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The City of Edinburgh Council’s Files and documents available for download within following categories, Social care and health, Children and families, GIRFEC. The City of Edinburgh Council download – Supporting child planning documents | Social care and health | Children and families | GIRFEC. Aberdeenshire GIRFEC Guidance & Operational documentation The guidance document is followed by 4 appendices with additional.

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As it stands, although child protection services fit conceptually into the model of support for children and their families outlined by the GIRFEC framework, the more detailed work to support that fit has not yet been carried out at practice level across the relevant services.

Daniel B, Wassell Dcoument. Arguably, the Named Person work is being done already; formalizing it has fueled the debate, which has led to conflicting interpretations of what the role will mean in practice.

Conflict of Interest Disclosures: Devolution, social justice and social policy: Legislation was viewed as necessary to accelerate progress already made and to ensure consistent implementation of GIRFEC across Scotland. There is concern, however, that lack of capacity or gaps in certain services may undermine progress in some areas.

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Maximizing the skilled workforce within universal services to address needs and risks as docjment as possible 9.

Carnegie UK Trust; Aldgate J, Rose W. Jessica Kingsley Publishers; Law Society of Scotland; This marked a paradigm shift from reactive to preventive services.

Child Youth Serv Rev. National Center for Biotechnology InformationU. Scottish Government Social Research; A Framework for Action. Convention on the Rights of the Child. Integrated Children’s Services in Scotland: Int’l J Child Rts.

Accessed October 12, The Named Person is the gatekeeper to services, acting as the single point of contact for the child and his or her family. Innocenti Report Card Policy Issues in the Early Years. Joseph Rowntree Foundation; As previously discussed, there are a number of as yet unresolved issues that have arisen from both the GIRFEC framework and the related legislation.

Supporting child planning documents

It remains to be seen whether full implementation of GIRFEC will result in the improved outcomes for all children and families that the Scottish government seeks, to ensure that Scotland becomes the best country for children to grow up in. Yet the turn of events in Scotland has significance beyond its borders; given that Scotland is trying to effect a whole system change, the Scottish experience can offer useful lessons for other jurisdictions considering similar transformational change.

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Documennt Scotland what can only be described as a hybrid child welfare approach has emerged.

Report of the Child Girtec Audit and Review48 which highlighted the role of all universal service providers in child protection and the importance of information sharing and collaboration. A common approach to gaining consent and to sharing information where appropriate.

Jimmy Reid Foundation; Doing Better for Children. Although full implementation of the legislative aspects such as the Named Person Service will take place in Augustthe GIRFEC framework has already been rolled out across all Scotland’s local authorities, crosscutting a variety of policy areas, such as maternity services and education.

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Poverty and Income Inequality in Scotland: Indeed, aspiration is a dominant and recurring theme across Scottish government policy.

Safeguarding and Protecting Children and Young People. Rose W, Aldgate J. An integral role for children, young people, and families in assessment, planning, and intervention 4.