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FAMILY INTERVENTION PROJECT Rumi Hussain – Manager
AGENDA -ADDRESS ASB -REDUCE DISRUPTION -REGONISE FAMILIES COMPLEX NEEDS -A DIFFERENT APPROACH
SURVEY IDENTIFIED 3 MAIN CAUSES OF YOUTH ASB -Poor Parenting -Boredom -Not enough to do
HACKNEY FIP -Looks at root causes -Time limited -Intensive -Homebased
AIM OF PROJECT -Bring Stability -Prevent Homelessness -Improve outcomes for Children -Reduce ASB
CRITERIA -Families with children under 18 -Families engaged in ASB activities -Causing a nuisance and distress to neighbours -Tenancies at risk -Subject to ASB or ABC -Children not in education
PROCESS REFERRAL MEETING WITH PROFESSIONALS MEETING WITH FAMILY CONTRACT
EVERY CHILD MATTERS -Being healthy -Staying safe -Enjoying and achieving -Making a positive contribution -Economic well-being
Paul Ennals Chief Executive National Childrens Bureau Every Child Matters What does it mean for you? 21 st March 2007.
Protecting at risk children Eileen Munro November 1 st 2006.
Common Assessment/ Lead Professional Kate Hallam Project Worker.
Improving Outcomes for Young People Heather Stevens The National Youth Agency.
Every child matters ….. more than moving the deckchairs.
1 Aims n To enhance awareness of the national and regional extended/community school strategies n To look at the current understanding of what an extended/community.
Southwark’s Troubled Families Programme
Michelle Elstob Caroline Bairstow
Dr Laura Davies University of Leeds
Multi-agency group for Children and Young People in Care
LAWS WHICH CONTRIBUTE TO PROTECTION. Children Act Mental Health Act Disability Act Community Care Every Child Matters.
Safeguarding Children across Culture and Faith The Way Forward.
Rick Hood Royal Holloway University of London. Indicators and outcomes Child well-being indicators (Bradshaw and Richardson, 2009) Every Child Matters.
The Transfer of the 0 -5 Healthy Child Programme.
Nevada Drop Out. Nevada’s drop out rate Average graduation rate nationally hit a record high of 80 percent Nevada had the lowest rate in the country at.
Stay Safe Conference The Impact of Social Policy on Families Today.
Safer Working Practices: good for pupils, good for staff Deborah Steele Schools Advisor (Child Protection) Wiltshire Council January 2012.
1 Every Child Matters National and Local Perspectives Rolle College 29 th June 2007 Geoff Tew Devon CPD Adviser.
The Mobile Urgent Treatment Team (MUTT) was created to help children and teenagers in Crisis. MUTT will answer your questions and concerns about your child.
Hackney’s Safer Schools Partnership Nicola Baboneau, Community & Partnerships, The Learning Trust.
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