In response to COVID-19, we are modifying some of our usual practice approaches to keep our staff, tamariki and communities safe.

Maintaining COVID-19 safe and aware practice

We have updated our guidance for Alert Level 2. Keep checking back for updates and new guidance, including our contact tracing requirements (PDF 133KB), guidance for holding tamariki and rangatahi related in-person meetings (PDF 203KB) and the planning tool for holding FGCs and hui person to person safely (PDF 168KB).

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Planning and reviewing

Updated: 24 February 2017

This key information looks at our general approach to planning and reviewing.

What's Important To Us

Clear and comprehensive plans are the basis of improving outcomes for mokopuna. Planning and reviewing are vital components of our work: planning gives us a baseline against which to compare our progress, and reviewing is the means by which we measure how far we have come. When we intervene in the life of a family/whānau, it is important that we have a clear, time-framed, outcomes-focused and evidence-based plan that is developed in partnership with mokopuna, their family/whānau and others involved with them. Plans need to be actively implemented, monitored for progress, regularly reviewed and have recognisable and achievable goals.

This key information looks at our general approach to planning and reviewing.

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