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Getting It Right for Every Child: messages from research - Prof. Jane Aldgate

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Glasgow School of Social Work
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2007

Professor Jane Aldgate OBE (The Open University). Getting it right for every child is an integrated system of getting the right help to children at the right time in their lives through agencies working together to provide a coherent, evidence based system of assessment, planning and recording. It aims to cut down bureaucracy and help children get the service they need when they need it. It is founded on understanding how children develop to reach their full potential and the fundamental value of children's and families' participation in assessment and planning. Glasgow School of Social Work Research Seminar Series: 11th November 2007.

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