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  • Many of the children and young people have significant medical issues and these are often the highest priority, however that doesn’t mean that other issues need to wait for attention more that many needs should be addressed in parallel. Home and education issues being important for student participation. Social integration hopefully can be assisted with students accessing their local school. Our service aims to be family centered in it’s approach – putting the family at the centre of the child’s world , the family being the strength and constant in the child life. Some families come with some things in place, however this needs careful evaluation as sometimes it is not as helpful as hoped for example a wheelchair may be hired but at great cost to the family.
  • Many of the children and young people have significant medical issues and these are often the highest priority, however that doesn’t mean that other issues need to wait for attention more that many needs should be addressed in parallel. Home and education issues being important for student participation. Social integration hopefully can be assisted with students accessing their local school. Our service aims to be family centered in it’s approach – putting the family at the centre of the child’s world , the family being the strength and constant in the child life. Some families come with some things in place, however this needs careful evaluation as sometimes it is not as helpful as hoped for example a wheelchair may be hired but at great cost to the family.
  • Many of the children and young people have significant medical issues and these are often the highest priority, however that doesn’t mean that other issues need to wait for attention more that many needs should be addressed in parallel. Home and education issues being important for student participation. Social integration hopefully can be assisted with students accessing their local school. Our service aims to be family centered in it’s approach – putting the family at the centre of the child’s world , the family being the strength and constant in the child life. Some families come with some things in place, however this needs careful evaluation as sometimes it is not as helpful as hoped for example a wheelchair may be hired but at great cost to the family.
  • Many of the children and young people have significant medical issues and these are often the highest priority, however that doesn’t mean that other issues need to wait for attention more that many needs should be addressed in parallel. Home and education issues being important for student participation. Social integration hopefully can be assisted with students accessing their local school. Our service aims to be family centered in it’s approach – putting the family at the centre of the child’s world , the family being the strength and constant in the child life. Some families come with some things in place, however this needs careful evaluation as sometimes it is not as helpful as hoped for example a wheelchair may be hired but at great cost to the family.

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  • Auckland Area Child Development Teams Startstrong – A Children’s Rights Seminar Madeleine Sands 1 st July 2010
  • Child Development Services
    • Ministry of Health
      • Directorate of Disability Services
    • National contracts
      • each District Health Board
      • Memorandum of Understanding with Ministry of Education ( Reviewed 2009 -10 )
    • Disability Strategy
    • Health Practitioners Competence Assurance Act
  • Definition of Disability
    • Children and young people who have been identified as having a physical, sensory or intellectual disability or combination of these, which is likely to continue for a minimum of six months. Children who are at risk of developing such a disability or have developmental delay.
          • MoH Service Specification (National) CDS May 2004
  • Children with a Disability
    • Children with a disability may receive services from
      • Public funded services
      • Private services funded by their family
    • Public funded services
      • Health sector
      • Education sector
      • Other
  • Child Development Services (CDSs)
    • National contract – across NZ
      • Generally sit within DHBs
        • dependent on local service configuration
    • In Metropolitan Auckland there are 4 CDSs
      • Auckland
        • Central
      • Counties Manukau
        • South
      • Waitemata
        • North and West
        • Wilson Centre holds a regional contract for Rehabilitation Service
  • Child Development Services (CDSs)
    • Free to NZ residents
    • Birth to 16+ years
    • Multidisciplinary
    • Based in Community
  • CDSs Guiding Principles
    • Community based and focused
    • Family centred
    • Accountable
    • Responsive
    • Multidisciplinary
  • Multidisciplinary Team (Central Auckland)
    • Community Workers – Maori, Pacific, Refugee and New Migrant
    • Dietitian
    • Occupational therapist
    • Physiotherapist
    • Psychologist
    • Social Worker
    • Speech Language therapist
    • Support staff – assistant, clerical, management
  • The Beginning
    • What are the Child’s needs
      • Medical issues
      • At home
      • To access education
      • Social integration
    • What are the Family needs
      • In the home
      • To access the community
      • Financial needs
    • What has already been put in place
      • Rental equipment
      • Services
  • Collaborative Interfaces
    • DHBs
    • Ministry of Health
    • Ministry of Education
    • CCS Disability Action
    • Taikura Trust
    • Early Childhood sector
    • School sector
    • Ohomairangi Trust
    • Equipment Management Services - Accessable
    • Child Youth and Family Service
    • NGOs
    • Mental Health
    • Conductive Education
  • Gaps in service delivery
    • Psychology support
    • Intensive programmes
  • Issues
    • Waitlist management
    • Case management for complex cases
    • Complex housing modifications
    • NASC services
    • Behavioural programmes
    • Parenting programmes
    • Respite care – availability, flexibility
    • Budget constraints
  • Auckland Area Child Development Teams Thank You Startstrong – A Children’s Rights Seminar Madeleine Sands 1 st July 2010