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CaFHS Consultation Summary Report

Further to the consultations undertaken by the Child and Family Health Service in relation to its proposed enhanced service delivery framework, a Consultation Summary Report (‘the Report’) had been developed and is now available.

CaFHS acknowledge and sincerely thank all contributors who have taken the time to consider the discussion papers and to share their valuable thoughts, insights, concerns and overall constructive feedback.

CaFHS Proposed Model of Care

Following the circulation of the Consultation Summary Report, which summarised the main feedback themes, work has been progressing developing the proposed Model of Care which includes a focus on:

  • an Access and Flow Unit – to ensure all families receive the service best able to meet their needs
  • a Universal Service - available to all families of newborn infants in South Australia;
  • a Targeted and Sustained Service - for families experiencing vulnerability and adversity; and
  • a Statutory Care Service - for children under Guardianship orders.

A paper has been developed detailing the proposal and CaFHS are now seeking feedback on it using three questions included in the paper. The consultation period runs from Monday 7 August 2017 to Friday 15 September 2017.

The CaFHS Proposed Model of Care Paper can be accessed via the following links:

The consultation questions can be found at: http://www.surveymonkey.com/r/CaFHSModelofCare.

There are three ways to provide feedback:

  1. Use the Survey Monkey link given above
  2. Email your feedback to: CaFHSfeedback@sa.gov.au
  3. Post your feedback to:
    Proposed Service Model – feedback
    Child and Family Health Service
    295 South Terrace
    ADELAIDE  SA  5000


Annual Reports

The activities of the Child and Youth Health web site are recognised in the annual reports of the Women's and Children's Health Network (WCHN).

These reports are located on the Women's and Children's Health Network web site. http://www.wchn.sa.gov.au/Content.aspx?p=476

 

The documents are in PDF format. To open them you need the free Adobe Reader.

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