Discriminating Reflection and Child Protection Practice

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Basic Reflection and Child Protection Practice Critical Reflection Forum Robyn Miller Principal Practitioner Children, Youth and Families Division second October 2009

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The significance of Critical Reflection in Child Protection The advantages of basic reflection open doors for both customers and specialists are very much recorded . . . . (Fook, Gibbs) Judith Gibbs takes note of the significance of a hierarchical culture which legitimizes and standardizes 'sentiments of tension, vulnerability and inner conflict'. (Gibbs 2009)

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The experience of Child Protection culture 'low in passionate capital and high on undertaking culmination and consistence' (Gibbs 2009) 'I managed it myself – I assume I've generally observed it regardless I do to some degree that in case you're not adapting it's an indication of shortcoming. That is the way I feel and I likewise didn't feel upheld by my ordinary boss at the time and I wouldn't let her know or see that'. (CP laborer cited in Gibbs 2009)

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Victoria

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The Victorian Context each youngster each possibility changes became out of a framework wide procedure of basic reflection Why the change?

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Key information supporting the change It was clear (in 2001-02) that we confronted various difficulties in Victoria: Growing interest – specifically through youngster security renotifications, running at 62% and rising Notifications from experts were expanding , particularly schools and police (multiplying at regular intervals) Compelling proof of expanding customer many-sided quality (Drug and Alcohol/Family Violence specifically) Projections in view of unaltered arrangement settings showed proceeded with development in front-end request… Even "IF" notices balanced out, as yet taking a gander at 19% of Victorian kids told to tyke insurance amid their youth

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Expert Analysis It is not the general population working in tyke assurance who are to blame; it is the strategy structure in which they work that is lethally defective. Once in a while is this inspected. Rather, more cash is filled greater youngster security frameworks and more improper referrals surge in. Educator Dorothy Scott The Australian Wednesday, 14 November 2007

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Unsinkable?

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Policy and practice changes keep on evolving

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To manage a worldview change Families, people group, experts and Government share obligation regarding enhancing the results of helpless youngsters A Public Health Approach Inclusion of powerless kids and youth in all inclusive early adolescence, wellbeing and training administrations Improved access to more serious family bolster Promoting an entire of family center in pro grown-up administrations

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And a more remedial center for kid security mediations Engaging families in basic leadership Broader concentrate on kid advancement, soundness and long haul effects of total damage Whilst remaining forensically keen

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Child Protection Program Children, Youth and Families Act 2005 Best Interests Principles The best advantages of the tyke should dependably be foremost Child Protection choices must shield the tyke from mischief, ensure his/her rights and advance his/her advancement

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Family administrations/Child Protection interface - now?

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Child Protection-Child FIRST interface - later on

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Manifestations of Trust and Reciprocity At the arrangement and arranging/administration level:

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Child FIRST Service Model 25 sub-provincial or LGA Child FIRST groups (prevalently in view of existing PCP catchments) Providing a solidified admission limit for the benefit of all family benefits in the neighborhood the right support to defenseless families prior before more difficult issues emerge Build on gaining from existing brought together family administrations admissions

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Major research discoveries Significant positive changes to kid insurance framework action Better case finding for difficult to achieve customers Improved co-operation between offices working with "at hazard" kids and families Professor Shane Thomas Faculty of Medicine Monash University

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Notifications/Reports 2001/02 – 2006/07 Abuse and disregard notices increment broadly by 56% Victoria increment of just 2.8%

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Positive changes in Victorian tyke assurance framework action From 2001/02 to 2006/07 Victorian substantiations action slanted marginally downwards with a diminishing of 6.3% contrasted with a national increment of 45%. (Source: AIHW tyke security frameworks action information) Professor Shane Thomas Faculty of Medicine Monash University

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Refocussing Child Protection Child Protection will keep on being a master benefit, interceding where youngsters are at danger of huge damage Shift from a long winded concentrate on quick wellbeing and 'insignificant mediation into family life' to a more extensive concentrate on: Child improvement Cumulative mischief Children's strength Keeping Aboriginal kids associated with their group and culture New capacities and procedures: Reports on unborn kids Reports on kids 10-14 displaying sexually harsh conduct

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Child's Best Interests

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Relationship Based Practice

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The draw to energize

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Embedding the Reform An Example NWMR – THINK CHILD 140 Practitioners and Operational Managers met up for a large portion of a day to start to illuminate and build up a neighborhood assention Their mutual dreams: Key accomplices cooperating Men's and ladies' and kids' administrations around the table. Police, advisors, lodging, tyke assurance, courts – a co-ordinated approach

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Key Components of the Leadership Development Strategy Framework Statewide 360 Degree Feedback for all Child Protection forefront and center chiefs more than 3 years 'Driving Practice' Resource Guide 'Driving Practice' Learning Lab arrangement Professional Coaching Workplace Mentoring E-Learning – Web based/Self Directed Learning

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Key Components of the Leadership Development Strategy Framework Graduate Certificate in Child and Family Practice (30 puts for each year) Graduate Diploma in Child and Family Leadership (30 puts for each year)

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Child Protection Operating Model Demonstration Project - Eastern Metropolitan Region The Demonstration Project tests the incorporated components of another Child Protection Operating Model in the Eastern Metropolitan Region Through change to parts, practice, structure and multidisciplinary approaches, we need to positively affect: drawing in and holding Child Protection experts upgrading and maintaining results for youngsters and families working in organization crosswise over offices and in multi disciplinary groups to profit kids and families

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Trial exercises to improve the staff encounter

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The test of interest

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Holding our nerve About 12% in the two years after CYFA was presented, yet most development was in the primary year. As of now reports are expanding at around 5% every year. Still a considerable measure lower than other Australian wards

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Best Interests Case Practice Model – acknowledged crosswise over segments in Victoria

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Principal Practitioner part Reports to Executive Director Children Youth and Families Division of DHS Initial Brief: Build a culture of intelligent practice Bridge strategy, research and practice Conduct surveys of practice for Minister, Executive, Ombudsman, Regional mngs Strengthen associations with outside partners Develop inventive practice

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Critical Reflection System wide concentrate on creating administration capacities and basic appearance in supervision Most workplaces/groups over the state – month to month session notwithstanding progressing supervision Case presentations

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Cont'd Themes: drawing in youngsters Strength construct approaches Integrating research in light of injury, sexual mishandle Engaging men with a background marked by brutality

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Process of Critical Reflection Establishing a "Learning Culture": making a strong safe space Prior arranging of case presentation Facilitator overts need to oversee time and process; looks for authorization to intrude; esteeming natural information, rehearse shrewdness and the hypothesis and research Commitment to overting the nearness/effect of vicarious injury

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Process of Critical Reflection Practitioner gets ready history, geneogram, ecogram Clarifies specific desires, purposes Facilitator: "If this session was truly helpful to you what might you need to leave with?" OR

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Process of Critical Reflection "If this wound up being a truly unhelpful, negative experience for you, what might we as a gathering have done?" Facilitator requests that every gathering part listen through the eyes, ears and hearts of every tyke, parent, noteworthy others, specialist

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Process of Critical Reflection Case presentation 10 mins Clarifying inquiries 10 mins Presenters kick back and listen Group then reacts to facilitator's inquiries regarding their part eg "What's it like for you being James in this family?" "What do you require now?"

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Process of Critical Reflection Through the focal point of injury hypothesis Through the focal point of research on family viciousness (open door for instructing) Presenter gives input on the reflections

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Process of Critical Reflection Facilitator requests that every gathering part remark on parts of the practice they have esteemed. See the qualities Where to from here? Case arranging Check in how every part is feeling before leaving

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