If you are considering implementing a singleassessmentcover, you are not alone. Over half of those who are leading its implementation in their local area thought it fit in well with AF. However, there are still a number of concerns that you need to consider before taking the plunge. Thankfully, there are several resources to help you along the way. Read on to learn more about these and other useful singleassessmentcover resources.
The Single Assessment process requires collaboration from all agencies involved in the child’s life. Contributions may be direct or indirect. Schools, midwives and staff from 0-19 Health Child Service are invited to make direct written contributions, and update their contributions at review points. Contributors are sent a standardised template through secure email. If differences of opinion arise, these should be resolved as quickly as possible, and local arrangements should be put in place to ensure that the process is smooth and streamlined.