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Supporting Children in Care Kootenay Boundary Chapter
What’s the Issue? Kootenay Boundary Chapter
Simple Graduation rate in BC = 79% Graduation rate of Children in Care = 20% Kootenay Boundary Chapter
What’s the Issue? Graduation rate of Children in the home of a relative =  30% Kootenay Boundary Chapter
What’s the Issue? Percent of children in care who are not ready for kindergarten = 50% Kootenay Boundary Chapter
What’s the Issue? Do we know who are our Children in Care? Kootenay Boundary Chapter
What’s the Issue? Are we doing the best we can for them? Kootenay Boundary Chapter
What’s up today? The local chapter of the BCSSA applied for and received a grant to hold a symposium on the Topic of Child...
We wanted to bring together the professionals who are involved in supporting children in care:  Kootenay Boundary Chapter
Our goals: provide a forum for regional dialogue raise awareness of the needs of children in care enhance communications b...
Our goals: recognize that there will be significant staff change in the next five years and design structures that cope wi...
District Staff School administrators Counsellors Child Care workers Social Workers   Kootenay Boundary Chapter
CYSN Provincial Direction A Framework for Action Kootenay Boundary Chapter
CYSN:  Children and youth between birth and 19 who required additional educational, medical/health and social/environmenta...
Prevalence Special Needs 10 – 15% Mental Health Issues 15% Significant Special Needs 5.65% Special Learning Disability 7% ...
Services: 90 programs mostly by 3 Ministries Children and Family Education Health total spending:  $525 + million Kootenay...
Challenges: Waits, gaps and Overlaps Inconsistent Standards Complex and Disjointed  Service System Kootenay Boundary Chapter
Common Vision Needed: Optimal development, health, well-being and achievement for children and youth with special needs. K...
Common Mission Needed: To promote and deliver accessible, quality intervention and support services for children and youth...
Six supporting Strategies for Action: 1.  Placing Children’s and families’ Needs First:  Functionally-based and accessible...
Six supporting Strategies for Action: 2.  Supporting our People:  Training, Recruitment and Retention.  Kootenay Boundary ...
Six supporting Strategies for Action: 3.  Ensuring Quality and Performance:  Improving quality measurement and accountabil...
Six supporting Strategies for Action: 4. Building and Using the Evidence Base:  Promoting evaluation and research. Kootena...
Six supporting Strategies for Action: 5.  Simplifying the Pathway to Services:  Providers, agencies and ministries coordin...
Six supporting Strategies for Action: 6.  Planning Together:  Instituting a province-wide integrated planning mechanism.  ...
Now What? The problem is simple The solution is the complex piece   Kootenay Boundary Chapter
People with a Vision Outperform their Resources   Joel Barker   Kootenay Boundary Chapter
It's not the haves and the have nots It's the did and did nots! Kootenay Boundary Chapter
Let’s be a group of doers Thank you Kootenay Boundary Chapter
We gratefully acknowledge the financial support of the Province of British Columbia through the Ministry of Education Koot...
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  1. 1. Supporting Children in Care Kootenay Boundary Chapter
  2. 2. What’s the Issue? Kootenay Boundary Chapter
  3. 3. Simple Graduation rate in BC = 79% Graduation rate of Children in Care = 20% Kootenay Boundary Chapter
  4. 4. What’s the Issue? Graduation rate of Children in the home of a relative = 30% Kootenay Boundary Chapter
  5. 5. What’s the Issue? Percent of children in care who are not ready for kindergarten = 50% Kootenay Boundary Chapter
  6. 6. What’s the Issue? Do we know who are our Children in Care? Kootenay Boundary Chapter
  7. 7. What’s the Issue? Are we doing the best we can for them? Kootenay Boundary Chapter
  8. 8. What’s up today? The local chapter of the BCSSA applied for and received a grant to hold a symposium on the Topic of Children in Care Kootenay Boundary Chapter
  9. 9. We wanted to bring together the professionals who are involved in supporting children in care: Kootenay Boundary Chapter
  10. 10. Our goals: provide a forum for regional dialogue raise awareness of the needs of children in care enhance communications between all parties share successful strategies set the stage for followup Kootenay Boundary Chapter
  11. 11. Our goals: recognize that there will be significant staff change in the next five years and design structures that cope with the changes Kootenay Boundary Chapter
  12. 12. District Staff School administrators Counsellors Child Care workers Social Workers Kootenay Boundary Chapter
  13. 13. CYSN Provincial Direction A Framework for Action Kootenay Boundary Chapter
  14. 14. CYSN: Children and youth between birth and 19 who required additional educational, medical/health and social/environmental support, beyond that required by children in general, to enhance or improve their health, development, quality of life, and community integration. Kootenay Boundary Chapter
  15. 15. Prevalence Special Needs 10 – 15% Mental Health Issues 15% Significant Special Needs 5.65% Special Learning Disability 7% Kootenay Boundary Chapter
  16. 16. Services: 90 programs mostly by 3 Ministries Children and Family Education Health total spending: $525 + million Kootenay Boundary Chapter
  17. 17. Challenges: Waits, gaps and Overlaps Inconsistent Standards Complex and Disjointed Service System Kootenay Boundary Chapter
  18. 18. Common Vision Needed: Optimal development, health, well-being and achievement for children and youth with special needs. Kootenay Boundary Chapter
  19. 19. Common Mission Needed: To promote and deliver accessible, quality intervention and support services for children and youth with special needs and their families through an integrated service delivery model. Kootenay Boundary Chapter
  20. 20. Six supporting Strategies for Action: 1. Placing Children’s and families’ Needs First: Functionally-based and accessible services. Kootenay Boundary Chapter
  21. 21. Six supporting Strategies for Action: 2. Supporting our People: Training, Recruitment and Retention. Kootenay Boundary Chapter
  22. 22. Six supporting Strategies for Action: 3. Ensuring Quality and Performance: Improving quality measurement and accountability. Kootenay Boundary Chapter
  23. 23. Six supporting Strategies for Action: 4. Building and Using the Evidence Base: Promoting evaluation and research. Kootenay Boundary Chapter
  24. 24. Six supporting Strategies for Action: 5. Simplifying the Pathway to Services: Providers, agencies and ministries coordinating, collaborating and integrating more. Kootenay Boundary Chapter
  25. 25. Six supporting Strategies for Action: 6. Planning Together: Instituting a province-wide integrated planning mechanism. Kootenay Boundary Chapter
  26. 26. Now What? The problem is simple The solution is the complex piece Kootenay Boundary Chapter
  27. 27. People with a Vision Outperform their Resources   Joel Barker Kootenay Boundary Chapter
  28. 28. It's not the haves and the have nots It's the did and did nots! Kootenay Boundary Chapter
  29. 29. Let’s be a group of doers Thank you Kootenay Boundary Chapter
  30. 30. We gratefully acknowledge the financial support of the Province of British Columbia through the Ministry of Education Kootenay Boundary Chapter
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