Aberdeen City – Multi Agency Guidance (Self harm + At risk of suicide)

The Scottish Government is committed to creating a more successful Scotland with a thriving society that offers everyone the opportunity to reach their full potential. safeguarding children and young people, promoting their welfare and their emotional and mental wellbeing is a key part of that commitment and priority for Community Planning Partners across Grampian. The multi-agency guidance…

GIRFEC Aberdeen Operational Guidance 2016

We are committed to improving the outcomes of all Aberdeen’s children and young people, in particular, those who are most vulnerable. The Integrated Children’s Service’s Board promote the use of the GIRFEC approach to enable us to collectively achieve our vision for children and young people across Aberdeen city. All agencies have agreed to follow…

PRIORITY FAMILIES – a short guide

A new Community Planning Service called Priority Families has been launched. The service targets families who are affected by multiple issues, including anti-social behaviour, school issues and child wellbeing concerns. Intensive support is offered for up to 12 months both in the family home and the community to improve life outcomes. For more information click…

Multi-agency meetings

This guidance has been developed to support those chairing meetings in their role as Named Person or Lead Professional. It is hoped that familiarisation with this guidance will build confidence in how best to maximise the contribution of partners in a multi-agency meeting and promote effective multi-agency working.   https://www.abernet.org/inclusion/wp-content/uploads/sites/15/2017/02/multi-agency-A5-bklet.pdf