon and Simon Bennett
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