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The All About Me plan is designed to enable us to support and respond to the needs of tamariki and rangatahi in the custody or care of the chief executive in line with the National Care Standards.
The Tamariki All About Me Plan describes how the needs of tamariki and rangatahi in care will be supported, as set out in the All About Me Plan, in a form appropriate to te tamaiti or rangatahi.
We need to visit tamariki and rangatahi as often as they need us to so they can participate and influence decisions about their safety, care and wellbeing needs.
Good health is essential to wellbeing and positive life outcomes. We need to support tamariki to access health services, both to maintain their good health and meet any health and disability needs.
We support tamariki to access education services both to maintain their learning and to meet their specific educational needs. Good education outcomes are essential to good life outcomes.
We must ensure that support is provided to tamariki and rangatahi in care to meet their needs for play, recreation and participation in community activities, including supporting, and assisting caregivers to promote these activities.
The oranga of tamariki is supported when they have a strong sense of culture, including ethnicity, sexuality (LGBTQ), gender, age, disability and faith, identity and belonging.
We need to support tamariki to establish, maintain and strengthen safe connections with their family/whānau (including siblings), hapū, iwi, marae and family group, and anyone else they or their family/whānau identify as important.
To help tamariki and rangatahi have a positive experience when they enter care or go to a new placement, we make sure they understand what is happening and where they are going ahead of time.
Our role in ensuring the collection, recording and maintaining of important events in the life of te tamaiti. This includes capturing, recording and making available the life journey of te tamaiti.
Under the National Care Standards, every tamaiti and rangatahi is entitled to receive information about what they can expect when they are in care, and be supported to speak up if they wish to raise any concerns.
Tamariki have a right to have their personal belongings with them. We need to ask them what personal belongings are special to them and make sure they remain in the possession of te tamaiti and are looked after.
Tamariki need a safe place to store their belongings. We also need to identify and record their important belongings.
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