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Introduction draft framework trish grant start strong seminar 14 october (wellington) Introduction draft framework trish grant start strong seminar 14 october (wellington) Presentation Transcript

  • START STRONG
    Draft Framework for Action
    Thursday 14th October 2010
    Duxton Hotel, Wellington
  • Background
    Start Strong initiative – to improve early support to children with a disability and their families
    Built on CCS Disability Action – ‘Intensive Flexible Family Support Project’
    Seminars 2010 – Wellington and Auckland, Ning and discussions with parents, Government and NGOs
    Agreement on need for Plan of Action
  • Aims
    Recognise - children with disabilities to be included in community of all children
    Acknowledge / reaffirm - need to improve early and sustained support
    Consolidate commitment – to work together to finalise an agreed action plan
    Ensure – all children with disabilities enjoy their rights to supports that promote well-being, learning and inclusion
  • What is Sought?
    What we want to happen now
    Why working together is important
  • Issues
    Not new, longstanding
    Some pockets of best practice
    Identified need for better integration – well child, early childhood care and education
    Lack of systemic framework
    Additional challenges for children with disabilities and their families
  • Current Context
    PHAC recommendations
    Proposed ‘new model’ and disability action plan
    Initiatives – Whanau ora, MSD Community Response Model
    Reporting – UNCROC & UNCRPD
    Government taskforce on early education
    Ministerial Committee on Disability Issues
  • Vision
    Children with disabilities are included in the community of all children and have a strong start to life through the provision of child and family centred supports that are accessible, high quality and sustainable and are integrated across health, education, social development and community sectors and agencies
  • Features & Structure
    Connections – getting, building, sustaining, making
    Strategic goal
    Aim – what is sought, who is involved (and some relevant past / current / proposed initiatives), how will progress be measured
  • Timetable
    2011– further develop and finalise the framework for action and establish review points.
    2012 - 2014 – work programmes to complete necessary changes in order to implement the agreed action plan.
    2015– full implementation achieved
  • Getting Connected
    Easy access to information, assessment, supports and communities
  • Building Connections
    With and between families, agencies and communities
    Timely, quality, integrated and flexible child and family centred support
  • Sustaining Connections
    Reliable relationships to maintain integrated supports and across times of transition
  • Making Connections
    Information shared and integrated for planning, monitoring, evaluation and research at national, regional and local levels