Digital copy of Framework for the Assessment of Children in Need and their Families. Issued by the Department of Health, the Department for Education and Employment and the Home Office.

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March 1st 2000 - March 31st 2000

Scope and Content

Provides a framework for analysing, understanding and recording what children and young people within their families and the wider context of the community in which they live, in order to help establish whether a child is in need or is suffering or likely to suffer harm, and any subsequent course of action to be taken.


Aldgate, Jane
Bateman, Sarah
Bentovim, Arnon
Brown, Jim
Bullock, Roger
Clark, Bruce
Cleaver, Hedy
Corbett, Jonathan
Corrigan, Chris
Cox, Tony
Dutt, Ratna
Farr, Amanda
Gray, Jenny
Gross, Ann
Harrison, Gillian
Hart, Steve
Hendry, Enid
Hill, David
Horwath, Jan
Hutton, John
Jeffery, Tom
Jezzard, Robert, Dr
Johnston, David
Jones, David, Dr
Jones, Helen
Lewis, Dorothy
Lynch, Margaret
McLaughlin, Hugh
McNamara, Katrina
Oppenheim, Jeremy
Parker, Roy
Pedley, Jill
Phillips, Melanie
Remsbery, Neil
Richardson, Nigel
Roberts, David
Rose, Wendy
Ruddick, Jennifer
Sibley, Kim
Simpkins, David
Sinclair, Ruth
Smith, Peter
Tharpe, Dawn
Thoburn, June
Treml, Gail
Walker, Steve
Webb, Andrew
Wulff-Cochrane, Elizabeth
Area Child Protection Committee
Central Council for the Education and Training of Social Workers
Children's Services, Cheshire County Council
Department of Health
Department for Education and Employment
Devon Social Services Department
Family Rights Group
Home Office
Local Government Association
London Borough of Havering Social Services Department
Milton Keynes County Council
National Children's Bureau
National Council for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children
National Family and Parenting Institute
National Health Service
National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children
Nottinghamshire Social Services Department
Open University
ParentLine Plus
Research Experiences for Undergraduates
Royal Holloway College
Social and Housing Services, North Lincolnshire Council
Social Services, London Borough of Hackney
The Stationery Office
University of East Anglia
University of Sheffield
Wigan Social Services Department
Youth Justice Board for England and Wales


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