- / Procedures
- / MASH
- / Gathering information
- / Recording information
- / Children's Recording System (CRS)
Children's Recording System (CRS)
What should a recording system be?
recording systems for child and family social work should meet the critical need to maintain a systemic and family narrative, which describes all the events associated with the interaction between a social worker, other professionals and the child and their family;
ICT systems for child and family social work should be able to adapt with relative ease to changes in local child protection system needs, operational structures and data performance requirements; and
the analysis of requirements for ICT-based systems for child and family social work should primarily be based on a human-centred analysis of what is required by frontline workers; any clashes between the functional requirements that have been identified by this process and those associated with management information reporting should normally be resolved in terms of the former.
|PROCESS||CRS DOCUMENT LINK||PROCEDURES LINK|
|e.g. Creating a Chronology|
- Child protection
- Youth Offending
- Children with Disabilities