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1 ( ) Autonomous non-profit organisation Centre for Development of Innovative Social Services “Partnership for Every Child” PARTNERSHIP FOR EVERY CHILD ( )

2 Our mission Our vision — a world in which every child is brought up in a safe and loving family and the family receives support for satisfying the child’s needs, developing his/her capabilities and potential. Our mission - “Partnership for Every Child” provides families and children with innovative and effective social services that satisfy the individual development requirements of each child at risk of being or left without parental care. PARTNERSHIP FOR EVERY CHILD ( )

3 Our lines of work o We create and introduce innovative services for supporting and protecting children and families o We provide professional assistance to specialists working with children and families o We carry out studies and create scientifically proven platforms for changing social policy at the regional and federal levels PARTNERSHIP FOR EVERY CHILD ( )

4 The “Relief” social service This year, women in the world will become mothers of disabled children. What does this mean? It means that, 24 hours day, 365 days a year, and THROUGHOUT LIFE, the disabled child will need constant assistance. The “Relief” service is an opportunity to entrust care of the child, for a short time, to a professional host family. During this time, the parents have a chance to rest and deal with urgent matters. Our staff select and train host families, monitor placement of children in host families and the quality of the services provided We are today helping 70 families bringing up 90 children with special needs. PARTNERSHIP FOR EVERY CHILD ( )

5 The "Relief" social service Project target groups: Children with special needs from birth to 14 years Families bringing up children with special needs The community – host families, the immediate environment, educational and social institutions, municipalities, government authorities, etc. PARTNERSHIP FOR EVERY CHILD ( )

6 Creating a service profile. 3 focus-groups involving 15 families bringing up children with special needs Discussion of the real need for a service Creation of the image of the host family Expression of host family concerns Consideration of an approximate variant of the agreement between families PARTNERSHIP FOR EVERY CHILD ( )

7 Creating a service profile. 5 focus-a groups for potential host families Motivation to take part in the project Concerns related to the project Time they are willing to spend on training Whether they are prepared to be a host family for several children Whether they think material remuneration is essential for providing such a service PARTNERSHIP FOR EVERY CHILD ( )

8 Algorithm of the “Relief” service. Stage 1 : Assessment of the needs of families bringing up children with special needs Stage 2 : Involvement and training of host families Stage 3 : Selection of a host family for s specific child Stage 4 : Child placement Stage 5 : Control over placement of the child Stage 6 : Clubs for host families and parents of children with special needs Stage 7 : Monitoring Stage 8 : Conference of project personnel PARTNERSHIP FOR EVERY CHILD ( )

9 The “Relief” social service. Out of 100 % of children receiving the “Relief” service: 45.7% have multiple disorders 33.7% have ICP 12% have Down’s syndrome 5.3% are autistic 2.2% have hearing difficulties 1.1% have vision difficulties PARTNERSHIP FOR EVERY CHILD ( )

10 Our children. PARTNERSHIP FOR EVERY CHILD ( )

11 The "Relief" social service. Over the 3 years the “Relief” social service has been available, children have spent over hours with host families. Of these: in 2008 – 2568 hours, in 2009 – 8628 hours, in 2010 – hours, over 8 months of 2011 – 6874 hours And the demand for the “Relief” service is growing by the year. PARTNERSHIP FOR EVERY CHILD ( )

12 You can make just a very small contribution, but even this will contribute to creating the main thing: A WORLD WHERE EVERY CHILD HAS A FAMILY Contact persons: Liudmila Sorokina - Director St. Petersburg, Primorskiy Pr., d. 33 тел. +7 (812) , tel/fax +7 (812) PARTNERSHIP FOR EVERY CHILD ( )


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