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Using integrated administrative data to understand children at risk of poor outcomes as young adults prepared by Sarah Crichton, Robert Templeton and Sarah Tumen for the Treasury

By: Crichton, Sarah.
Contributor(s): Templeton, Robert | Tumen, Sarah.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Analytical paper.Publisher: Wellington, New Zealand : New Zealand Treasury, 2015Description: electronic document (86 pages); PDF file: 1.73 MB.ISBN: 978-0-908337-07-1 (Online).Subject(s): New Zealand Treasury | New Zealand. Ministry of Social Development | ADVERSE CHILDHOOD EXPERIENCES | CHILD PROTECTION | CHILD WELFARE | CHILDREN | ECONOMIC ASPECTS | PREDICTIVE RISK MODELLING | SOCIAL SERVICES | YOUNG PEOPLE | DATA ANALYSIS | GOVERNMENT POLICY | NEW ZEALANDOnline resources: Click here to access online Analytical paper, 2015, 15/01Summary: "This paper summarises the main findings of an exploratory analysis of the Ministry of Social Development’s Integrated Child Dataset (ICD). The analysis investigates the characteristics of children who are at risk of poor outcomes as young adults; their patterns of contact with selected government social service agencies; and some of the costs associated with the provision of services by those agencies. A leading objective of the project was to better understand the numbers and characteristics of children who have contact with government services as a result of childhood disadvantage, and the extent to which these children go on to exhibit poor outcomes at later ages." (Authors' abstract). Record #4812
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Analytical paper, 2015, 15/01

"This paper summarises the main findings of an exploratory analysis of the Ministry of Social Development’s Integrated Child Dataset (ICD). The analysis investigates the characteristics of children who are at risk of poor outcomes as young adults; their patterns of contact with selected government social service agencies; and some of the costs associated with the provision of services by those agencies. A leading objective of the project was to better understand the numbers and characteristics of children who have contact with government services as a result of childhood disadvantage, and the extent to which these children go on
to exhibit poor outcomes at later ages." (Authors' abstract). Record #4812