Families First Assessments – Partners Case Quality Assurance and Key Learning 2019/2020 Qtr1
This is a briefing to share with partners the findings and key learning from a recently completed quality audit of a sample of 20 open FFA cases where the keyworker is a partner agency. The 20 cases were randomly selected from a list of cases registered for a Families First Assessment between September 2018 and March 2019.
The purpose of the audit was to:
- Assess the effectiveness of the help being provided to children and families through FFAs
- Assess the quality of practice in line with Families First pathways, including how effectively or not, the FF Practice Standards and guidance is used in our work to support children and families, and how we effectively evidence the impact of interventions in improving outcomes for children and families as part of our continuous improvement cycle to improve the quality of practice and effectively evidence the impact of interventions through our work.
- Identify areas of good practice and lessons to be learnt, and areas for further development.
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