Publication - Research and analysis

Developing an Outcomes Model for Disabled Children in Scotland

Published: 18 Sep 2013
Part of:
Health and social care
ISBN:
9781782569084

This project focused on better understanding ‘outcome models’ for all children and young people and for children and young people in the diverse and challenging context of disability.

Developing an Outcomes Model for Disabled Children in Scotland
References

References

Section 2

Stalker, K. and Moscardini, L. (2012) A critical review and analysis of current research and policy relating to disabled children and young people in Scotland: A report to Scotland's Commissioner for Children and Young People. Edinburgh: Scotland's Commissioner for Children and Young People.

Scottish Government (2011a) Strategic Review of Learning Provision for Children and Young People with Complex Additional Support Needs: Interim Report-The Doran Review. Edinburgh: The Scottish Government.

Scottish Government (2012a) The Right Help at the Right Time in the Right Place. Strategic Review of Learning Provision for Children and Young People with Complex Additional Support Needs. (The Doran Report) Edinburgh: The Scottish Government.

Sloper, P., Rabiee, P., and Beresford, B., (2007) Outcomes for Disabled Children, Research Works, 2007-02, York: University of York, Social Policy Research Unit.

Stalker, K, Lister, P.G., Lerpiniere, J., and MacArthur, K., (2010) Child Protection and the Needs and Rights of Disabled Children and Young People: A Scoping Study. Glasgow: University of Strathclyde.

for Scotland's Disabled Children (2010) Setting the Scene...for Scotland's Disabled Children: …initial findings of a Scotland-wide study of services for disabled children. Edinburgh: fSDC Liaison Project. and

Scottish Government (2011) Report of the National Review of Services for Disabled Children. Edinburgh: The Scottish Government.

Section 3

Miller, Emma (2011) Measuring Personal Outcomes: Challenges and Strategies. Glasgow: IRISS.

Cook, A. and Miller, E. (2012) Personal Outcomes Approach: Talking Points. Edinburgh: Joint Improvement Team.

Cook, A. and Miller, E. (2012) Personal Outcomes Approach: Talking Points: Briefing. Edinburgh: Joint Improvement Team.

CCPS (2010) An Outcomes Approach in Social Care and Support: an overview of current frameworks and tools: A briefing from CCPS, HSEU and VSSSWU. CCPS: Edinburgh. (Community Care Providers Scotland, Housing Support Enabling Unit, Voluntary Sector Social Services Workforce Unit).

Section 4

Stalker and Moscardini (2012) op.cit.

Scottish Government (2011) Report of the National Review of Services for Disabled Children. Edinburgh: The Scottish Government.

Scottish Government (2012) National Review of Services for Disabled Children - Progress Report. Edinburgh: The Scottish Government.

Scottish Government (2013) Additional Support for Learning and Young Carers: Report to Parliament. Edinburgh: The Scottish Government.

Stalker et al (2010) op.cit.

Scottish Government (2012) A Guide to Getting it Right. Edinburgh: The Scottish Government.

Scottish Government (2010a) GIRFEC Practice Briefing 1: The Role of the Named Person. Edinburgh: The Scottish Government.

Scottish Government (2010b) GIRFEC Practice Briefing 2: The Role of the Lead Professional. Edinburgh: The Scottish Government.

Scottish Government (2010c) GIRFEC Practice Briefing 3: Using the National Practice Model I: Identifying Concerns and Using the Well-Being Indicators. Edinburgh: The Scottish Government.

Scottish Government (2010d) GIRFEC Practice Briefing 4: Using the National Practice Model II: Gathering Information with the My World Triangle. Edinburgh: The Scottish Government.

Scottish Government (2010e) GIRFEC Practice Briefing 5: Using the National Practice Model III: Analysing Information Using the Resilience Matrix. Edinburgh: The Scottish Government.

Scottish Government (2009) Changing Professional Practice and Culture to Get it Right for Every Child: An Evaluation Overview of the development and Early Implementation Phases of GIRFEC in Highland: 2006-2009. Edinburgh: The Scottish Government.

Section 5

CCPS (2010) op.cit.

IRISS (2012) Leading for Outcomes: Children and Young People. Glasgow: IRISS/Barnardo's Scotland.


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