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Old 06-29-2011, 08:26 PM
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Question cyp 3.6 common barriers to intergrated working?

explain common barriers to intergrated working and mutli agencies working and how these can be overcome.

explain how and why referrals are made between agencies

analyse the potential tension between maintaining confidentiality with the need to diclose information
a where abuse of a child or young person is suspected
b whenit is suspected that a crime has / may be committed

last few question and another unit bits the dust please help
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hi tina

this is what i wrote

1.4 Common barriers for integrated working and multi- agency working are not everyone will agree on things and different professions may work in different ways and word things differently. People may have been trained in a different role to which they may find it difficult to be managed by a person with different skills. Some people may not be used to sharing their knowledge with others. Its important that each profession respect one another and that they value there knowledge and expertise by doing this it will make better multi-agencies working together.

Make sure they have clear aims, roles and responsibilities and timetables that have been agreed between the different agencies also that good communication and information sharing is carried out.

1.5 Its important that referrals are made in order for the child to get the best possible outcomes and by practitioners doing observations and recording evidence this is made possible for the child to be referred to the correct professional. Recently in my setting I noticed that one of the children was struggling to understand what I was asking her and so I shared my concerns with the teacher and she spoke to her father who had also noticed that she was struggling to hear what he was saying so the teacher asked him if she would like her to make a referral to the school nurse who would perform an hearing test and he agreed, a few weeks later the nurse came and a letter was sent home to the child’s parents and she is now under hearing specialists at the hospital.

Its important to identify the need for additional support as early as possible without it the children will not get the help they need at the right time and this could have an affect on the child’s well being. You must get the parents permission for any child to be referred and keep them well informed. Early intervention teams have been set up in England to work with children with additional needs from birth to the end of EYFS. In my setting if a referral is made from the SENCO teacher she will get in touch with the right agency who will then come and do an initial assessment or observation on the child and then the correct help will be put into practice for the child. If concerns are that a child is not being looked after or is being abused then if the child is in no immediate danger then the child will be observed and spoken to without asking any leading questions and all findings kept in a secure file which is strictly confidential and on a need to know basis it is then up to the safeguarding person in school to pass his concerns and evidence on to children’s social services.

hope it gives you some help x
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thank you so much i can hope to complete soon only have a few more questions on other units so there is light at the end of the tunnel please ask if you need help i will do my best
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ok thank you am hoping to finish in 3 weeks just this speech unit has been the hardest and ive hated doing it, someone wrote about the other 2 questions the other day about disclosing information x
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