Service Specifications and Care Model Summary
Our ways of working together with care partners focus on improved practice, partnerships, and outcomes. The service specifications and Care Model Summary documents are child-centric and aligned to this vision.
Image text description - Service Specifications & Care Model Summary
The infographic shows contract documents for Partnered Care.
Image of a circle split into three quadrants
First quadrant. Text: Care Model Summary - mutually agreed care response
Second quadrant. Text: Service Specifications - roles and responsibilities for care partners and Oranga Tamariki
Third quadrant. Text: Outcome Agreement - Contract which includes funding
Child-centric agreements give us a clear, shared understanding of partners' care models, our respective roles and responsibilities, and how we work together in partnership.
The service specifications and Care Model Summary directly acknowledge the importance of care partners and Oranga Tamariki working together as genuine partners, pooling our knowledge and expertise to best meet the needs of children or tamariki and whānau or families.
Purpose of the documents
We want to enable flexibility for care partners and Oranga Tamariki to focus on responding to a child or young person’s needs, strengths, and aspirations. The service specifications outline what our respective roles, responsibilities and requirements are, but do not specify how these are to be carried out.
The Shared Care Service Specification used from 1 July 2021 have replaced these specifications:
- Alcohol and Other Drugs Residential Programme (YJ)
- Bespoke Care
- Residential component of Supervision with Activity (YJ)
- Shared Care
- Shared Care with Detention Provision (YJ)
- Teaching Family Model in NZ
- Treatment Foster Care Oregon
- Youth Service Strategy
- Wraparound intensive individualised support service (where exclusively used for children or tamariki in care)
Care Model Summary
The Care Model Summary template confirms details about the care response that care partners are providing. It is individual to each model of care provided by each organisation and forms part of the Outcome Agreement (along with the service specifications).
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Published: August 15, 2022