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Children and Young Peoples Strategic Partnership Presentation Bronagh Donnelly
Purpose: Improving outcomes for Children and Young People
Structure of CYPSP
Early intervention Integration of planning Optimisation of resources Communicating with Government CYPSP KEY THEMES Children and Young People’s Plan 2011-14
Western Outcomes Group
Carries out integrated planning and commissioning for children and young people in the West Emphasis on sharing resources across agencies Role to develop a Local Action Plan as part of the CYPSP Outcomes based planning Membership – those with responsibility for service provision on a West wide remit
BUILDING A PARTNERSHIP (Membership) INTEGRATED PLANNING AND COMMISSIONING ACTION PLAN CYPP LOCALITY PLANNING FAMILY SUPPORT HUBS PARTICIPATION OF CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE AND PARENTS OUTCOMES BASED PLANNING DELIVERY OF IMPROVED OUTCOMES COLLECTIVE USE OF EXISTING RESOURCES Specific Responsibilities of Outcomes Groups
to improve outcomes for all children and young people in this area by – Listening to local children and young people, their parents and local communities Building on the strengths of families and local communities Building on existing social partnerships Providing a needs led range of leisure, social, health, educational and housing services in locally agreed and accessible locations. Locality Planning Aims
The role of each locality planning group is to:- be a partnership at locality level at a geography that makes sense to the local community draw up a locality plan to address priorities identified through outcomes based planning and to mobilise local resources from the statutory, voluntary and community sectors to address these priorities – as part of the Children and Young People’s Plan Locality Planning role:
Family Support Hub
Family Support Hubs What is it? “A Family Support Hub is a multi-agency network of statutory, voluntary and community organizations that either provide early intervention services or work with families who need early intervention services or level 2 family support. The network accepts referrals of families who need early intervention family support and uses their knowledge of local service providers to signpost families with specific needs to appropriate services.”
To improve access to early intervention family support services by matching the needs of referred families to family support providers To improve coordination of early intervention family support services by creating a collaborative network of providers To improve awareness of family support services To assess the level of unmet need for early intervention family support services and inform the relevant Outcomes Group Purpose of EI family Support Hubs
Partnership Based Needs Led Strengths Based Accessible and Flexible Strengthen Informal Support Networks Participation Promote social inclusion Measure success through outcomes Focus on wishes, feelings and well-being of children/young people Common Standards
Early Intervention Transformation Programme EITP
The coming together of six Government Departments and private philanthropy, as part of the Delivering Social Change initiative, to jointly fund a programme of early intervention Working together / pooling resources to focus on prevention and earlier intervention Using data and outcome indicators to both drive improvement & demonstrate change What is the EITP? Supporting families when problems arise before they need statutory involvement Roll out of regional Family Hub Model Early Intervention Service Parenting Programme Development
Early Intervention Strategic Partnership EISP
Children in the DCC area get the best start in life and are ready to succeed The DCC area, as an Early Intervention City and Region, has improved life chances by working with children, young people and families, particularly those at risk from adverse circumstances Children and Young people in the Derry City Council area are happy, successful, informed, confident and positive citizens What is EISP? One Plan for Derry’s commitment to Early Intervention Focus on 0 – 18 years old & families Formation of local EI Strategic Partnership Aim
Consistent framework across Northern Ireland Planning happens closer to child (whole child model) Improved outcomes (outcomes monitoring report) Greater ownership by communities Greater interagency referrals and Co-ordination between services Service development to meet locally identified needs Benefits
Further Information Bronagh Donnelly CYPSP Locality Planning Coordinator Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Tele: 02871342286
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