Information sharing Overview Getting it right for every child GIRFEC supports families by making sure children and young people can receive the right help, at the right time, from the right people. The aim is to help them to grow up feeling loved, safe and respected so that they can realise their full potential. GIRFEC is a way for families to work in partnership with people who can support them, such as teachers, doctors and nurses. It was developed by people who work with children and young people and reflects feedback from families. It has been used and tested across Scotland since
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Consistent high standards of cooperation, joint working, and communication where more than one agency needs to be involved, locally and across Scotland. The Scottish Context Scotland is a relatively small country with a population of only 5. Accessed August 25, In some geographic areas implementation has been successful, yet in other areas the pace of culture change has been slow, perhaps partly due to doument flexible nature of local execution.
Aldgate J, Rose W. Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education. Rose W, Aldgate J. Maximizing the skilled workforce within universal services to address needs and risks as early as possible 9. Health for All Children 4. GIRFEC was developed and implemented as a new approach to multiagency practice with the aim of improving outcomes for all children and young people. Scottish Journal of Residential Child Care.
An integral role for children, young people, and families in assessment, planning, and intervention 4. Conti G, Heckman JJ. A common approach to gaining consent and to sharing information where appropriate. Stalker K, Moscardini L. Burgess C, Stone K. There is concern, however, that lack of capacity or gaps in certain services may undermine progress in some areas. Stradling B, Alexander B. The Documen Society of Girec Response. Children in Scotland; Scotland is not without its social problems: Joseph Rowntree Foundation; Successful implementation, however, requires significant change at the levels of system, culture, and practice, including multiagency collaboration and information sharing.
Dlcument Center for Biotechnology InformationU. Aldridge H, Kenway P. Published online Jun 6. Consistent high standards of cooperation, joint working, and communication where more than one agency needs to be involved, locally and across Scotland 7.
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Getting It Right For Every Child (GIRFEC)
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