access to information
Knowledge management underpins the delivery of the Scottish Government's social care policies, in particular the realisation of the vision set out in Changing Lives. The strategy describes how individuals and organisations can help realise a vision in which stakeholders know how to find, share and use knowledge to improve outcomes for people who use services. The action is designed to help individuals consider their role in pursuing this vision.
Leaflet for staff working in, from, and with Sure Start Children's Centres, as well as for children's centre leaders, children's centre staff, health visitors, midwives, community nurses, therapists, those in maternity services and other healthcare professionals.
This booklet gives information about diagnosis, treatment and tests. As well as help, support and where to get more information.
Report highlighting the benefits that investment in legal services targeted at young people can bring. These include cutting the numbers of young people not in education, employment or training and reducing the likelihood of young people offending.
Summary of guidelines intended to support good practice in information sharing by making clear when and how information can be shared legally and professionally in order to achieve better outcomes.
Guidelines intended to support good practice in information sharing by making clear when and how information can be shared legally and professionally in order to achieve better outcomes.
Guide for agencies and information providers on how to build and make websites and other e-communication which are user-friendly and accessible for disabled people.
Blank survey asking children and young people 6 questions about where they would find out information about agencies who can offer assistance when they have concerns for their or another person’s well-being and protection. This resource can be used as a template for other questionnaires.
This Annual Report and Business Plan dovetails with the overarching outcomes as detailed in North Ayrshire’s Integrated Children’s Services Plan (2005-2008) and reviews the performance of the Committee in accordance with the Scottish Executive's performance indicators.
This survey was carried out in May 2005. It asked 3 questions:
1. How should we provide information about who can help with matters of child well being or protection?
2. Who would you talk to about a child whose well being or protection you were concerned about?
3. If written information was provided how would you like to get it? The document provides results, and compares paper and e-survey responses.