1.1 Explain why working in partnership with others is important for children and young people
Partnership is driven by a desire for collaborative advantage and can offer many positive outcomes, like benefits for staff and services such as less replication between different service providers. It helps them see others point of view and it keeps them from being selfish, it helps young people interact with others to achieve a goal, and it helps them develop socially. It’s important to work in partnership with others so that all agencies can share information and concerns about children and young people in their care, it also helps to keep the children safe and away from harm.
1.2 Identify who relevant partners would be in own work setting. -social services
- speech therapist
1.3 Define the characteristics of effective partnership working.
Partnership can be formed between a number of organisations, Agencies or individuals with a shared interest. Most partnerships have a common reason for working together. They are often formed to target specific short- or long term issues. The characteristics of effective partnership working are as follows, Involve agencies working together for mutual benefit
Have an aim that is agreed and understood by all the partners Put the child and their family at the centre of the partnership Have clear, effective leadership.
A practitioner needs to be
* Clear about his/her role
* Aware of the roles of other professionals
* Confident about his/her own standards
* Respectful of the standards and targets that apply to other services * Respectful of contribution of others working with children, young people and families
1.4 Identify barriers to partnership working.
* Incorrect information being supplied
* Incorrect knowledge being contributed
* Unwelcoming environment...
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