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St. Helens Single View and eCAF. Helen Spreadbury Senior ICT/IMS Manager. Introduction. Background Systems and Solutions The St Helens Vision for Integration Demonstration. Background. Response to ECM Agenda Serious Case Reviews Victoria’s Story Baby Peter

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st helens single view and ecaf

St. HelensSingle View and eCAF

Helen Spreadbury

Senior ICT/IMS Manager

introduction
Introduction
  • Background
  • Systems and Solutions
  • The St Helens Vision for Integration
  • Demonstration
background
Background
  • Response to ECM Agenda
  • Serious Case Reviews
    • Victoria’s Story
    • Baby Peter
  • Ofsted - Learning Lessons from Serious Case Reviews 09/10, reviewed 147 cases, 194 children

“Most of the serious case reviews identified sources of

information that could have contributed to a better

understanding of the children and their families. They also

highlighted concerns about the effectiveness of assessments

and shortcomings in multi-agency working” page 5

systems and solutions
Systems and Solutions
  • CAF – live in paper format April 2007
  • ONE, V3 & V4 - Capita
  • eStart - Capita
  • ICS – Liquid Logic
  • eCAF – Liquid Logic
  • Early Years – Tribal
  • EDMS – Opentext
  • Plus; YOS, Connexions, Health etc etc etc
integration
Integration

Single View (alongside eCAF) – aims to link disparate databases/systems to form a composite view of a child's record

Why?

  • To support
    • The development of a Team around a Child/Family (TAC/TAF)
    • Information sharing
    • Locality & multi agency working
    • Early intervention and support
    • The role of the Lead Professional
    • Tells a child’s story from universal services to early intervention and beyond into statutory assessments if required
slide7

Potential Benefits

  • Cost Savings?
  • We all have to do this anyway so how can the technology can support this?
  • Leaner structures require more effective use of technology tools
  • St Helens moving towards earlier and more effective early intervention
  • eCAF is key to this approach, better, earlier interventions should reduce
  • more costly interventions ie: LAC placements
  • Earlier and more effective information sharing does ensure a better use of
  • limited resources - collect once use many times
  • Supports Munro’s view that the assessment should follow the child
  • (interim report 2011)
slide8

Practitioners have read-only access to a ‘single view’ of a child’s record

National

System?

Access point

Single View

Data Flow Direction

Protocol

YOIS

etc

etc

etc

Connexions

E-CAF

ICS

Real-time

integration

Capita ONE

Schools

EDRM

These would be delivered in subsequent phases

single view proposed
Single View Proposed

Personal Details

Relationships

Education Summary

Interventions Summary

Chronology

Surname, forename, date of birth, gender

Personal Relationships

School history

CIN~

Contact History, Referral History

Assessment Detail

Key events from ICS – to be determined

Traveller family, EAL, Asylum Seeker, Asylum Status, Registered Disabled

Address Information

CLA~

Current placement detail

OLA CLA detail

Professional relationships

Key events from ecaf – to be determined

Chosen names

Attendance (v 3.37)

Summary*

CP

CP Plan start date

CP plan end date

OLA

Key events from Capita One – to be determined

Key contact details

Risks and Hazards

Hazard History~

Risk Assessments *

Achievements (v 3.37)

Aspect, date, result*

Data discrepancies

Exclusions (v 3.37)

Start Date, End Date, Type, Reason code*

the single view solution
The Single View Solution
  • It is scalable, in that we can bolt on other databases ie: Youth Offending Health etc
  • It is secure
  • Access is only granted to nominated professionals who have completed all necessary background checks and screening for their employment
  • Two factor authentication for external access
  • Security certificate
  • No sensitive personal data is held on Single View
  • Privacy notices and information sharing agreements
  • eCAF Consent driven
  • Highest level of security is always applied ie: if shielded in ICS then the entire record of that child is shielded in Single View
  • Security based on ‘need to know’ principles
  • Review completed by external Data Protection/Caldicott expert and signed off as good practice
single view solution ecaf
Single View Solution & eCAF
  • Training commenced on the 14th of June 2010, and is now live.
  • As at the end of March 2011 450 delegates have been trained from the following teams/agencies
  • Schools & Colleges
  • Hospitals
  • Education Welfare, Behaviour Improvement and Youth Services
  • Housing
  • Teenage pregnancy
  • Health
  • Family Support
  • Children’s Centres
  • Contact Centre
  • Domestic Violence Teams
  • Voluntary Sector
  • Training courses fully booked until the end of June 2011
  • Over 290 eCAF’s completed or in progress