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Page URL: https://practice.orangatamariki.govt.nz/previous-practice-centre/policy/
Printed: 18/07/2024
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Policy

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Assessment and decision making

This policy has been updated but this part of the website still contains guidance about complex needs, the education screen and the youth justice pre-family group conference case consultation.

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Caregiver assessment and approval

This policy has been updated but this part of the website still contains guidance about preparing a family profile for adoptive or permanent caregivers.

Caring for children and young people

This policy has been updated but this part of the website still contains some key information and resources.

Convening the youth justice family group conference

This policy has been updated but this part of the website still contains key information and resources about community work, working with victims, entitlement to attend a family group conference, extended care agreements and using section 261.

Creating families through adoption

This policy has been updated but this part of the website still contains guidance about in-vitro fertilisation (IVF) surrogacy adoption.

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Holding the youth justice family group conference

This policy has been updated but this part of the website still contains guidance about the completion and presentation of decisions, recommendations and plans, and differing positions.

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Professional supervision

This policy has been updated but this part of the website still contains guidance about managing and responding to dangerous situations.

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Seeking solutions with families

This policy focuses on working with whānau or family to develop solutions to respond to care and wellbeing concerns for their tamariki and rangatahi. It covers the participation of tamariki and rangatahi and using family/whānau agreements to support …

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When children and young people move (including overseas)

This policy outlines requirements when mokopuna are living outside their home country or travelling internationally. There is a new policy for casework responsibilities when our work involves more than 1 site – when tamariki are living outside their …

Working with children and young people in residences

This policy has been updated but this part of the website still contains key information and resources to support kaimahi working with tamariki and rangatahi in residences.

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