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Child, Youth and Family service experience insights Child, Youth and Family

Contributor(s): New Zealand. Child, Youth and Family.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Child, Youth and Family, 2016?Description: electronic document (90 pages) ; PDF file.Subject(s): New Zealand. Modernising Child, Youth and Family Expert Panel | Oranga Tamariki, Ministry for Children | ATTITUDES | CAREGIVERS | CHILD PROTECTION | CHILDREN | FOSTER CARE | FOSTER CHILDREN | PARENTS | SOCIAL WORKERS | NEW ZEALANDOnline resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Voices of the young people
Voices of the parents
Voices of the caregivers
Voices of the social workers
Summary: The Minister for Social Development established an Expert Advisory Panel in April 2015 to oversee the development of a business case for modernising Child, Youth and Family. The Panel wanted a deeper understanding of young people's service experience through one-on-one interviews and ethnographic based research The Panel asked young people who have had contact with Child, Youth and Family to share their experiences to help the Panel rethink statutory services for vulnerable children and young people. The Panel also spoke to the adults playing key roles in the lives of vulnerable children and young people, their parents, caregivers, and social workers. (From the document). This research is brought together in this one "Insights" document, along with the OIA letter which triggered its release. Record #5969
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This document was released by Oranga Tamariki on 27 July 2018 in response to a request under the Official Information Act.

Voices of the young people

Voices of the parents

Voices of the caregivers

Voices of the social workers

The Minister for Social Development established an Expert Advisory Panel in April 2015 to oversee the development of a business case for modernising Child, Youth and Family.

The Panel wanted a deeper understanding of young people's service experience through one-on-one interviews and ethnographic based research

The Panel asked young people who have had contact with Child, Youth and Family to share their experiences to help the Panel rethink statutory services for vulnerable children and young people.

The Panel also spoke to the adults playing key roles in the lives of vulnerable children and young people, their parents, caregivers, and social workers. (From the document). This research is brought together in this one "Insights" document, along with the OIA letter which triggered its release. Record #5969