level 5 diploma in leadership for the children and young peoples work force Unit 139

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Introduction This assignment will show what services are available in early year’s settings and for young people to support positive development. It will show what assessments we carry out within my setting and I will also critically analyse agencies that are available for referrals, transitions and safeguarding for children and young people. Explain different theorist and frameworks of child and young person development. Cross reference Unit 136, Page 7 (unit 136 1.1.2) Explain the potential impact has on service provision of different theories and approaches. Cross reference unit 136, page 7 (unit 136 1.1.2) Outcome based services available for children and young people Health visitor Health Visitors are specialists…show more content…
-liaising and working with parents -securing training for workers -liaising with outside agencies with respect to a child's special educational needs (SEN) such as speech Therapist, physiotherapist..etc. -ensuring a smooth onward transition and planning for moving on to school. As long as Information is recorded and shared with other professionals to help children and young people to get the help and support they require this is great but if information is not then the children will suffer. Disclosure and Barring Service The Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS) was established under the Protection of Freedoms Act 2012 and merges the functions previously carried out by the Criminal Records Bureau (CRB) and Independent Safeguarding Authority (ISA).It was previously called Criminal Records Bureau (CRB) checks for those providers who register with Ofsted. Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is to help employers in England and Wales make safer recruitment decisions and prevent unsuitable people from working with vulnerable children and young people. It was highly publicized when child murder and abuse cases such as the murder of two pupils, Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman by a school caretaker that led to the establishment and development of the Criminal Records Bureau (CRB). In March 2012, figures from the CRB revealed the checks had prevented more than 130,000 unsuitable
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