Tools for working
Improving outcomes for children and young people, so that every child achieves their potential, involves changes to culture and practice across the children’s workforce. These new ways of working shift the focus from dealing with the consequences of difficulties in children’s lives to early intervention and effective prevention.
A key element of this is how information about children and young people is used more effectively to promote better outcomes for children, young people and their families.
For more detailed information on local developments and the key contacts use the links below.
Practitioners and support staff working within Children’s Services and partner organisations have a duty to ensure that relevant and accurate information is shared.
A range of tools are being developed which focus on enabling and encouraging professionals to work in partnership and to share information.
Here you can find fact sheets that cover the key elements of Integrated working.