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Approaches to needs assessment in children"s services

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Published by Jessica Kingsley in London, Philadelphia, PA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Child welfare -- Great Britain,
  • Child care -- Great Britain -- Evaluation,
  • Children -- Services for -- Great Britain

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 321-340) and indexes

    Statementedited by Harriet Ward and Wendy Ross
    ContributionsWard, Harriet, Rose, Wendy
    The Physical Object
    Pagination352 p. ;
    Number of Pages352
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17040631M
    ISBN 101853027804

    Comprehensive family assessment examines the strengths, needs, and capacities of parents and caregivers, including relative caregivers. Assessment strategies and tools for parents and caregivers gather information to determine the need for interventions to prevent maltreatment, strengthen family functioning, and increase family stability. This course is designed to provide skills for community needs assessment, program development, design, implementation, and evaluation across a variety of human services domains. Specific focus will be given to planning quality measures that demonstrate a program's effectiveness to all key stakeholders.

    caregiver of young children, each child under 8 years of age, their basic needs (housing, food, clothes, bedding, daily activities, health, education and childcare), and unmet needs. The information from the assessment is intended to be used to design service programs, targeted to the needs of these young children and their families.   Community-needs assessment is a collaborative process that engages community stakeholders in determining the nature and extent both of needs and resources in a community. A community-needs assessment typically identifies and responds to a .

    Needs Assessments Needs assessments are studies conducted to gather information about the needs of populations or groups in communities. One of the more practical types of research, needs assessments are used to develop new services or to evaluate the relevance of existing programs.   Rachel Balen; Approaches to Needs Assessment in Children's Services, Harriet Ward and Wendy Rose (eds), London, Jessica Kingsley, , pp. , ISBN 1 8.


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Get this from a library. Approaches to needs assessment in children's services. [Harriet Ward; Wendy Rose;] -- Examining the assessment of need in children's services, this book addresses the full spectrum of practice, policy and research developments in the field.

Approaches to Needs Assessment in Children's Services is an important contribution towards the development of integrated Children's Services, which envisage systems being in place in order to identify children in need, provide appropriate services and monitor outcomes.

Practitioners will benefit from a broader view of the issues and this 5/5(1). Examining the assessment of need in children's services this book addresses the full spectrum of practice, policy and research developments in the field.

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Examining the assessment of need in children's services, this book addresses the full spectrum of practice, policy and research developments in the field.

SUBSCRIBE TODAY. Approaches to Needs Assessment in Children's Services Approaches to Needs Assessment in Children's Services Ward, Harriet; (eds), Wendy Rose This book is ambitious in its aspirations but succeeds in providing opportunities for those in the field of child welfare to consider carefully their practice, policies, procedures and future plans.

Approaches to needs assessment in children's services Ward, Harriet ; Rose, Wendy, Examining the assessment of need in children's services this book addresses the full spectrum of practice, policy and research developments in the field.

Examining the assessment of need in children's services this book addresses the full spectrum of practice, policy and research developments in the field. The contributors include leading academics, policy makers and senior practitioners who generate a broad-based holistic approach to the assessment of children in need.

They show how needs assessment in children's services can be used to tackle. Child Abuse Review Vol Issue 1. Book Review. Approaches to needs assessment in children services by H. Ward and W. Rose, Jessica Kingsley Publishers, London, pp. ISBN 1‐‐‐4 (Pbk),   children in need, is interesting.

The second part focuses on issues in assessing the needs of individual children and their families as the basis for effective intervention. This is a useful source book as we continue to struggle with need and its assessment.

Chris Hanvey is UK director of operations, Barnardo’s. Approaches to needs assessment in children services by H. Ward and W. Rose, Jessica Kingsley Publishers, London, pp. ISBN 1‐‐‐4 (Pbk), APPROACHES TO NEEDS ASSESSMENT IN CHILDREN’S SERVICES • heavily concentrated in particular areas (the rate in Hammersmith and Fulham is six times greater than in Oxfordshire) • linked to juvenile crime.

Poorer children have also gained little from the changes made to the education system by the Conservatives during the s. An Evidenced-based Approach to Human Services A division of the National Council on Crime and Delinquency.

CRC’s work in child welfare assessment and decision is a response to the assessment process. Risk and needs assessments should be directly linked to service plans. In the aggregate, assessment data. • The Assessment Framework provides an overarching conceptual framework or scaffold rather than an instruction manual for social work assessments of children in need and their families.

Specific aspects of children’s needs require attention within the three general domains that form the ‘assessment. strengthens child safety and assessment. The Ontario Child Protection Tools provide support to the differential provision of child protection services based on the unique needs of children and their families in keeping with the Ontario Differential Response (DR) Model.

The DR Model offers differential approaches to service delivery which are. Read "Approaches to Needs Assessment in Children's Services, Harriet Ward and Wendy Rose (eds), London, Jessica Kingsley,pp.ISBN 1 4, The British Journal of Social Work" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips.

approaches to providing health care to the uninsured and medically underserved. needs assessment, compiling a listing of resources for children’s behavioral health. will help stakeholders evaluate behavioral health services to ensure that the needs of children and transitioning youth are being addressed.

The framework and handbook support social workers and social care professionals in applying a strengths-based approach to their work with adults. Published 12 February From. Presenting a step-by-step guide to designing and conducting methodologically sound yet cost-effective needs assessments, this book is responsive to program planning and policy-making goals and is applicable to determining the needs of diverse target populations.

Working from a definition of needs assessment that includes the entire process from project conceptualization through active. children are the same; each child has a unique rate of development.

In addition, no two children have the same family, cultural, and experiential backgrounds. Clearly, these variables mean that a “one-size-fits-all” assessment will not meet the needs of most young children (Shepard, et al.).

Key Principles for Needs Assessment 29 Rights-Based Approach 31 Participatory Approach, Community Engagement, and Accountability 31 Protection-centred Approach 33 Link to Other Processes and Information Systems 34 Population Data Management and Needs Assessment 34 Registration of Refugees and Asylum-seekers in proGres Part two of this resource describes one way to approach a needs assessment.

This step-by-step process can be followed or adapted to undertake a systematic needs assessment. This process has been developed based on a synthesis of the research and practice literature and draws from common practice in the social services and public health sectors.and needs as key requirements ensures consistency of approach to all children who are referred to, or who are receiving a service from the services in the area.

Where the key issue identified is a danger or risk of significant harm to a child then the risk assessment tools linked to the framework must be used.