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Page URL: https://practice.orangatamariki.govt.nz/previous-practice-centre/policy/when-children-and-young-people-move/resources/
Printed: 22/10/2019
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When children and young people move (including overseas) policy — Resources

What's Important To Us

Changing locations is a particularly vulnerable time for mokopuna, which means it is even more important that we continue to be child-centred in our every interaction and always put the best interests of mokopuna first. It is our job to make sure their transition is as smooth as possible, and that negotiations between offices do not obscure the needs and wellbeing of the mokopuna. This includes their need for cultural connectivity.

Interstate alert template (DOC 74 KB)

International Social Service (ISS) case summary template (DOC 81 KB)

Overseas placement: Key considerations

Request for overseas assessment of caregivers — holiday placement template (DOC 112 KB)

Request for interstate transfer of casework tasks template (DOC 123 KB)

Request for family/whānau caregiver assessment in Australia template (DOC 171 KB)

Request to locate an overseas placement template (DOC 119 KB)

Request for interstate assessment of parent/s for reunification template (DOCX 84 KB)

Social worker proposal for intercountry transfer template (DOC 85 KB)

When children move — Frequently asked questions