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Hearing the Child's Voice - the Solihull Approach

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by Tina Russell, Solihull MBC

by Tina Russell, Solihull MBC

Published in: Business, Self Improvement

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  • 1. THREE APPROACHES - ONE OUTCOME The Visits Template The Child’s Voice Audit Tool Performance Data
  • 2. THE VISITS TEMPLATE • Consistency in recording • Quality of practice • Performance data
  • 3. THE CHILD’S VOICE - AUDIT TOOL • Hearing the child voice • Audit focuses on the recording in the visits template • Timely learning and reflection for SW/Managers • Increased quantity of audits
  • 4. GOOD PRACTICE IN OUR AUDITS • Children seen on a regular basis • Good use of observations as well as verbal information sharing with children and young people and Parents / child interactions • Very positive engagement between the children and SW/FSW – not always long term established relationships
  • 5. LEARNING FROM OUR AUDIT • Audit much quicker – achievable to do! • An individual child can be lost in recording of home visits to siblings groups • Frequent home visits but not linking to wider intervention /outcomes • Where Children shared new concerns insufficient recording of what the next steps of the SW will be • “regular visits” referred to in a CP report not evidenced in Care First • Good quality individual visits not reflected in the assessment……..
  • 6. SERVICE PERFORMANCE DATA • Case status – CIN/CP/LAC • Frequency of visits – Latest/time period • Service / Team performance – drill down Seen & Seen alone Suitability of Home environment Trusted Adult Feel listened to • New safeguarding issues identified • Service perspective on Safe and Happy
  • 7. FURTHER DEVELOPMENTS IN SOLIHULL ! • Tweaking of the audit tool to improve team and service analysis • Five specific practice audit tools • Embed as part of the QA framework • Reporting in Care First on the individual child pattern against these inputs.